The EBU wants young artists to evolve from Junior Eurovision to the adult Eurovision Song Contest. This year, Destiny from Malta and Stefania from Greece are living that dream. “We have learned a lot from Junior Eurovision.”
The European Broadcasting Union and France Télévisions have announced that Paris will be the host city of the upcoming edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The contest will take place on Sunday the 19th of December at La Seine Musicale, a concert hall located [read more…]
France has won the 2020 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The winning song was performed by Valentina and is called J’imagine.
This Sunday the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020 takes place in Poland. A unique edition, as there will not be a show where all the artists share the same stage, but all kids will perform in a studio.
The running order for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020 has been announced, after the official opening ceremony on Monday. Debuting country Germany will open the show, and France will close as twelth and final country on Saturday.
The European Broadcasting Union has revealed the participation list for this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest. There are just 13 nations that take part and due to the coronavirus restrictions, the EBU has decided the artists from these countries will perform their songs from a [read more…]
For the first time since their debut back in 2015, Australia will not participate in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Broadcaster SBS have announced that due to the current COVID-19 travel restrictions, Australia will not be able to join.
During Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light it has been announced that the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020 will take place on the 29th of November. It will be held in capital Warsaw.
Polish public broadcaster TVP will host the Junior Eurovision Song Contest again in 2020. The 18th edition of the Contest for talented artists aged 9 to 14 will take place on a yet-to-be-revealed date in a yet-to-be-revealed Host City. TVP is making history by becoming [read more…]
The European Broadcasting Union announced Martin Österdahl as the new Executive Supervisor for the Eurovision Song Contest and Junior Eurovision Song Contest. He takes over from Jon Ola Sand.