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F1's TV production team rose to the challenges posed last year by the introduction of the halo, making a feature of the device as a background for onboard graphics. Now it's planning a series of overhauls and innovations for its 2019 spectacle.
In an increasingly busy TV marketplace, and with so many platforms competing for people's attention, Formula 1 has to stay ahead of the game. It has to retain its appeal to dedicated fans who want to watch every session and - in those markets where the sport is still accessible free of charge – attract the casual viewer on Sunday afternoons.
The local commentary teams employed by each broadcaster play a large role in explaining the narrative. But they have to work with the world feed, including graphics, which is provided by the F1 organisation.
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