Talk Sport New Frequency

Talk Sport Live Channel ON Astra 2E/2F/2G at 28.2°East And Eutelsat 10A at 10.0°East New TP Frequency Transponder Here 2018
Talksport (styled as talkSPORT), owned by Wireless Group, is a sports radio station and the Global Audio Partner of the Premier League.

Broadcast from London to the United Kingdom, Talksport is the only national radio station broadcasting sporting debates and commentaries 24 hours a day, having dropped 39 hours of non-sports content on 2 April 2012.

Its content includes live coverage of sports, exclusive interviews with the leading names in sport and entertainment, phone-ins and discussion.

Talksport, alongside sister station Talksport 2, is an official broadcaster for several sporting contests.


Talk Sport New Frequency 2018

Talk Sport Live Channel ON Astra 2E/2F/2G at 28.2°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Talk Sport
Satellite :Astra 2E At 28.5°E 
Frequency :10906
Polarization :V
Symbol Rate:22000
Fec:5/6
Beam
EIRP (dBW)
UK
0
A.PID:English
SID Code:0
Quality:DVB-S
Update :: April 01-04-2018

Talk Sport Live Channel ON Eutelsat 10A at 10.0°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Talk Sport
Satellite :Eutelsat 10A at 10.0°E
Frequency :11221
Polarization :V
Symbol Rate:30000
Fec:5/6
Beam
EIRP (dBW)
Wide
42-44
A.PID:English
EncryptionIrdeto
Quality:DVB-S2
QPSK
Update :: April 01-04-2018


History

The station was originally and officially launched as Talk Radio UK on 14 February 1995, with the original Talk Radio Breakfast Show. However the first live broadcast had been Caesar the Geezer's phone-in which aired the previous night. Other presenters on Talk Radio included Jeremy Beadle, Tommy Boyd, Anna Raeburn, Gary Newbon, Terry Christian, and Dale Winton. Also joining the line-up were Caesar the Geezer and Wild Al Kelly, dubbed as shock jocks.[citation needed]

A year later Talk Radio launched a new breakfast show presented by Paul Ross and Carol McGiffin. Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Simon Bates also joined the station along with James Whale, Ian Collins, and Mike Dickin.

Talk Radio made their first foray into the world of sports radio rights bidding, by purchasing the rights to broadcast the Football League from BBC Radio Five Live for the 1997–98 season. In addition, the station broadcast their first FIFA World Cup from France in 1998, with them bringing in the Sky Sports commentary team of Alan Parry and Andy Gray to commentate on the major matches. Dave Roberts covered additional games in France. Talk Radio also acquired up the rights to broadcast Manchester United's matches in the Champions League for the 1998–99 season.
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