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Eurovision 2017: Contest might be one week earlier, host city known on August 1st

Ukrainian broadcaster NTU has provided more details about their preparations for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. The host city will be selected by August 1st, and the contest might take place one week earlier than previously communicated.

Poland: “Regional qualifying rounds for 2017”

Polish broadcaster TVP will use a new system to pick their entry for the Eurovision Song Contest next year. The candidates for a national final will be chosen through several regional qualifying rounds, states the portal Wirtualnemedia.pl.

Eurovision 2016: ‘Love Love Peace Peace’ to be released

The song ‘Love Love Peace Peace’, performed by Måns Zelmerlöw and Petra Mede as interval act in the final of Eurovision 2016, has been received well by the viewing audience. It will now get a studio release in due time, confirmed composer Edward af Sillén.

Aftermath 2016 (14) Ukraine’s crowning glory on string of good results

It is time for the final episode of The Aftermath. And of course, we have a look at Ukraine, the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 and the reactions that followed on Jamala’s victory.

Aftermath 2016 (13) Australia is here to stay at Eurovision

The the Aftermath we look back at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 one more time. Today we focus on our own Australia, that got so close to victory in Stockholm.

Aftermath 2016 (12) Spain once again furious with result

The most angry nation, in recent years, in the Eurovision aftermath is perhaps Spain. Every year, expectations are high amongst the Spanish fans. But almost every year, the final result is a big disappointment.

Eurovision 2017: Contest might be one week earlier, host city known on August 1st

June 24, 2016

Ukrainian broadcaster NTU has provided more details about their preparations for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. The host city will be selected by August 1st, and the contest might take place one week earlier than previously communicated.

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Poland: “Regional qualifying rounds for 2017”

June 22, 2016

Polish broadcaster TVP will use a new system to pick their entry for the Eurovision Song Contest next year. The candidates for a national final will be chosen through several regional qualifying rounds, states the portal Wirtualnemedia.pl.

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Eurovision 2016: ‘Love Love Peace Peace’ to be released

June 11, 2016

The song ‘Love Love Peace Peace’, performed by Måns Zelmerlöw and Petra Mede as interval act in the final of Eurovision 2016, has been received well by the viewing audience. It will now get a studio release in due time, confirmed composer Edward af Sillén.

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Australia: Dami Im performs for the Compassion children in Uganda

June 8, 2016

Just weeks after performing on the world’s stage at Eurovision Song Contest, Dami Im has headed to Uganda to meet her newest Compassion sponsored child. She gave a special concert in Africa.

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Aftermath 2016 (14) Ukraine’s crowning glory on string of good results

June 4, 2016

It is time for the final episode of The Aftermath. And of course, we have a look at Ukraine, the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 and the reactions that followed on Jamala’s victory.

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Posted in Homepage, Stockholm 2016, Ukraine0 Comments

Aftermath 2016 (13) Australia is here to stay at Eurovision

June 3, 2016

The the Aftermath we look back at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 one more time. Today we focus on our own Australia, that got so close to victory in Stockholm.

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Posted in Australia, Homepage, Stockholm 20162 Comments

Aftermath 2016 (12) Spain once again furious with result

June 2, 2016

The most angry nation, in recent years, in the Eurovision aftermath is perhaps Spain. Every year, expectations are high amongst the Spanish fans. But almost every year, the final result is a big disappointment.

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Posted in Homepage, Spain, Stockholm 20163 Comments

The Netherlands: Eurovision winner Corry Brokken dies

June 2, 2016

Dutch artist Corry Brokken has passed away today, at the age of 83. She will always be remembered as a beloved singer and the winner of the 1957 Eurovision Song Contest, with the song ‘Net Als Toen‘.

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Eurovision 2017: NTU and EBU meeting held in Kiev

June 2, 2016

The European Broadcasting Union and the NTU, the Ukrainian national broadcaster, came together in Kiev Wednesday in order to discuss the requirements of hosting the forthcoming 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. A decision about the host city has not been taken yet.

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Justin Timberlake: ‘Australia was represented beautifully’

June 2, 2016

Eurovision 2016 is a couple of weeks behind us, but the performance by Dami Im on behalf of Australia is still getting a lot of praise. Justin Timberlake, who was in Stockholm for the interval act, has told on Australian radio that he thought Dami Im “represented Australia beautifully”.

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Posted in Australia, Homepage, Stockholm 20160 Comments

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