Originally Posted by johnnyrotten316
You simply aren't attracting 1 million house holds on youtube. I dont care who you are.
I have some Japanese womens wrestling on my youtube channel, with the top video being watched 193k times. If i can draw that many (without any form of promotion) a professional show with proper advertisement should easily be able to get millions. It's not just american households but worldwide, your location is irrelevant in online streaming.
TNA could turn Xplosion into a proper internet show to "experiment" with, it wont cost them much extra since they are already taping the show anyway. Unfortunately for TNA their YT videos only draw between 15k-50k per video, they would need to do a lot of advertising to crank up the views. I think the average ad rate is about $3000 / million views if you are a partner, so with 10 million views (per show, thats 2.5million people if you split the show in 4 segments) you should have enough to produce a proper wrestling show. It's not going to be a big profit, but it should cover your expenses.