Slate Digital Dash Podcast, a podcast that has covered tech and pop culture for nearly 20 years, is coming to digital platforms soon.
In an announcement, the podcast network said it would be bringing the show to iOS and Android devices as soon as it’s ready, and said it planned to have a digital version of the show available in the near future.
The podcast is a staple of Slate Digital, the company’s flagship podcast platform that has more than 100 podcasts in the iTunes App Store.
Slate Digital has long been known for its podcasts on the topic of tech, and has been producing podcasts on a regular basis.
“We’ve always loved podcasting,” Slate Digital CEO Josh Matson told TechCrunch in a statement.
“We’re thrilled to be able to bring this beloved show to our platforms.
We hope to have the podcast available in time for you to hear it live.”
Slate’s podcast, which has a full cast of guests, has been a favorite among tech news reporters, with hosts like Michaela Klages and Ryan Holiday often sharing insights from the industry, and guests such as Jon Brodkin and Ryan Gallagher sharing their opinions on the current state of tech.
In addition to the podcast, Slate Digital plans to release a documentary series about tech, which Slate says will focus on “the people and companies who are making it happen, and how we can all be part of it.”
Slate Digital says the series will be available in 2018.
In a statement, Slate CEO Matson said the podcast will continue to be a part of the Slate family.
“Our podcasts are essential to our audience, and Slate is always working to make podcasts available on more platforms,” he said.
“This is a great opportunity for us to extend the Slate Digital experience to more people.”
Slash Media, which owns Slate Digital and operates Slate Digital News, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.