Ahead of the recommencement of the Formula 1 season in Austria on July 5, Sky Italia has renewed its contract to broadcast the sport for another two years.
The Formula 1 races will be exclusively shown on pay-TV in Germany from the next season: Sky Deutschland has acquired the exclusive broadcast rights in a long-term agreement.
After this year’s season, RTL will end its live transmissions of Formula 1 races, which the German broadcaster has been showing on free-TV since 1991.
Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT Group) has signed a new three-year deal for Formula 1 in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Iceland.
Canal+ has extended its exclusive agreement to broadcast Formula 1 motor racing in 2021 and 2022.
Eleven Sports has extended its rights agreement with Formula 1 in Poland to the end of the 2022 season.
The MBC Group has acquired the rights to the FIA Formula One races. The broadcaster will offer F1 racing free-to-air.
After a one-year break, pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland will show the Formula 1 again in Germany and Austria.
BeIn Sports has said it is not renewing its Formula 1 contract for the Middle East and North Africa rights due to rampant piracy.
Formula 1 has said that its live streaming service F1 TV Pro will be released in eight new territories in 2019, starting with first pre-season test in Barcelona.