1992: Jonny Gould launches Sportsmedia Broadcasting Ltd. as a broadcast news agency providing sports audio content to radio stations, as well as programming for PR companies, sports sponsors, governing bodies and retail chains.
1994: The company starts providing a sports bulletin feed to UK radio stations with the establishment of The Sportsmedia Bulletin Network.
Since 1994: Sportsmedia has covered the Wimbledon Championships.
Since 1995: Sportsmedia has covered Golf's Open Championship.
Since 1996: Sportsmedia has covered every UEFA European Football Championship.
1996: Sportsmedia pioneers an audio website providing sports news and interviews, created in partnership with internet company Datanet Marketing Services and later, the 365 Corporation white labelling content to particular websites.
1996: Sportsmedia Bulletin Network grows to 25 stations
2000-03: Sportsmedia creates online audio content for Sporting Life, Freeserve, Tiscali and RealPlayer, and live broadcasting to Sporting Life and Tote Bookmakers. It also develops a premium rate telephone service and a Voice Activate bulletin service for Virgin Media.
2004: Sportsmedia Bulletin Network grows to 45 stations
2006: Sportsmedia moves to new West London offices, which are officially opened by Sir Geoff Hurst and Kenny Dalglish.
2006: Sportsmedia launches footballaudio.com, the world's first website available internationally, dedicated to football interviews.
2006: Sportsmedia Bulletin Network grows to 65 stations
2008: Sportsmedia signs contract with GCap Media to provide sports and finance news bulletins for the Gold Network for two years.
2009: Sportsmedia Bulletin Network grows to 106 stations and sign up the Jazz FM network to exclusively provide sport and finance bulletins.
2010: Sportsmedia renews two-year deal with the Gold Network.
2011: Sportsmedia Bulletin Network grows to over 160 stations thanks to a large recruitment drive of Community Radio stations. Additionally, Sportsmedia becomes the exclusive provider of sport bulletins to Planet Rock.