A new sports podcast app that lets you listen to live radio and watch streaming video on your Android or iOS device, as well as to podcasts and podcasts episodes on Apple devices, is set to go live on Monday.
The app, called The Sports Book, has been in development for more than a year and was unveiled earlier this year by the company.
The company announced the app on Twitter and the BBC’s website.
“Today is an important day for us to share with you our vision of The Sports Library, our goal of making all our podcasts available to everyone in the world,” co-founder Matt Hirsch told BBC News.
“It’s a new era in podcasting, and we’re excited to be at the forefront of it.”
We have worked incredibly hard to create the best experience for our listeners, but we want to make it easy for them to listen, share and listen to their favourite content.
“The new app will bring all our favourite podcasts to our customers and give them an easy way to find what they want and need to listen to.”
The app will be available for both Android and Apple smartphones and tablets.
It will also include an Android app, a Windows app, and an iOS app.
The first of these is expected to be released sometime in the first half of next year.
The app has been created by The Sports Bible.
The site has already attracted more than one million downloads and is being built on the same technology used by Apple to make the App Store, Apple’s app store.
The new app is not connected to Apple’s existing podcasts, and has been designed to work on the iOS platform.
The team behind the app is comprised of Hirsch, James Fung, Nick Sorensen and Michael Stokley.
The team behind The Sports Books podcast has been working on podcasts for years, but the app was announced as the first to be built from scratch.
It has a more focused focus on the sports podcast industry than previous attempts.
The new podcasting app will allow people to listen and discover sports content on their smartphones and tablet, as they would on any other device.
The podcasts will be stored in the app, but users can listen to them on the web.
The podcasts will also be searchable, so people can find the best episodes they are missing, and the podcast will provide a feed of the latest news, videos and podcasts.
In a blog post, The Sports Scripture said the app will “bring you the sports content you love in a way you’ve never experienced before”.
The app is being developed by TheSportsBible, which is owned by the sports publisher Sports Business Worldwide.
Hirsch said the team was “truly honoured” to be working on a new podcast platform.
“This is a project we have been working for quite some time, and The Sports Bibles podcast has the potential to be the ultimate destination for you, as a listener, for sports content,” he said.
“As we approach launch, we will continue to invest in making The SportsBook the most advanced sports podcast experience on the market.”
The Sports Bible was created to bring together a diverse group of podcast creators, which includes the sports industry’s biggest names, including BBC sports presenter and presenter of the BBC World Service Paul McShane, who is also a co-owner of TheSportsBook.
In addition to the BBC, the team behind both podcasts is working on other platforms, including The Sports Radio Network, the website for which is run by the sport publisher BPI.