We know that Bill Simmons has resumed his podcasts after his departure from ESPN, and we know that he’s tabbed a bunch of “Daily Show” veterans to helm his upcoming HBO talk show. And now we know where his weekly NFL picks, NBA power rankings and tortured “Karate Kid” references will reside: A new website called The Ringer, which will be “the exclusive home to all of Simmons’ written material” and debut “sometime this late spring or early summer,” according to a news release that went out Wednesday.

The release clarified the roles to be assumed by the former Grantland staffers who made the leap with Simmons: Sean Fennessey (editor in chief), Chris Ryan (executive editor), Mallory Rubin (deputy editor) and Juliet Litman (managing editor). It also announced a number of new hires, including former Glamour editor Amanda Dobbins, who will oversee The Ringer’s culture coverage.

As for what that coverage will entail, Capital New York looked at the government trademark filing for the site’s name:

The filings describe the mark as being used for “downloadable podcasts, webcasts and electronic publications in the fields of entertainment, sports, sports and social commentary, pop culture, movies, music, television, technology, electronics, celebrities, current events, news, politics, lifestyle, and topics of general interest.”

In other words, it sounds a lot like Grantland, which ESPN shuttered after Simmons’s departure.

So, Bill Simmons, are you holding any grudges against ESPN for the way your tenure there ended?