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F1 set to make return on Sky Deutschland for 2019 season

Formula 1 has announced a two-year deal with broadcasters Sky Deutschland, a pay-per-view platform in Germany and Austria along with German-language rights in Switzerland. Each session from both the 2019 and 2020 world championships will be shown live across satellite, cable, IPTV, web and mobile platforms. Those with Sky Q will be able to watch the action in Ultra HD. However, Germans can still watch F1 on free-to-air TV. RTL will still show Grands Prix on their free-to-air platform. Another deal which highlights the lack of free-to-air coverage in over countries like the UK and Italy. Ian Holmes Director of Media Rights said: "It's great to be working together again with Sky,...
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