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A final look back at #ITVF1 in part two with @LouGoodmanMedia + a look at @DunlopBTCC

Our journey down memory lane continues with former ITV F1 pit lane reporter Louise Goodman (@LouGoodmanMedia). In part one (located here), we looked at Louise’s early career in motor sport. In the second and final part, we chat about her ITV F1…
Our journey down memory lane continues with former ITV F1 pit lane reporter Louise Goodman (@LouGoodmanMedia). In part one (located here), we looked at Louise’s early career in motor sport. I…
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Sky Sports are to broadcast live coverage of the 2017 Race of Champions from Miami, it has been confirmed. The event will be simulcast across the dedicated F1 channel and Sky Sports Mix. Nothing has been confirmed, but I would expect Sky to take the World…
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Jack Nicholls and Allan McNish are to remain with the BBC for the 2017 Formula One season, it has been confirmed. Speaking to Henry Hope-Frost at the AUTOSPORT show, McNish said that he would be continuing his Radio 5 Live commitments in 2017. McNish said…
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.@Channel5_TV to continue @OfficialWRC coverage in 2017

Channel 5 will continue to broadcast highlights of the World Rally Championship this year, it has been confirmed. Scheduling information for the Monte Carlo Rally shows that the channel will broadcast highlights on Monday 23rd January at 19:00, the same…
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With many different take overs and acquisitions recently, it is easy to forget who actually owns what. To my surprise, there was not an easy to view diagram which shows all the different connections. As a result, I thought it was worth putting together a…
With many different take overs and acquisitions recently, it is easy to forget who actually owns what. To my surprise, there was not an easy to view diagram which shows all the different connection…
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Flashback: Looking back at the 1995 Brazilian Grand Prix

To celebrate the fifth anniversary of The F1 Broadcasting Blog, we are looking back at five races from the archive and chewing over them. Being a broadcasting site, we’re not picking these races from a racing standpoint, but instead from a media…
To celebrate the fifth anniversary of The F1 Broadcasting Blog, we are looking back at five races from the archive and chewing over them. Being a broadcasting site, we’re not picking these ra…
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When @therealdcf1 and @McLarenF1 were on top... flashback to the 2000 French GP! #ITVF1

To celebrate the fifth anniversary of The F1 Broadcasting Blog, we are looking back at five races from the archive and chewing over them. Being a broadcasting site, these races are not being analysed from a racing standpoint, but instead from a media…
To celebrate the fifth anniversary of The F1 Broadcasting Blog, we are looking back at five races from the archive and chewing over them. Being a broadcasting site, these races are not being analys…
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Twenty years on, @LouGoodmanMedia reflects on her #ITVF1 debut + early PR career #ASI17

Louise Goodman (@LouGoodmanMedia) has been a familiar figure to motor racing fans for the past twenty years through her ITV F1 commitments and more recently through her British Touring Car Championship role. I sat down with her at the AUTOSPORT show to…
Louise Goodman (@LouGoodmanMedia) has been a familiar figure to motor racing fans for the past twenty years through her ITV F1 commitments and more recently through her British Touring Car Champion…
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In conversation with @SimonLazenbySky: transition to F1, getting advice and more

The F1 Broadcasting Blog kicked off the AUTOSPORT show weekend yesterday by chatting to a familiar face. Simon Lazenby (@SimonLazenbySky) has presented Sky’s Formula 1 coverage since its inception in 2012 having previously anchored their rugby…
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Brundle suffered "small heart attack" following #MonacoGP #ASI17 #SkyF1

Sky’s lead Formula 1 analyst Martin Brundle has revealed that he suffered a “small heart attack” following the 2016 Monaco Grand Prix. Speaking to Toby Moody at the AUTOSPORT Show, Brundle said: “I had a small heart attack running to do the podium in…
Sky’s lead Formula 1 analyst Martin Brundle has revealed that he suffered a “small heart attack” following the 2016 Monaco Grand Prix. Speaking to Toby Moody at the AUTOSPORT Show…
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​Channel 4 and Sky Sports have today confirmed their 2017 Formula One calendar picks. The picks are as follows: 2017 Schedule Details March 27th – Australia (Melbourne) – Sky April 9th – China (Shanghai) – Sky April 16th – Bahrain (Sakhir) – Channel 4 and…
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I can’t promise that 2017 in the motor racing broadcasting world will be as interesting as 2016 has been now that the dust has settled on the next round of Formula 1’s television rights in the United Kingdom. However, there is still enough to intrigue as…
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The F1 Broadcasting Blog was founded in April 2012 and has grown since then. The blog will mainly focus on the broadcasting aspects within Formula 1 as well as the people behind the broadcasting All opinions are my own, and this blog is not affiliated with any broadcaster.
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