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365 Media Group

365 Media Group is sports media company employing over 100 people in Leeds, England[1] and Cape Town, South Africa.

Between 2001 and October 2006, the company was known as ukbetting plc and grew through the acquisition of a number of businesses including: ukbetting.com Ltd, PA Sporting Life Ltd, the UK assets of the Sportal and Sports.com, TEAMtalk Media Group plc and Rivals Digital Media Ltd.[2]

In January 2007, 365 Media Group was itself acquired by British Sky Broadcasting and the company now operates as a division of Sky Sports.[3] Later that year, in June 2007, the company's totalbet and ukbetting gaming brands were absorbed into Sky Bet, Sky's own betting brand.[4]

365 Media Group run a network of sports news and content websites, including TEAMtalk, PlanetF1.com, Football365, sportinglife.com and Sportal. The company is also involved in content syndication to other media owners and mobile network operators.

TEAMtalk

TEAMtalk.com is a football website based in Leeds since 2002.

The site grew out of the premium rate football phonelines phenomenon of the 1980s and early 1990s, developing into a website with on a tabloid media style of reporting.

The site has sections for all clubs in the FA Premier League, The Football League and Scottish Premier League, and features Your Say sections which allow the users of the site to comment on the football stories of the day.[5]

External links

  • Official site
  • TEAMtalk official site

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