David Nelson 3 Comments In the latest Motorsport Broadcasting round-up, information of a new film focusing on Sir Jack Brabham, and MotoGP moves towards HDR… The round-up gives a bite sized view of the latest news making the waves, as well as interesting snippets that I have picked up along the way.
In development since , there are two versions of the film: a minute theatrical version out now in Australia, and a minute television version to be released in Speaking to Motorsport.
I was talking to a few of them the other day, we can clearly see a few battles they are missing. An audience of , viewers watched the Singapore Grand Prix on ESPN2, an increase of 20 percent year-on-year, and the largest for the Singapore round on record.
The two parties began roll out at the start of the European season in May following a successful period of testing. Both were showcased to audiences at the International Broadcasting Convention last month.
Electric racing A cumulative television audience of over million viewers watched the Formula E season, according to figures published by the championship. The figure is an increase of 24 percent year-on-year.
As a result, an average of 32 million viewers watched each race in , compared with 28 million viewers for the season, an increase of 14 percent. The reason the cumulative increase is larger is because the season had one more race than 13 compared with 12 , skewing the cumulative metrics.
It is unclear whether the figures Formula E have cited only account for the race broadcast, or whether it includes other media, such as news snippets. Formula E also touted a growth of 61 percent year-on-year in the video space, whilst 72 percent of their followers are under See anything else worth mentioning on the news front?
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