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International song competition organised annually by the European Broadcasting Union and featuring participants representing primarily European countries. Wikipedia

  • Annual international song competition, held every year by the Eurovision broadcasting organisation since 1956 , with participants representing primarily European countries. Original song to be performed on live television and radio, then casts votes for the other countries' songs to determine the winner. Wikipedia

  • History of the Eurovision Song Contest

    First held in 1956, originally conceived through a desire to unite European countries through cross-border television broadcasts following World War II, and in doing so to test the capabilities of international broadcast technology. International song competition, from an idea developed by Sergio Pugliese and Marcel Bezençon and originally based on the Italian Sanremo Music Festival. Wikipedia

  • Junior Eurovision Song Contest

    Song competition which has been organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) annually since 2003 and is open exclusively to broadcasters that are members of the EBU. Held in a different European city each year, however the same city can host the contest more than once. Wikipedia

  • Eurovision: Europe Shine a Light

    Live television programme, organised by the European Broadcasting Union and produced by the Dutch broadcasters NPO, NOS and AVROTROS. Planned to be held in Rotterdam, Netherlands, but was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Wikipedia

  • European Broadcasting Union

    Alliance of public service media organisations, established on 12 February 1950. Made up of 115 member organisations in 56 countries, and 34 associate members from a further 21 countries. Wikipedia

  • Eurovision Young Dancers

    Biennial dance competition, organised by the European Broadcasting Union and is broadcast on television throughout Europe. Thirty-seven countries have taken part since the inauguration of the contest in ; including (non-EBU member) and (North American continent). Wikipedia

  • List of entries in the Eurovision Song Contest

    Over 1,500 entries have been submitted into the Eurovision Song Contest since it began in 1956, comprising songs and artists which have represented fifty-two countries. Held annually between members of the Union, with participating broadcasters from different countries submitting songs to the event and casting votes to determine the most popular in the competition. Wikipedia

  • Eurovision Magic Circus Show

    Entertainment show organised by the European Broadcasting Union and host broadcaster Radio Télévision Suisse (RTS), which took place in 2010, 2011 and 2012. Children aged between seven and fourteen representing eight countries within the EBU membership area, performed a variety of circus acts at the Geneva Christmas Circus (Cirque de Noël Genève). Wikipedia

  • OGAE Second Chance Contest

    Visual event which was founded in 1987 and is organised by branches of OGAE, the international fan club of the Eurovision Song Contest. Four nations competed in the first contest which took place in 1987. Wikipedia

  • ABU TV Song Festival

    Annual non-competitive gala showcase of songs, based on the Eurovision Song Contest, and is organised by the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union . Participating countries which have full or additional full ABU membership are invited to submit a song to be performed in front of a live audience. Wikipedia

  • Congratulations: 50 Years of the Eurovision Song Contest

    Television programme organised by the European Broadcasting Union to commemorate the Eurovision Song Contest's fiftieth anniversary and to determine the Contest's most popular entrant of its fifty years. Hosted by Katrina Leskanich and Renārs Kaupers, the event took place at Forum, in Copenhagen on 22 October 2005. Wikipedia

  • List of Eurovision Song Contest winners

    Annual competition organised by member countries of the European Broadcasting Union. One of the longest-running television programmes in the world. Wikipedia

  • Let the Peoples Sing

    International choral competition currently organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU). Offered as a live broadcast to all EBU members. Wikipedia

  • Melodifestivalen

    Annual song competition organised by Swedish public broadcasters Sveriges Television (SVT) and Sveriges Radio (SR). It determines the country's representative for the Eurovision Song Contest, and has been staged almost every year since 1959. Wikipedia

  • List of countries in the Eurovision Song Contest

    Fifty-two countries have participated in the Eurovision Song Contest since it started in 1956. Winners of the contest have come from twenty-seven of those countries. Wikipedia

  • List of Eurovision Song Contest presenters

    This list includes those who have acted as presenters of the Eurovision Song Contest, since the competitions inception in 1956. From 1988, it has been the norm to have two presenters for the contest. Wikipedia

  • Eurovision: Come Together

    One-off television programme, organised and broadcast by the BBC, to determine the most popular song in the 64-year history of the Eurovision Song Contest, as voted for by the British public. Broadcast from Television Centre, London on 16 May 2020, and served as an alternative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, which was cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Wikipedia

  • Television network that is part of the European Broadcasting Union. Set up for the purpose of exchanging TV programmes and, subsequently, TV news footage . Wikipedia

  • Eurovision Song Contest 2020

    Planned to be the 65th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. The contest would have taken place in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, following the country's victory at the with the song "Arcade" by Duncan Laurence. Wikipedia

  • Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019

    The seventeenth edition of the annual Junior Eurovision Song Contest, organised by Telewizja Polska and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU). Held on 24 November 2019, at the Gliwice Arena in Gliwice, Poland, following the country's victory at the contest in Minsk, Belarus, with the song "Anyone I Want to Be", performed by Roksana Węgiel. Wikipedia

  • National selections for the Eurovision Song Contest

    National selections refer to the processes in which the broadcasters of the countries participating in the annual Eurovision Song Contest select the artist and song that will represent them in the contest. The two principal ways for broadcasters to select their entries are open selections (national finals) and closed selections (internal selections). Wikipedia

  • United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest

    The United Kingdom has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 62 times. It first took part in the second contest in 1957 and has entered every year since 1959. Wikipedia

  • Eurovision Dance Contest

    International ballroom dancing competition that was held for the first time in the United Kingdom on Saturday 1 September 2007. Similar in format to the long-running Eurovision Song Contest and was organized by both the Eurovision association and the International DanceSport Federation . Wikipedia

  • Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest

    The Netherlands has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 60 times since making its debut as one of the seven countries at the first contest in. The country has missed only four contests, twice because the dates coincided with Remembrance of the Dead (1985, 1991) and twice because of being relegated due to poor results the previous year (1995 and 2002). Wikipedia

  • Eurovision Song Contest 2019

    The 64th edition of the annual Eurovision Song Contest. It took place in Tel Aviv, Israel, following the country's victory at the 2018 contest with the song "Toy" by Netta. Wikipedia

  • Eurovision Song Contest 2021

    Set to be the 65th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. The contest will be held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, following the country's victory at the with the song "Arcade" by Duncan Laurence. Wikipedia

  • ABU Radio Song Festival

    Biennial song competition, organised by the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union , and is based on the Eurovision Song Contest. Broadcast. Wikipedia

  • Dutch public broadcasting system

    Set of organizations that together take care of public service television and radio broadcasting in the Netherlands. Composed of a foundation called Nederlandse Publieke Omroep , which acts as its governing body, and a number of public broadcasters. Wikipedia

  • Bulgaria in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015

    Bulgaria participated in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015, as the host country, after Italy who had won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014, declined the invitation from the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) to host the contest. The event took place at the Arena Armeec on 21 November 2015. Wikipedia

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  • The Netherlands have participated in the Eurovision Song Contest since its first edition in 1956, and have won five times.Netherlands-Wikipedia
  • SC Olimpiyskiy hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2009, the first and so far the only Eurovision Song Contest arranged in Russia.Moscow-Wikipedia
  • Israel has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest nearly every year since 1973, winning the competition four times and hosting it twice.Israel-Wikipedia
  • At the Eurovision Song Contest Romanian singers achieved third place in 2005 and 2010.Romania-Wikipedia
  • Denmark has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest since 1957 and has won the contest three times, in 1963, 2000 and 2013.Denmark-Wikipedia
  • Their professional relationship eventually turned romantic after Dion's win at the Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin in 1988; she was 20.Celine Dion-Wikipedia
  • From 2017 until 2019, it broadcast the UK selection show for the Eurovision Song Contest, Eurovision: You Decide.BBC Two-Wikipedia
  • Moldova has been participating in the Eurovision Song Contest since 2005.Moldova-Wikipedia
  • Greece participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 35 times after its debut at the 1974 Contest.Greece-Wikipedia
  • Ireland has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest since 1965.Republic of Ireland-Wikipedia
  • Estonia won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2001 with the song "Everybody" performed by Tanel Padar and Dave Benton.Estonia-Wikipedia
  • Since 2004, Belarus has been sending artists to the Eurovision Song Contest.Belarus-Wikipedia
  • Special events such as the Eurovision Song Contest and sporting events sometimes see the schedule moved around.Casualty (TV series)-Wikipedia
  • After that it was used for many other music programmes, live and recorded, including the annual BBC Promenade concerts and the Eurovision Song Contest.Stereophonic sound-Wikipedia
  • In 1992 and in 2013 Malmö was the host of the Eurovision Song Contest.Malmö-Wikipedia
  • Helsinki Arena hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, the first Eurovision Song Contest arranged in Finland, following Lordi's win in 2006.Helsinki-Wikipedia
  • In 2005 Kyiv hosted the 50th annual Eurovision Song Contest and in 2017 the 62nd annual Eurovision Song ContestKyiv-Wikipedia
  • Serbia and Montenegro also participated in the Eurovision Song Contest on two occasions and in Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005 only on one occasion.Serbia and Montenegro-Wikipedia
  • The BBC is also responsible for the broadcast of Glastonbury Festival, Reading Festival and United Kingdom coverage of the Eurovision Song Contest, a show with which the broadcaster has been associated for over 60 years.BBC-Wikipedia
  • The 1986 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest took place in Bergen.Bergen-Wikipedia
  • They include country musician Manu, Eurovision finalists zalagasper, Nika Zorjan, Omar Naber and Raiven.Slovenia-Wikipedia
  • In international competitions, Albania participated in the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2004.Albanians-Wikipedia
  • Oslo has hosted the Eurovision Song Contest twice, in 1996 and 2010.Oslo-Wikipedia
  • S.F.R.Y was the only communist country that took part in the Eurovision Song Contest, starting in 1961, even before some Western nations, with the group Riva winning in 1989.Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia-Wikipedia
  • The Czech Republic first entered the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007.Czechs-Wikipedia
  • Andorra participated regularly in the Eurovision Song Contest between 2004 and 2009, being the only participating country presenting songs in Catalan.Andorra-Wikipedia
  • From 1993 until 2003, the Eurovision Song Contest used various systems of relegation to reconcile the number of countries wishing to participate (approximately 30 at the time) with the number of performances allowed considering time constraints of a live television program.Promotion and relegation-Wikipedia
  • He then added other elements, including telephone voting by the viewing public (which at the time was already in use in shows, such as the Eurovision Song Contest), the drama of backstories, and real-life soap opera unfolding in real time.American Idol-Wikipedia
  • Andersson wrote and submitted the song "Hej, Clown" for Melodifestivalen 1969, the national festival to select the Swedish entry to the Eurovision Song Contest.ABBA-Wikipedia
  • In recent years, the success of Azerbaijani performers such as AySel, Farid Mammadov, Sabina Babayeva, Safura and Elnur Hüseynov in the Eurovision Song Contest has boosted the profile of Baku's music scene, prompting international attention.Baku-Wikipedia

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