Providing the live radio streaming and website hosting for one of the UK’s busiest websites, talkSPORT. We ensure valuable live Barclays Premier League radio commentaries can be heard uninterrupted, loud and clear over the internet.
talkSPORT is the UK’s leading sports radio brand and the world’s biggest sports radio station. The broadcaster holds the rights for exclusive football commentaries from the Barclays Premier League, to which it is the global audio partner, as well as other competitions. In addition to its radio services on MW and DAB, talkSPORT makes its commentaries and other broadcasts available to listeners around the world on mobile, tablet and desktop via its talkSPORT Live function.
It also runs the award-winning talkSPORT.com, which attracts huge numbers of visitors to read its daily selection of sports news, opinion and analysis.
Tibus was tasked with providing hosting infrastructure for talkSPORT Live and talkSPORT.com.
The key aspect for both the streaming and web hosting services we built for talkSPORT was to ensure that the valuable content was delivered to listeners and readers around the world quickly, efficiently and with the highest levels of user experience.
To set about doing that we:
The hosting and streaming platforms we’ve put in place ensure the very best user experience for all visitors to talkSPORT.com and listeners to talkSPORT Live. Even at peak times, such as when a big football story breaks, on transfer deadline day or during important matches, the hosting resources are managed and optimised to cope with the demand.
The platform also offers secure rights management to help protect talkSPORT’s assets. This results in a website and broadcasts that deliver the desired results for users, advertising agencies and advertisers themselves.
Overall, Tibus has taken the responsibility for technology management away from talkSPORT, allowing greater focus on their core business of broadcasting and monetising those broadcasts. We’ve helped talkSPORT to significantly grow its audiences both home and abroad.
Matt Davis, Head of Digital