[cft format=0] Maltese broadcaster Public Broadcasting Services (PBS) will announce the entries that have made it to phase two of the national selection tomorrow night at 18:00 CET. According to ESCflashmalta.com, earlier tonight on PBS, newsreader and past host of Malta Eurosong Keith Demicoli, announced [read more…]
[cft format=0] PBS, the Maltese national broadcaster, has just announced the exact amount of the entries that has been submitted for Malta and the upcoming Eurosong contest, to be held in 2012. The deadline for submitting entries has ended this evening and a total of [read more…]
[cft format=0] PBS has begun accepting submissions for the upcoming Malta Eurosong competition in Gwardamangia, Malta. The offices of the Public Broadcasting Services has opened for artists, composers and producers to submit their material to PBS. Submissions are being accepted from 9:00 until 12:00 and [read more…]
[cft format=0] Maltese broadcaster PBS has announced the regulations of the Maltese song selection for Eurovision 2012, which therefore confirms their participation in Baku. Escflashmalta.com explains that submissions will be accepted at the main building of PBS on the 20th and the 21st October 2011 [read more…]
27 year old Glen Vella will be representing Malta at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest with his song “One Life” composed by Paul Giordimaina and written by Fleur Balzan. He recieved maximum points from the televoting, and won the jury voting by two points. Below [read more…]
Good evening, welcome to our live report on the semi-final of the Maltese selection for Eurovision 2011. You can tweet your thoughts about the song to us at @escdaily – and they could be featured in our live report!
The Maltese national broadcaster, PBS, announced that they received a total of 141 songs for their Eurovision preselection for 2011! That is a total of 18 songs more than for the contest in Oslo. This number is not the highest number of received songs in [read more…]
Today the Times of Malta have reported that PBS will be open to foreign composers and authors to take part in Maltasong 2011. After several years of limited success in the contest, PBS are set on bringing a high-quality product in 2011 according to PBS’ [read more…]