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EBU confirms launch of the Eurovision Asia Contest Denmark: Focus on Junior Eurovision: Online voting available prior to the show Junior Eurovision: Portugal returns, 16 countries take part A brief history of Australia at Junior Eurovision EBU: Host broadcaster must allow all contestants to perform live
 

EBU confirms launch of the Eurovision Asia Contest

The EBU has confirmed that there will be a Eurovision Asia Contest. It is the Asia-Pacific version of the most spectacular television entertainment event in the world; the Eurovision Song Contest. The format is currently in development and today saw the launch of the official website EurovisionAsia.tv.

Denmark: Focus on ‘total package’ at national final in Aalborg

Denmark will have a national final of DMGP 2018 on the 10th of February in the city of Aalborg. The show will once again be hosted by Annette Heick og Johannes Nymark, broadcaster DR announced. Some other things will change however.

Junior Eurovision: Online voting available prior to the show

In a brand new change to the voting system of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, audience online voting will be available this year and will initially open from Friday the 24th of November to Sunday the 26th of November, the day of the final in Tbilisi.

Junior Eurovision: Portugal returns, 16 countries take part

After winning the Eurovision Song Contest in May of this year, Portugal will also take part at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in November.

A brief history of Australia at Junior Eurovision

This week Australia announced that they would once again take part at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The 2017-edition will mark the third time that the Land Down Under will be present at the contest. And so will ESCDaily.com!

EBU: Host broadcaster must allow all contestants to perform live

Broadcasters hosting the Eurovision Song Contest are from now on obliged to “ensure that all the contestants are able to perform in person live on stage in the shows”. The EBU has stated this in a new set of rules, sent today to the participating broadcasters.

Serbia: Public televised selection for Lisbon 2018

August 19, 2017

Serbia has chosen a new strategy when it comes to selecting their act for the Eurovision Song Contest. Broadcaster RTS has announced a public anonymous competition for the selection of a composition that will represent Serbia in the most watched world music competition.

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EBU confirms launch of the Eurovision Asia Contest

August 18, 2017

The EBU has confirmed that there will be a Eurovision Asia Contest. It is the Asia-Pacific version of the most spectacular television entertainment event in the world; the Eurovision Song Contest. The format is currently in development and today saw the launch of the official website EurovisionAsia.tv.

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Denmark: Focus on ‘total package’ at national final in Aalborg

August 16, 2017

Denmark will have a national final of DMGP 2018 on the 10th of February in the city of Aalborg. The show will once again be hosted by Annette Heick og Johannes Nymark, broadcaster DR announced. Some other things will change however.

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Junior Eurovision: Online voting available prior to the show

August 10, 2017

In a brand new change to the voting system of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, audience online voting will be available this year and will initially open from Friday the 24th of November to Sunday the 26th of November, the day of the final in Tbilisi.

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Junior Eurovision: Change of venue for the 2017 contest

August 9, 2017

Georgia’s public broadcaster GPB will host the Junior Eurovision Song Contest at the modern 4,000-seat Olympic Palace in Tbilisi. This means there will be a different venue for the contest than previously announced.

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Junior Eurovision: Portugal returns, 16 countries take part

August 8, 2017

After winning the Eurovision Song Contest in May of this year, Portugal will also take part at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in November.

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Australia: Artists who could represent Australia at JESC 2017

August 3, 2017

After the recent announcement that Australia will be participating in the next Junior Eurovision Song Context (to be held in Tbilisi, Georgia), the focus is now on the selection of a young artist to represent the nation. Our Australian team member Joshua Mayne tells you who the main candidates are.

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Portugal: Composers to remain the focus point of Festival da Canção

August 2, 2017

The 2017 Eurovision winner Salvador Sobral will have a role to play in the Portuguese national final. RTP announced in the regulations for the 2018 edition of Festival da Canção that the composers will remain the focus point of the search for the new Portuguese entry. 

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A brief history of Australia at Junior Eurovision

August 1, 2017

This week Australia announced that they would once again take part at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The 2017-edition will mark the third time that the Land Down Under will be present at the contest. And so will ESCDaily.com!

Read the full story

Posted in Junior Eurovision, Homepage, Australia0 Comments

EBU: Host broadcaster must allow all contestants to perform live

July 31, 2017

Broadcasters hosting the Eurovision Song Contest are from now on obliged to “ensure that all the contestants are able to perform in person live on stage in the shows”. The EBU has stated this in a new set of rules, sent today to the participating broadcasters.

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