TNA President Dixie Carter, Executive Vice President of Creative & Talent Relations John Gaburick and Chief Strategy Officer Eric Sherman all flew to India this recently as they had meetings scheduled with TV partner SONY 6 in regards to the possible sale of the company. They were also discussing the tour of India that was postponed late last year.
Speaking of TNA executives, TNA Chief Financial Officer Dean Broadhead, Skyway Studios CEO Julie Stadler and more recently spoke with the Tennessean regarding TNA’s production studios moving to Skyway. Here are some highlights from the article:
Broadhead on moving TNA’s post-production studios: “”Moving our television production to Skyway Studios provides us the ability to utilize some of the newest technologies, incredible studio space and satellite uplink facilities. This move sets us up nicely for future strategic domestic and international growth.”
Stadler on the move: “‘Impact Wrestling’ is a well-known brand producing and delivering hundreds of hours of original content each year to millions of fans around the world, and we are pleased that they chose to house their operations at our facility.”