WTCC Races in Macau Set for Extensive TV Coverage
By Community | November 15, 2012
This weekend’s WTCC races will benefit from a record domestic and international TV coverage through fourteen channels in Macau and the Asia Pacific Region.
TDM, ampoule Macau’s terrestrial channel, and Macau Cable TV will broadcast both races live at 11:00 and 12:00 local time respectively. The same live coverage is granted for Mainland China by Guangdong TV and the CSPN Network (Shandong TV, Hubei TV, Xinjiang TV and Jiangxi TV).
Highlights of the races will be shown next week during the “Auto Times” magazine, aired by CCTV 5, China’s national state broadcaster, and in a 30-minute programme produced by TVB in Honk Kong.
The WTCC races will also receive live coverage in twenty-four countries through Asia Pacific Pan-regional broadcasters Eurosport Asia and ESPN Star Sports, and in Japan through Gaora Sports.
Speed Channel in Australia and Sky Sports in New Zealand will broadcast the races on a delay basis, on the week following the event. In the Americas, Speed 2 in USA and Televisa Deportes in Central America will air both races live.
Including Eurosport, that broadcasts in 59 countries and twenty different languages, the WTCC Guia Race of Macau will benefit from an extensive coverage through 93 broadcasters over 180 countries worldwide.