Amazon Publishing is set to launch a free league publishing platform in 2017, which will help it expand its digital distribution base.
The company is planning to launch the new platform in April, with more content and content categories planned for the year.
The launch is scheduled for April 3.
Amazon will have its own paid-subscription platform, as well as other offerings such as a video service and subscription to a video platform.
Free League publishing is a new publishing platform for publishers who want to offer their content exclusively through Amazon.
The publisher’s announcement is a bit surprising given Amazon’s recent acquisition of The Publisher, a self-publishing business that focuses primarily on the UK.
Amazon previously said it was considering offering free-to-air sports programming.
Free league publishing is one of the first platforms that Amazon has launched since acquiring The Publisher.
Amazon’s new free league platform will be able to handle video, audio and live events as well.
Amazon has been adding more content categories to its publishing offerings, with new genres, book categories, film genres, game genres, and more recently, sports content.
The new platform will allow publishers to build their audience and expand their audience base.
Free-to.air sports content is growing in popularity, as the sport has grown in popularity in the US.
The sport has been gaining popularity in both Canada and the UK as well, with fans watching more matches and tuning in more often.
The platform will enable publishers to create more content for their audience while still offering the best content for consumers to watch.
The Free League platform will have more than 50 categories, including sports, lifestyle, culture, entertainment, and lifestyle.
It will also include the best sports content from sports websites and content creators in Canada and UK.
For more details on the new publishing, check out Amazon’s blog post.