Formula 1 expands F1 TV to connected TV devices – Broadband TV News

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November 15, 2021 11.52 Europe/London By
Formula 1 added its F1 TV service to connected devices in time for a thrilling Sao Paulo Grand Prix in Brazil.
The streaming service is now available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Google TV set-top boxes. It was already found on Roku devices in a number of territories.
This season an upgrade added access to 20 onboard cameras; live team radios; pit lane channel; live timing; exclusive pre-race shows and an archive of all F1 Grand Prix since 1970.
F1 TV is available in 118 territories, with F1 TV Pro offering live streaming in six languages in 85 territories.
Filed Under: Newsline, TV Edited: 15 November 2021 11:52

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