Football: Israeli pay-television broadcaster Charlton acquired the rights for Euro 2012 in a deal with Uefa. Charlton acquired pay-television and free-to-air rights and will ensure live coverage of a minimum of 19 of the 31 matches on free-to-air television. Charlton will also broadcast magazine and highlights programmes on its pay-television channels. Charlton will offer internet and mobile coverage on a live and on-demand basis. The agreement was brokered by Mediator Servicing, an independent subsidiary of the European Broadcasting Union that acts as Uefa’s exclusive agent for marketing Euro 2012 media rights in Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, Hungary, Israel, Kazakhstan, Portugal and Slovakia.