Ondrej Soukop will compose the Czech song for the Eurovision Song Contest. The Czech Eurovision portal ECZ brings this news today. Soukop will have no influence in the choice of artist.
In this new rubric at ESCDaily, we will take a look at next year’s Eurovision Song Contest. What can we expect from each participating country? In today’s preview we will feature the plans in the Czech Republic.
After being absent from the Eurovision Song Contest the last five years, Czech Republic is making their return to the contest in 2015. The broadcasters has decided to have an internal selection where an expert jury picks their entry. The jury will be offered five [read more…]
[cft format=0] Unsatisfied with the rumours circulating online, internal sources in Čzech TV insist that NO decision about Eurovision 2013 has been made yet. Possible Eurovision participation will be in the hands of the creative team of ČT and thus far only programs screened for [read more…]
[cft format=0] After promising signs, it seems the Czech Republic will not be entering next year’s Eurovision Song Contest after Česká Televize’s programming for 2012 didn’t include Eurovision escportal.cz reports. Yesterday, General Director of Czech Television, Petr Dvorak announced the upcoming changes to CT’s spring [read more…]
[cft format=0] There is still no confirmation for Eurovision 2012 from Česká Televize (CT) yet, the EBU member broadcaster for the Czech Republic. A few days ago, in a chat with CT, the television station confirmed they are finally organising their programming schedule for 2012 [read more…]
[cft format=0] Information coming from the Czech broadcaster Česká Televize suggests that, contrary to recent reports, the country will not be returning to the Eurovision Song Contest next year. Rumours surfaced almost immediately after this year’s contest that the Czech Republic would make a comeback in [read more…]
Czech broadcaster CT won’t be coming back to the Eurovision Song Contest any time soon, according to an article on novinky.cz. In an interview with the online publication, the broadcaster’s Ladislav Stichy said: “Our audience didn’t take too well to the Eurovision… furthermore, the press were also [read more…]