United StatesNBCSports (signed a four year deal)Univision Deportes (Spanish un-interrupted)
United Kingdom SkySports F1 ChannelChannel 4 (10 Grand Prixs Live)
Canada RDS (French) & TSN (English)
Australia FoxSports (All Races live on tv & internet)Network Ten (10 Grand Prixs on free to air TV)
New ZealandSkySports (every race live)
GermanySky DeutschlandRTL only qualifying & race, Sport1 highlights
France Canal+ Sport & Canal+
Sweden Viasat Motor
Finland MTV MaxSub (just highlights)
Norway Viasat Motor, Viasat Sport, Viaplay
Spain Movistar F1 TV3, Antenna 3
Middle East BeIN Sports
South AsiaSTAR Sports
Italy Sky Sport F1 Rai 1 (some live races) & Rai 2 (highlights)
African BeIN Sports
Netherlands Sport1 Veronica (Highlights)
RussiaSport 1 Russia 2 (some races live
South Korea SBS Sports
Switzerland SRG SSR
Latin AmericaMediapro Fox Sports 3 (Highlights)
Brazil SporTV Rede Globo
Japan Fuji TV Next
Ireland Setanta Sport & SkySportsF1
Czech RepublicSport 1/Sport 2
Poland Polsat Sport
NBC Sports Network Coverage In United States:
In 2012 NBC has struck a deal with F1 to broadcast the F1 races in United states for next 4 season which means US viewers can catch live action of all grand prix whole season at NBC Network. Most of the races to be shown live on NBCSN channel while a few on NBC News channel (CNBC) because of coverage conflicts.
The dedicated Formula 1 coverage on NBC network will be in english while the spanish viewers can get live coverage on “Univision Deportes” channel. It can cost upto US$720 a year if you want to get full access to NBC Formula 1 coverage for a season.
SkySports F1 & Channel 4 Coverage in United Kingdom:
SkySports has a deal with F1 for the exclusive right to all the formula 1 grand prixs in 2016. They have a dedicated f1 channel called “Skyf1” which coverage every formula 1 race with extensive coverage, buildups, live practice sessions and qualifying. 4 hours live coverage of race day and of course the repeats and highlights.
- BBC lost their 10 grand prix live coverage rights to “Channel 4”
“Channel4” took over the same contract as BBC to broadcast 10 grand prixs on free-to-air channel in United Kingdom. They do have exclusive rights to British Grand Prix and the last Grand Prix of the season.
Formula one is by far the most watched and popular motorsport competition in the world with more than 425 million people tuned in to watch F1 races at some point of 2015 season where Lewis Hamilton came out as champion. TV channels around the world broadcast the races live in different countries and all channels in the world take the live feed produced by FOM (Formula One Management). Several years back the host the host nation of every race will produced the feed which is later distributed to worldwide channels for example British Grand Prix feed was produced by BBC or SkySports but since 2007 F1 management is produced the feed.