Formula One

Brazilian media group Globo and pay-television broadcaster Turner have drawn a line under their legal dispute which had been sparked by the introduction of a controversial media rights measure

Media rights to Formula One are back on the market in Brazil after a long-term deal with the Rio Motorsports business was ended just two months after being announced

Spanish telco Telefónica has renewed its exclusive rights to Formula 1 in Spain for a further three years.

Brazil-based motor sports investment business Rio Motorsports has acquired the exclusive broadcast rights to Formula 1 motor racing for a five-season cycle

Formula One has agreed a deal with YouTube that will allow the Google-owned platform to live stream the Eifel Grand Prix in Germany for free in seven countries in Europe

Spanish telco Telefónica will have to make its premium sports channels available to competitors for three more years after Spain’s competition watchdog extended the requirement until at least 2023.

Gazprom Media-owned Match TV has renewed its Formula 1 broadcast rights in Russia, but has lost exclusivity as the premium version of F1TV, the series’ OTT platform, is set for launch in the country i…

The Covid-19 pandemic and the need to operate Formula 1 races behind closed doors have sped up the motorsport’s transition to remote television production according to F1's head of commercial partnerships, Z…

Austrian commercial broadcaster ServusTV has announced a new three-year deal for Formula 1 media rights, and will sublicense half of the races to the country’s public-service broadcaster ORF.

Spanish telco Telefónica will hold steady its per-year outlay on Formula One rights in its renewal for the 2021-23 cycle, SportBusiness Media understands.

Formula One’s media rights value in Austria has rebounded in the latest deal – with commercial broadcaster ServusTV for the 2021-23 cycle – following sharp declines in the previous two rights cycles.

Liberty Media’s major investment into Formula One’s digital media operations has demonstrated its value during sport’s global lockdown, believes Frank Arthofer, the series’ global head of digital media and licensing.

After several cycles of decline, the value of Formula One rights in Germany has more than doubled in pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland’s exclusive deal for the 2021-24 cycle.

Austrian commercial broadcaster ServusTV and public-service broadcaster ORF will both broadcast coverage of Formula One from 2021 onwards, according to reports in Austria

Pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland has agreed a new multi-year deal for Formula 1 rights in Germany that will see the motor-racing series fully behind a paywall in the country for the first time

Sub-Saharan African pay-television broadcaster SuperSport will broadcast Formula One motor racing until 2022 after agreeing a three-year renewal with the sport’s commercial arm, Formula One Management, S…

The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group will launch its Viaplay services in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the first quarter of 2021, and has already started building its sports portfolio by acquiring…

RMC, the commercial radio station in France, has opted against a renewal of its radio rights to motor racing’s Formula 1.

German commercial broadcaster RTL has said it will refrain from on-site reporting of the opening three races of the 2020 Formula 1 season due to risks presented by the coronavirus

The Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has retained exclusive rights to motor racing’s Formula 1 in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, while also securing the rights in Finland and Iceland in the broadcaster’s lat…

International sports broadcaster Eleven Sports has launched an annual pass in Portugal for Formula 1, ahead of the second season of its coverage of the motor-racing championship

The Formula One motor-racing series has announced that this year’s pre-season tests will receive coverage on its F1 TV Pro over-the-top streaming service.

Sunday’s Formula One United States Grand Prix was watched by an average of 936,000 viewers on TMC, the French free-to-air digital terrestrial channel.

Formula One Management (FOM) has signed a one-race deal to show every session from the Mexico Grand Prix on online streaming platform Twitch

Commercial broadcaster Look TV will broadcast the Formula One motor racing series and France’s top-tier football league Ligue 1, after agreeing a sublicensing deal with pay-television broadcaster Digi S…

Spanish competition regulator the Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y La Competencia (CNMC) has threatened Spanish telco Telefónica with sanctions over alleged overcharging for access to rights for the 2…

Formula One’s commercial managing director Sean Bratches has told the Daily Mail newspaper that the motor racing series’ decline in free-to-air coverage across the globe concerns owners Liberty Media.

The Formula One motor-racing series has teamed up with production company Westbrook Studios on a new broadcast entertainment initiative that will align with grand prix weekends

Sports broadcaster Eleven Sports announced Thursday it will sublicense the Formula One motor racing championship in Poland to pay-television broadcaster Polsat and public-service broadcaster TVP for the…

Sports broadcaster Eleven Sports is set to agree a three-year renewal for rights to the Formula One motor racing championship in Poland, SportBusiness Media understands

Dubai-based media group MBC has agreed a five-season deal for broadcast rights to the Formula One motor-racing championship in the Middle East and North Africa

Online-streaming platform DAZN has extended a rights deal in Asia for the Formula One motor-racing world championship, according to the Grand Prix 24/7 news service

Greek public-service broadcaster ERT and pay-television broadcaster Cosmote have agreed sublicensing deals involving rights to the Champions League, Europa League and Formula One

Netflix's new fly-on-the-wall documentary "Drive to Survive", which takes an inside look at Formula One, will be released on March 8

Formula One Management, the commercial rights-holder of the F1 championship, has agreed a new deal with Sky Deutschland for pay-television rights a year after being unable to do so for the 2018 season

Pay-television broadcaster Eleven Sports may have fallen on hard times in the UK and Ireland, but its opportunistic acquisition strategy has cleared a pathway to success in Portugal's broadcast market

BeIN Sports Mena has confirmed it will not renew its deal for Formula One rights in the region, and made it clear that it will henceforth only partner with rights-holders that take a hard line against…