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!
The participation list for 2015 is not final yet and will remain a question mark for the time being. The EBU remains silent, and does not indicate when more information will be available. ESC Daily tries to fill in the blanks for you: what to [read more…]
Who will take part in the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest? That is what every Eurovision fan wants to know these days. In this editorial we will explain how ESC Daily cover the subscription news and why some countries like Portugal and Bosnia-Herzegovina are not in [read more…]
Eurovision 2014 is achieving one of it’s biggest chart successes from the singles then ever before. ESCDaily will review what is charting well throughout Europe from this year’s Eurovision.
Poland has decided to return to Eurovision Song Contest 2014. For the first time TVP will pick the representative internally. Right now all eyes are on Poland. Who will represent the country?
Everyone charged with a penal offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. It’s one of the basics in the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights. It is one of the reasons that there was a lot of scepsis towards Azerbaijan when [read more…]
[cft format=0] “Azerbaijan is a democracy in its infancy”, my colleague Dennis van Eersel said during last year’s Eurovision. It will indeed take some time before the ex-Soviet state has progressed into a journalistic culture with plenty of room for criticism, opinion and context. Last [read more…]
[cft format=0] Charlotte Perelli won the Eurovision Song Contest 1999, therefore handing Swedish broadcaster SVT the right to produce the first Eurovision Song Contest of the 21st century. Organizers decided to make it the most modern, glamorous and biggest ESC seen so far. A special [read more…]
Eurovision fans like you and me have always been highly convinced that professional juries will always choose quality while televoters choose for rubbish. Roughly that is the prejudice that has led to reintroducing the juries. And for those who wish to state it even more [read more…]