WWE and Endeavor Audio are partnering together for a podcast network.
It was announced via the Hollywood Reporter today that WWE and Endeavor Audio have agreed to develop "a podcast network that will feature several series focused on [WWE's] superstar wrestlers." WWE noted that further details, including launch timing and content creative, will be revealed in the coming weeks.
"Storytelling is at WWE's core and we are eager to add the audio genre to our portfolio," WWE Advanced Media executive vice president Jayar Donlan said. "Partnering with Endeavor Audio, an expert in podcasting, will enable us to provide our fans with unique content and reach new audiences across the platform."
"We're always looking to pair dynamic content with the best formats for listeners. Through our new partnership with WWE, we're looking forward to tapping into their iconic event portfolio and talent base to create compelling audio content for their fans," Endeavor Audio senior vice president Moses Soyoola said.
In January, it was announced that WWE was leaving Disney Streaming Services and would be partnering with Endeavor Streaming as their streaming provider for the WWE Network. The updated design for the Network launched last month.
Nikki & Brie Bella's "The Bellas Podcast" is already part of Endeavor Audio.
WWE previously partnered with PodcastOne for a "30 Years of WrestleMania" podcast in 2014.