F1Minute rounds up all the days Formula 1 news and information and distills it into just 60 seconds of content. Bringing you the facts, figures and quotes for each story, F1Minute tells you all you need to know, without taking too much out of your day.
If you've ever spent hours trawling through headlines trying to figure out the bottom line of the F1 news, then look no further than F1Minute to keep you abreast of all the important developments at the pinnacle of motorsport.
Who is behind F1Minute?
Christine Blachford - Producer
Author and show anchor Christine became an avid follower of Formula 1 after getting a taste of the action way back in 2003. Today you'll find Christine putting her experience to good use today as writer and producer of F1Minute.
Low-cost, on-demand distribution changed the way Christine consumed media, on average she now watches and listens to a massive 50 independent broadcasts a week. Creating her own show based on similar principles was the next logical step.
Recent reports from Christine Blachford:
- Pole position trophy to be introduced in 2014
- Force India complete 2014 line-up with Sergio Pérez
- FIA put cost-caps back on the Formula One agenda
Mr. C - Editor
Building on multiple years experience working in media, Mr C's responsibilities for F1Minute cover anything and everything relating to moving pictures. This includes bringing 60 second Formula 1 news to life by augmenting audio shows with supporting video footage.
2010 saw a short run of Formula 1 video transmissions and with much more planned for 2012, watch this space.
Recent reports from Mr C:
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A short history of nearly everything
- F1Minute, a 60 second audio show providing access to all the F1 latest news, makes its internet debut
- Building on the success of the show, F1Minute experiments with free site widgets and applications, and works with key partners to provide custom content for their websites
- A live recording of the show is broadcast for the first time
- Episodes of F1Minute are recorded and published from a field outside of Silverstone during the British Grand Prix weekend
- In a special 12 hour radio marathon, F1Minute is broadcast live every hour on the hour
- A popular section of the site is spun off onto it's own domain - F1 Big Picture makes a break for freedom and strikes out on its own.
- As part of an effort to focus more on key news stories, the regular column Tweets of the Week is migrated elsewhere.
- A limited run of F1Minute video shows are produced, and receive a positive reception
- The website f1minute.com sees its first major overhaul. Load times are reduced, reliability improved and navigation simplified
- As part of a rebranding exercise, a new logo, icon and masthead are unveiled
- The F1Minute app debuts on the iPhone and iPad