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talkSPORT Exclusive PL Radio Rights

talkSPORT launch new website with exclusive Premier League Football radio rights

With 2.5 million weekly listeners and live and exclusive Premier League commentary rights, the UK`s largest commercial sports radio station has even more good news - the launch of talkSPORT.co.uk

The new talkSPORT website will see the arrival of an online platform to match the radio and magazine output that has made talkSPORT the home of great sporting debate.

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These are exciting times at talkSPORT Towers and the newest addition to their digital family will offer up-to-the-minute sports news, all the latest transfer rumours , football results and great competitions.

With a brilliant in-built 'Listen Live` feature and regularly updated podcast and video content chronicling the outrageous goings-on at the nation`s favourite sports radio station, the website will offer unparalleled behind-the-scenes access to life at talkSPORT.

In addition to this, talkSPORT Magazine has archived more than 100 issues so you can enjoy the entire back catalogue of celebrity interviews, Sport IQ babes and hilarious Translator videos.

The website launch also sees the introduction of talkSPORT football predictor game - a free Premier League predictor game that allows you to test your football knowledge head-to-head against the station`s big name presenters and former pros like Alan Brazil, Stan Collymore and Mike Parry. You can even take on your mates in specially created leagues.

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But that`s just the tip of the iceberg because, best of all, talkSPORT will be bringing live and exclusive commentaries of 64 Premier League games throughout the 2010-11 season.

All Saturday evening and Sunday lunchtime games will be available ONLY on talkSPORT live radio, and they will also bring you the very best pre and post match coverage, as well as their fantastic 'Call Collymore` phone-in.






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Date:Monday August 9 2010

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