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Bernie Ecclestone not worried by European Court ruling into TV rights and the use of foreign decoders

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elijah

October 06, 2011 11:00 AM
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“As far as we're concerned the most important thing is to get the largest number of viewers possible to watch F1."

Run that past me again Bernie?!!?

“As far as we're concerned the most important thing is to get the largest number of viewers possible to watch F1."

Run that past me again Bernie?!!!!?

“As far as we're concerned the most important thing is to get the largest number of viewers possible to watch F1."

Run that past me again Bernie?!!!!!!!!!!!AAAHHHHH!!!!!!

Caroline - Unregistered

October 06, 2011 11:48 AM

@fish fingers

You don't need a card to watch RTL at 19.2 degrees east, just a 2nd LNB on a Freesat dish, you get lots of other channels too, including Sport1 with shows practice live and free too.

RTL get about 5.5 million F1 viewers
Sky Germany get about 300,000

Probably be similar to the UK ... But I believe FOM have a minimum viewers clause with Sky, so if it's consistently below a set figure it can be pulled and re-sold to another broadcaster ... C4 anyone.

Stuart - Unregistered

October 06, 2011 12:13 PM
Last Edited 927 days ago

"As far as we're concerned the most important thing is to get the largest number of viewers possible to watch F1."
That's such an awesome quote. Maybe I can suggest this one for next time:-

"We're not at all concerned about the money aspect, just as long as everyone has a really good time. Hell, we'll make it free for all"

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