In an interview with CNN’s Eunice Yoon, Formula 1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone says the decision to not cancel next weekend’s F1 race in Bahrain has nothing to do with the country’s unrest.
Stars including Coleen Rooney and Chelsee Healey will be raising money for their favourite charities as part of the Grand National Charity Bet scheme.
The BBC has made a deal to continue broadcasting the Queen’s Club tennis tournament, the traditional pre-Wimbledon warm-up, for a further five years.
Dempsey Racing has confirmed plans to race in the American Le Mans Series 2012 with a Lola B12/80 LMP2 coupe chassis.
The BBC have announced they will make 24 live HD Olympic streams available to cable and satellite providers for the duration of the event. This means viewers will be able to watch every Olympic sport live for the duration of the summer games through their Television’s rather than the previous idea, to broadcast the streams as online only. It will be the first time viewers have been given the opportunity
A deal with the Australian Football League will see live television coverage of the AFL Premiership in the UK and Republic of Ireland, Canada, and sub-saharan Africa. The deal will run for the next three seasons, including the current season. ESPN will bring viewers in these territories extensive coverage of the league, which attracts the highest in-stadia attendances of all sports leagues in Australia and has the third highest average
Toni Kelly and Karen Feeney have been hired as the new presenters of motorsport on UTV as RPM returns with a special preview of the Circuit of Ireland rally. Toni Kelly is a rally driver from Letterkenny who has competed at international level and runs her own driving school in Donegal. She will be presenting the RPM Motorsport shows on UTV. Toni says, “Presenting RPM is a great way to
Story Update: As reported on ATV Today earlier this week Channel 4 has secured a four-year deal to broadcast the Grand National, the Derby and Royal Ascot from 2013 after taking the sporting events from the BBC. ATV now takes some analysis of the channel hop with Simon Johnson, Consultant, Sport + Media Group at Charles Russell. Story Update: As reported on ATV Today earlier this week Channel 4 has
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Channel 4 has increased its horse racing output with a new deal with the Racecourse Media Group in association with Jockey Club Racecourses, Ascot Racecourse and other independent racecourses. “We are delighted Channel 4 is to become the sole destination for British horseracing after securing such iconic events as Royal Ascot, the John Smith’s Grand National and the Investec Derby. “These will sit alongside our established coverage of The Cheltenham