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TV rights & host broadcasting

Published: Monday 1 February 2010, 9.43CET
TV rights & host broadcasting
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Published: Monday 1 February 2010, 9.43CET

TV rights & host broadcasting

The coverage of UEFA EURO 2012 will bring the excitement of the tournament into millions of homes throughout the world. Every moment of the action will be conveyed through top-quality live programmes and highlights, on television, internet and via mobile.

High-quality coverage of this spectacular event will also help develop and promote football, and UEFA is making a crucial contribution by producing the standard worldwide signal for the final tournament as part of its host broadcasting operations. Rights-holding broadcasters will have the chance to complement that signal with feeds from other cameras if they so wish.

UEFA wants to maximise the reach of the competition so that as many fans as possible can enjoy watching matches on TV and, therefore, took the strategic decision to give preference to free-to-air stations when awarding broadcasting rights.

This section will contain news and information on rights and broadcasting matters relating to UEFA EURO 2012.

Last updated: 28/01/12 9.42CET

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