The Sky/BBC deal ended five years of growth in F1 TV audiences last year. Is this a one-off drop or the start of a damaging trend?
The cost of watching F1 on Sky in the UK will rise to ?é?ú510 per season next month but Sky is planning to offer cut-price on-demand access to the channel.
F1 testing is being shown in 3D for the first time. Is the technology the future of F1 television coverage?
Sky have announced they will show the final pre-season test of 2013 live and in 3D.
A detailed look at how the UK F1 television audience has fallen in 2012 after the BBC/Sky deal moved half the live race broadcasts off free-to-air television.
Viewing figures from the first race weekend of 2012 shows a fall of over a million viewers in the UK.
Ben Edwards will commentate on F1 for the BBC in 2012, according to the presenter.
David Croft and Martin Brundle will share commentary duties during Sky’s Formula 1 coverage in 2012.
The BBC has confirmed which races will be shown free-to-air in the UK in 2012.
Sky has launched a new channel for its Formula 1 coverage in the UK 2012.
A Liberal Democrat MP is seeking an explanation over Sky’s controversial F1 deal.
At ?é?ú61 per race, how many British F1 fans will pay for Sky’s live coverage?
Sky has confirmed its F1 race coverage in 2012 will be free of adverts.
F1 fans in the UK reacted angrily to today’s news that Sky TV will broadcast the full season next year.
The BBC will no longer show every round of the F1 season live from next year.
The Sunday Times has claimed the BBC will drop its Formula 1 coverage after the 2013 season.
Formula One Management confirm F1 will be broadcast in high definition in 2011.
YouTube has signed its first deal to broadcast sport live on the internet. Its contract with the Indian Premier League has surprised media analysts because it allows YouTube to stream live coverage in every country including those where TV deals for the IPL are already in place (apart from the USA). F1 rights holders FOA … Continue reading YouTube starts broadcasting live sport, but will F1 ever get on board?
Hoping to watch the 2010 F1 season in high definition? Afraid you’re set for another disappointment. BBC’s Lee McKenzie has said on Twitter that FOM will not be offering Formula 1 in HD to broadcasters until 2011.
The 2010 Football World Cup will be broadcast in 3D next year by Sony. Up to 25 matches in the 64-game series will be available in 3D. F1, meanwhile, has still not embraced the last generation of broadcasting technology: high definition.