Formula 1

German media group RTL has secured rights to Formula 1, the German 2. Bundesliga and the English Premier League as part of a wide-ranging content sharing agreement with pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland

Live Formula 1 action will remain on public-service television in Austria after ORF agreed terms on a new three-year rights agreement with commercial broadcaster ServusTV

Formula 1 action will return to the schedules of Nova Sport in the Czech Republic and Slovakia next season after the pay-television broadcaster finalised an exclusive deal

South Korean e-commerce company Coupang secured exclusive streaming rights in South Korea to Formula 1 at a fee which shows the motor-racing series still has plenty of room to grow in the market.

F1 TV Pro, the premium version of Formula 1 motor racing's in-house streaming service, is to be made available to customers of Viaplay Group in the Netherlands from next year

Channel 4 has extended its Formula 1 sublicensing agreement with pay-television operator Sky for a further three years, granting the UK free-to-air broadcaster live rights to the British Grand Prix and…

Sky Deutschland has announced it will simulcast live coverage of two Formula One races on its YouTube channel as the pay-television broadcaster seeks to honour its free-to-watch obligations in the absence…

Telecoms operator Telefónica is facing fresh action from Spain’s competition watchdog, the Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia (CNMC), over its sublicensing deal with OTT subscription bro…

Singaporean telecoms operator StarHub will continue to carry pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports’ coverage of the Formula 1 motor racing championship.

The IMG agency has secured Formula One in-ship and in-flight media rights to showcase on its Sport 24 and Sport 24 Extra channels over the next three seasons

Formula 1 has moved to address the lack of a broadcast deal in India by launching the premium version of its in-house streaming service, F1 TV Pro

DAZN has kept hold of Formula 1 rights in one of its core markets, retaining the property in Japan until 2025.

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