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TV viewing figures fell in 2013

Unsurprisingly, Sebastian Vettel's domination of the second half of the 2013 season had an impact on global TV viewing figures which fell by 50m.According to the Wall Street Journal; in total viewing figures fell by '50 million to 450 million' last season, though some countries actually saw a rise in demand.In Germany, Vettel's home country and where he scored his first home Grand Prix win last season, viewing figures were down by 8.7% - the number of viewers watching 'at least 15 non-consecutive minutes of the sport' dropping to 31.3 million. While in Brazil, the sport's biggest single viewing market also suffered as the audience dropped by almost 10% from 85.6 million to 77.2 million.In...
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