Formula 1

Play Sports, the sports broadcaster operated by Belgian telco Telenet, has agreed a two-season extension to its rights to the Formula 1 motor racing championship

Australian free-to-air broadcaster Ten is reported to have agreed a new multi-year rights agreement with pay-television broadcaster Foxtel to show the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix and Australian MotoGP…

UK free-to-air broadcaster Channel 4 has agreed a one-season extension to its Formula 1 sublicensing deal with pay-television broadcaster Sky

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports is finalising a multi-year deal beginning in 2023 for Formula 1 rights across its Asian markets, SportBusiness understands

Telecoms operator China Telecom has acquired streaming rights to the remainder of the 2022 Formula 1 season

Chinese state broadcaster CCTV over the weekend showed its first coverage of this year's Formula 1 season, with local media reporting that a new rights deal is being finalised

A new player looks set to emerge in China's sports media landscape, with giant telco China Telecom in advanced talks to acquire digital rights for Formula 1 motor racing, according to local industry insiders

Canal Plus, the French pay-television broadcaster, registered an average audience of 1.26 million subscribers for live coverage of yesterday’s (Sunday’s) Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix.

Formula One chief executive Stefano Domenicali has said today's drivers must also be great communicators, if the sport is to continue to grow and reach new audiences

Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has renewed its exclusive rights for Formula One motor racing in a multi-year deal starting in 2023

Videoland, the pay-television broadcaster in Taiwan, has secured rights to the Formula One World Championship in an agreement with the Reddentes Sports agency

Greece’s Cosmote TV has renewed rights to the Formula One World Championship in a sublicensing deal with public-service broadcaster ERT covering the 2022 season, which starts on March 18.

Singapore telco StarHub has acquired non-exclusive media rights covering the 2022 Formula One season. StarHub will show all races this season live on its linear channels and streaming platform

French pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus has agreed a content deal with social media platform Snapchat

The controversial end to the 2021 Formula 1 season drew a strong audience in Australia, with 437,000 viewers staying up late to watch Max Verstappen win his first championship by overtaking Sir Lewis Hamilton…

An audience of more than 5 million Dutch viewers watched the exciting finale to the Formula 1 season yesterday (Sunday) in which home favourite Max Verstappen beat Lewis Hamilton to win his first world…

Yath Gangakumaran is to leave his role as director of strategy and business development at Formula 1 to return to UK pay-television broadcaster Sky Sports in the role of commercial director