Originally Posted by LightyKD
There's always YouTube. TNA could strike a deal with Google. Hell, ROH was doing OK before the recent TV deal. I believe that TNA could survive online if they play it smart.
A wrestling company (not just TNA) could make nice money through an internet show. Divide the show into 4 segments of 30 minutes, try to keep the same 1 million viewers, and with some people watching multiple times you could rake in 10 million views per show, that should be enough to finance a wrestling show. However... this only applies when the production cost of your show is reasonable, which is not the case for TNA. Their 'on the road' shows cost $600k, and most likely they are still at $300k-ish right now. Even with 10+ million youtube views thats not going to cover their expenses.
I'd love to see some prowrestling company try to create a professional show for Youtube viewing, its definately possible to become profitable when you attract enough views, but its too late for TNA unless they completely rebuild their roster with people working for $250 an appearance.