Australia is not only in Eurovision, but also in Melodifestivalen! Tonight, the half-Australian boyband JTR will take part in the fourth semi final in Örebro. Our Sweden-expert Emma Coolen takes a small preview on their chances.
Australian broadcaster SBS will announce who will represent their country this Thursday the 5th of March at 09:00 am in Australia. In Europe it will be still Wednesday, 23:00 CET. SBS CEO Michael Ebeid has confirmed the news.
After the surprising announcement that Australian broadcaster SBS would be given a ‘wildcard’ into this year’s Eurovision Song Contest Final, ESCDaily.com has decided to look a little deeper into who it just may be singing for Australia in Vienna!
Around the world, fans and journalists have reacted on the news that Australia will take part in the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest. ESC Daily collects all the statements and keeps you updated. Big news: The act will be known early March.
The European Broadcasting Union has announced that Australia may also take part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016. If the guest member for the 2015 anniversary edition is to win the contest in Vienna, they will be able to defend their title the next year.
Australia will participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Vienna. The EBU has released this news today. The participation will be a one time event, because of the 60th anniversary of the contest.
Broadcaster SBS in Australia has revealed their plans for the new tv-season coming in 2015. There is a special place once again for the Eurovision Song Contest. And SBS is even hinting the possibility they will actually “join the contest” again.
Fans of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Australia will again be able to see the show on tv. The 2014 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be broadcast on SBS 2 at 19:30 AEDT – meaning that Australian fans will get to see the show [read more…]
Australian broadcaster SBS has not made any specific plans regarding the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 yet. Last year in Copenhagen, the country made a non-official debut when Jessica Mauboy got to perform in the interval act of the second semifinal.
The 2014 Eurovision Song Contest has been the most successful one to date for Australian broadcaster SBS. The contest, which is shown on consecutive nights over the final weekend, achieved a total audience over the entire weekend of 2.7 million.