EBU Release Statement Regarding Irregular Voting

At the conclusion of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, the EBU announced some irregularities with the jury voting in the second semi-final. The EBU has now revealed more information on the voting of those juries, and why they were considered irregular. The six juries in question are Azerbaijan, Georgia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania and San Marino.

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EBU launches Eurovision Choir of the Year!

The European Broadcasting Union have just recently launched a new event to be welcomed into the Eurovision family of events. The exciting new program will feature amateur choirs who will compete for the title of Eurovision Choir of the Year, as well as prizes including a record deal for the winning choir. The first Eurovision…

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Eurovision 2017 Updates: Will Kyiv Be Ready?

This week, the Reference Group, who is the governing body for the Eurovision Song Contest have met up in the 2017 host country Kyiv to talk about the upcoming contest. The meetings occur regularly, and are a way to ensure that the planning process is on schedule. Jon Ola Sand, the Executive Supervisor of the…

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