International Sportsworld Communicators

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North One Sports
Type Private (subsidiary of North One Television)
Industry Media
Founded 1982
Founders Bernie Ecclestone
Headquarters London, U.K.
Key people Simon Long, CEO
Products Broadcasting

North One Sports, formally known as International Sportsworld Communicators, is a United Kingdom based company which owns the commercial rights to the World Rally Championship.

History[edit]

ISC logo

Bernie Ecclestone founded ISC in July 1982.[1] In 1996 ISC signed a 14 year agreement with the FIA for the exclusive broadcasting rights for 18 FIA championships. In early 2000 the ISC/FIA agreement was modified to reduce the number of rights packages to two, the World Rally and Regional Rally Championships. In April 2000 Ecclestone sold ISC to a group led by David Richards.[2] In October 2007, North One Television purchased ISC.[3]

In June 2001, Simon Long joined International Sportsworld Communicators as Sales Director before later being promoted to Media Director. In June 2003 Simon was appointed to the position of Managing Director, ISC.[citation needed]. In February 2010 ISC was renamed North One Sports.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ www.ukdata.com Retrieved 20 May 2006
  2. ^ "Richards gets rallying". GrandPrix.com. Inside F1, Inc. 2000-04-17. 
  3. ^ European Commission: Notification by FIA/FOA of agreements relating to the FIA Formula One World Championship Retrieved 20 May 2006
  4. ^ North One Sports: ISC renamed to North One Sports Retrieved 10 March 2010