Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT Group) and Formula 1 have agreed their first media rights partnership in Poland.
Lewis Hamilton’s equalling of Michael Schumacher’s record number of 91 race wins at the F1 Eifel Grand Prix at Nuerburgring secured an online audience of 1.7 million views.
AMC Networks International – Central and Northern Europe (AMCNI CNE) have extended their TV rights agreement to exclusively show the full FIA Formula 1 World Championship until 2023 in Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Viewers across selected European markets will have the opportunity to watch a Formula 1 Grand Prix for free on YouTube, including everything from practice sessions, to qualifying, and all the live race day action from the Nurburgring on October 9-11.
Formula 1 and Match TV have extended their TV rights agreement to exclusively show the full FIA Formula 1 World Championship in Russia until 2023.
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.