TNA Launches Online Video On-Demand Service, Location For Victory Road, Foley
January 29, 2021
— TNA Wrestling has launched a new video on-demand service, which features over 200 hours of content available to online subscribers.
“TNA Video Vault is a ground breaking product for a home video studio, a cornerstone in our commitment to digital distribution, and an incredible destination for fans of pro wrestling,” said TNA Entertainment Chief Marketing Officer Steve Allison. “Every program we’ve ever created for DVD is right here on-demand along with every pay-per-view event we’ve aired since 2004. Limited shelf space at retail has meant limited choices for our fans. TNA Video Vault is a destination with unlimited shelf space and unlimited choices.”
Starting today consumers can access TNA Home Video titles streamed on-demand for only $3.99 per showing or subscribe for unlimited total library access for $7.99 per month. A prepaid total access annual subscription is also available for $49.99 per year.
To view the new website, visit www.TNAVideoVault.com.
— TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mick Foley is featured on the cover of the latest issue of Pro Wrestling Illustrated. The headline reads: “JACKED UP! – Old Pro, New Era for TNA.” You can see the magazine cover at www.PWI-Online.com.
— TNA’s Victory Road pay-per-view on July 19th, 2009 will be held at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. Go to http://sportsentertainmentevents.tk or http://prowrestlingevents.webs.com for info about upcoming wrestling shows worldwide. (Thanks to Devin Cutting)
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