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WWE Network continues to lay the SmackDown with reviewers
If you've already signed up for your free one-week trial of WWE Network, you're well aware of the groundbreaking features that come with the first-ever 24/7 streaming network. If you have yet to sign up, Sports Business Daily's Amie Sheridan offers up even more proof that WWE Network is a must-see for any member of the WWE Universe.
Among the features Sheridan offers praise to is WWE Network's massive — and still growing — video-on-demand library.
"After spending the past week with the WWE Network -- a two-week-old 24/7 veritable ocean of digital video -- I found nothing but highly engaging, non-stop programming and a deep VOD library. Developed by WWE in conjunction with MLBAM, this digital network has the potential to keep fans on the edge of their seats ... well, indefinitely."
Sheridan also details WWE Network's seamless user interface, offering subscribers an enjoyable viewer experience.
"Older video renders like new. Because there is no advertising, scheduled programming is completely uninterrupted, and during my time with the product, there were no technical hiccups. Socially speaking, users can register with their Facebook, Twitter or Google+ account, and each video on the WWE Network includes sharing features. Posting to Facebook and Twitter is simple, and quality thumbnail images are included along with accurate content titles and subtext."
Click here to read Sheridan’s full review. If you haven’t done so already, sign up for WWE Network now to get your free one-week trial and immediately start watching more than 1,500 hours of archival footage!