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Formula 1's in-house TV streaming service stumbled badly when it launched in 2018. As a crucial part of Liberty's vision, it now faces a crunch second season
One of the biggest challenges facing Liberty Media in the 2019 season is proving the worth of its live-streaming TV service - the success of which is critical to Formula 1's future financial numbers.
Announced amid some fanfare last February, F1 TV Pro was not ready for the market and stumbled badly with technical problems. Fans who subscribed were left frustrated and demanding refunds.
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