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F1 opens up digital rights with Movistar+ in new TV deal

Formula 1 has granted Spanish broadcasters Movistar+ increased digital rights and content opportunities as part of its new TV deal which will keep the sport on its pay TV channel until at least the end of the 2020 season. Movistar+ secured the F1 TV rights in 2014 and will continue to broadcast every session, qualifying and race live in Spain for the following three seasons. New digital rights have also been included in the latest deal with F1, with new owners Liberty Media eager to open up its coverage both on TV and on social media to reach a wider audience. Previously no live video content was allowed to be broadcast on digital platforms outside of its TV channel but the new deal is...
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