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Hungary: Jury and televoters will bargain for a winner in A Dal final

Hungary will choose its song for Kiev this Saturday in the Grand Final of A Dal 2017. The preselection show is a never-ending battle between jury and televoters. Steef van Gorkum explains the love-hate relationship between the two.

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Editorial: Australia should have a national final

The Australian entrant for Eurovision 2017 will be decided via an internal selection, and although this system works, could it be improved? Australian journalist Joshua Mayne believes so in his latest guest editorial for ESC Daily.

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Editorial: Different ways to improve the Eurovision voting system

In almost five months time, the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest will be upon us. And as good as the event already is, there are still some slight changes we could make to the competition, writes the Australian journalist Joshua Mayne. 

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Social Media: Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube

A new year, a new Eurovision season, so time for some freshing up. If you want to read all the news, backgrounds, podcasts and video specials by ESCDaily.com, make sure you follow our official Social Media account, and not any copycats.

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End of the Year Special: In Memoriam

Sadly some of the great people die, leaving legacies behind. In this end of year special, we take a look back at those who sadly left us in 2016 from the world of Eurovision.

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Editorial: Six artists who could represent Australia at Eurovision 2017

After it being confirmed that Australia will be competing in Kiev next year, now comes the hard part. SBS has to select one artist to represent the country at Eurovision 2017. Australia has a wealth of broad talent, but Australian journalist Joshua Mayne narrows it down

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Editorial: Four Eurovision 2017 rumours that might be true

So a few weeks ago we at ESCDaily took a first look into this year’s potential Eurovision artists and debunked some popular rumours that had made their way across the continent. Since then speculation and confirmations have been popping up all over the place so we decided to take a better look

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Editorial: Five Rumours That May Be True

September has come and all eyes have now turned to the Ukraine and the 62nd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. Although a decision surrounding the host city is still to be made, that has not stopped artists, management, fans, and media alike from speculating

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ESC Daily editor starts artist management agency

Preparations for Eurovision 2017 have already begun as Northern Irish artist management and promotion agency Cana Management have announced today a sub-division aimed at finding, working and promoting the best upcoming music talent to head to Ukraine next year.

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Editorial: The LeBron James of Eurovision

This summer, Australia’s Sia is enjoying a big hit with her song “Cheap Thrills”, a duet with Jamaican rapper Sean Paul. The song was originally recorded in a solo-version that, without the outro, lasted no longer than three minutes.

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