Formula 1

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports has concluded a three-year deal for exclusive rights to the Formula 1 motor racing championship in 10 territories across the Asia-Pacific region

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
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Unprecedented audiences further solidify historic year of growth for property

Pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports México has agreed a three-season extension to its rights deal with the Formula 1 motor-racing championship.

Formula 1 has reported revenues of $715m (€721m) for the third quarter of 2022, a seven-per-cent increase on the same period in 2021 but a slight decrease compared with the $744m posted in the second q…

Austrian commercial broadcaster ServusTV has agreed a three-year extension to its rights deal with Formula 1 which will see the Red Bull Media-owned company continue to show the motor-racing championship…
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ESPN and Formula 1 have confirmed a three-year rights extension in the United States through 2025, in a deal which will keep all race telecasts on ABC, ESPN, and ESPN2 commercial-free

Formula 1 has teamed up with Telcel and Telmex to make its F1TV Pro streaming service available to subscribers of the Mexican telecoms companies

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…

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

Pan-European pay-television broadcaster Sky has renewed its Formula 1 rights deal in the UK and Ireland, Germany, and Italy, with the expanded agreement granting it greater exclusivity in the latter two…

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

Formula 1 recorded revenues of $744m (€731.6m) during the second quarter of this year as the return of crowds and an uplift in sponsorship and media receipts helped increase its operating income to $65m.

Brazilian commercial broadcaster Bandeirantes has agreed a three-season extension to its Formula 1 rights deal

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
USA

Bullish viewership totals provide further evidence of new event's appeal