Preparations for Eurovision 2015 have already begun as British songwriting company Light Blue Music announced today that it has set up a sub-division aimed at finding and working with the best talent for next summer.
The twelve possible venues for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest have been revealed. Five of those are in the Austrian capital Vienna. Over the following few days, the Austrian broadcaster will consider each of these venues, and propose the winner to the EBU. Below is an overview [read more…]
Radio and Television presenter Andi Knoll has told the Austrian newspaper Kurier that he is willing to host the contest in Austria next year. He also tells the newspaper that Vienna is the most realistic option to be the host city in 2015.
Austrian broadcaster ORF is aiming to host the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 on the 19th, 21st and 23rd of May next year. They have published these days as their prefered date in their official document that states the requirements to the venue of the contest.
Post Eurovision Depression. What Post Eurovision Depression? The preparations for Eurovision Song Contest are already underway just over a week after Conchita Wurst took victory home to Austria. The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and host broadcaster of Eurovision Song Contest 2015 Österreichischer Rundfunk (ORF) met [read more…]
András Kállay-Saunders announced that he will definitely apply for A Dal 2015. This year, Kállay-Saunders came fifth in the grand final with his hit song Running.
Many Austrian cities are eager to host the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. However, it seems like Vienna is the only city to have enough hotel capacity and suitable venues. But some venues seem to be unavailable on the preliminary dates.
The return of Turkey to the Eurovision Song Contest might take longer than some fans hope for. A spokesperson from the EBU has confirmed to ESC Daily that there is currently no indication that Turkey will come back to the contest in 2015.
The preliminary dates for the Eurovision Song Contest in 2015 have been announced by the European Broadcasting Union. You can block the dates of the 12th of May (semifinal 1), 14th of May (semifinal 2) and the 16th of May (Grand Final) in your personal [read more…]