Australia will get to take part at the Eurovision Song Contest for the third time in a row in 2017, but a permanent member status in the contest has not been granted yet. Executive Producer Jon Ola Sand has said that Australia received another “one [read more…]
The EBU is always looking for ways to involve new countries in the Eurovision Song Contest. So after the Australian influence of the last three years, other new countries might follow. Last monday, ESCDaily.com covered the news that China wants to be involved in Eurovision [read more…]
Broadcaster Hunan Television has the ambition to be part in the Eurovision Song Contest in the future. ‘If there is any chance for us to be more engaged with ESC, we will take that chance,’ says Jin Lei from the Chinese broadcaster to ESCDaily.com.