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Aftermath 2017 (8): Sweden Aftermath 2017 (7): Not the expected win for Italy Israel: New broadcaster applies for EBU-membership Aftermath 2017 (5): Ilinca and Alex proud of their yodeling top 10 Eurovision 2017: Over 180 million viewers for the contest in Kiev Aftermath 2017 (4): A Hungarian victory with social meaning
 

Aftermath 2017 (8): Sweden “overjoyed” with another top result

And once again, Sweden has booked a clear top 10 result at the Eurovision Song Contest. Therefore, episode 8 of our lookback at the aftermath of the contest in Kiev we talk about Robin Bengtsson and his fifth placed song ‘I can’t go on’.

Aftermath 2017 (7): Not the expected win for Italy

In these weeks, we take a look at the aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. In this episode we talk about Italy, the expected winning country of the contest in Kiev that only got a sixth place with Francesco Gabbani and his song ‘Occidentali’s Karma’.

Israel: New broadcaster applies for EBU-membership

The new state broadcaster in Israel, IBPC, has applied for full EBU-membership. If the EBU accepts their application, there is still hope for Israel to be able to compete in Lisbon, Portugal next year for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.

Aftermath 2017 (5): Ilinca and Alex proud of their yodeling top 10

We take a look at the aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. Today we take a look at Romania, that returned to Eurovision with a 7th place in the grand final with their typical song ‘Yodel It!’.

Eurovision 2017: Over 180 million viewers for the contest in Kiev

The Eurovision Song Contest 2017 was seen by over 180 million viewers. The contest got about 20 million viewers less for several reasons, including the absence of Russia in the contest. The three live shows from Kiev, Ukraine on the 9th, 11th and 13th of May reached around 182 million people across 42 markets.

Aftermath 2017 (4): A Hungarian victory with social meaning

We take a look at the aftermath of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. In this episode we look at the eighth place for Hungary this year with the song ‘Origo’ by Pápai Joci.

Eurovision 2017: ESC Daily covers the aftermath

May 19, 2017

It has been one week since Salvador Sobral took the crown at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, giving Portugal their very first victory in the history of the contest. In the upcoming days, ESC Daily will look at the aftermath of the 2017 contest.

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Australia: Which countries rewarded Isaiah with points?

May 19, 2017

Now that the dust clouds have settled in, it is time to look at how Australia has fared at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. Who voted for us, and what were the differences between the semi final and the grand final?

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Eurovision 2018: What we already know of the next edition in Lisbon

May 18, 2017

The Eurovision Song Contest 2017 is over and we can start looking forward to next year. In 2018, Portugal will host the contest for the first time in history. In this article we take a first look at the facts and expectations for Lisbon 2018.

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Malta: PBS will stick to 100% televoting

May 17, 2017

Malta will maintain the use of 100% televoting in its national final. Broadcaster PBS revealed today that despite the disappointing result of Claudia Faniello, they will make no changes to the selection process.

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Australia: Positive Viewership Statistics From SBS’s 2017 Eurovision Broadcast

May 17, 2017

After the SBS CEO released viewership figures in Australia for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest, Joshua Mayne looks back at Australia’s third Eurovision Song Contest participation.

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Portugal: Massive homecoming welcome for Salvador Sobral

May 16, 2017

A lot of people were waiting at the airport for Portugal’s winner Salvador Sobral as he arrived back from Kiev. Salvador Sobral won the Eurovision Song Contest last Saturday with the song Amar Pelos Dois. It was the first ever victory for Portugal in the contest.

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Australian Delegation: “Big names will take part in a national final”

May 16, 2017

Recently the Head of Delegation for Australia, Paul Clarke, told ESC Daily that the nation has plans for a national final to pick their act for the Eurovision Song Contest. Their main goal is to get the big names in the Australian music industry to take it up against each other.

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Eurovision 2018: Lisbon confirmed as the 2018 host city

May 15, 2017

It has been only a matter of days since Salvador Sobral won for Portugal with a record number of points. RTP, the Portuguese national broadcaster have wasted no time in announcing Lisbon, the Portuguese capital as the 2018 host city.

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Kiev 2017: Anja Nissen just narrowly qualified for final

May 14, 2017

The second Semi-Final was won by Bulgaria with a total of 403 points, also thanks to winning both the jury vote as well as the televote. Remarkably, the difference between number 10 (Denmark) and number 11 (Serbia) was only 3 points.

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Kiev 2017: Australia was a non-qualifier for televoters

May 14, 2017

The first Semi-Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 was won by Portugal with a total of 370 points. Portugal won both the jury vote as well as the televote. Australia only qualified because of a top result with the jury.

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