Source: BloombergWWE Chief Financial Officer George Barrios revealed to Bloomberg in a telephone interview that WWE will announce their new television deal at the end of April or the beginning of May.
While Barrios would only state that the company was in talks with "with multiple parties," Bloomberg reveals that WWE has held talks with AMC, Viacom, Time Warner and FOX. The story noted that a renewal with NBCUniversal is also a possibility.
Of course, Viacom is the parent company of Spike TV, which airs TNA programming. While Viacom does own many channels, if Viacom were to strike a deal with WWE, they would almost certainly be on Spike TV leaving TNA without a home.
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