Today marks the start of something big for bbc.co.uk/sport - but then I would say that, wouldn't I?
Sportsday Live is our rolling sports news service aimed at bringing you the best news and highlights as they happen, as well as providing you with links to read or watch more. We'll also capture the conversation that exists around sport.
The aim? Simple. To provide one place for sports fans to get - at-a-glance - the best of the day's news and views from right across the BBC.
From all that's great right here on the BBC Sport website, to 5live, the World Service, the News Channel, and from Match of the Day to Radio Humberside, we'll take the highlights from what's happening and report them in short, bite-size chunks.
But it won't just be about the BBC. We'll monitor other media, too, because there's a whole host of great journalism and stories out there that you need to know about.
So we'll go and find them and present the best of them in Sportsday Live, giving you the web link to enable you to read more yourself. Because, although we're fiercely proud of what we do at BBC Sport, this service is about helping you find what you want.
We only hope that, when you've finished reading the articles and watching the video we send you to, you come back to us for more. If you do, there will be plenty to keep you ticking over with the BBC, even if it means we send you away again via another link.
And it will be about more than simply bringing you the news. We will have selected highlights and the running conversation around the big moments and talking points from the sportsmen and women, clubs, organisations, journalists, BBC pundits and reporters on Twitter. So if you're not part of the Twittosphere, we'll do the hard work for you.
But if you're one of the millions of the Twitterati (is that a word?), you can follow our list at https://twitter.com/#!/list/BBCSport/the-sport-and-bbc-list
There are more than 300 Tweeters on there. We've tried to pick out the best sports-related ones but we don't think for a moment we've got everyone. If you've got a name, club or organisation we've missed, then share it with us via @shamoonhafez. We'll be adding more as we go.
And we want to know what you think of our new service. We want to provide a single place for you to find your sports news - but that doesn't mean it will be perfect.
So if you've got suggestions about how we can make it better, or if just want to shake an angry metaphorical stick at someone, then leave a comment below, or follow me on Twitter @stuartrowson