The process of press accreditation has officially opened for the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland.
Accreditation is officially open for the press and media. The process opened yesterday and will remain open until the 25th of October, 2019. All applications will be reviewed by the European Broadcasting Union and approved as of the 1st of November. The process is managed by Accredion, the official Accreditation platform for all Eurovision Events.
The following can apply for accreditation, and no, accreditation is not available to fans:
- Bona fide representatives of media outlets, such as journalists, photographers, camera and sound crews, bloggers and vloggers;
- Bona fide representatives of media outlets which have a broad reach within society on various channels (tv, radio, online and print, international news agencies);
- Representatives of (inter)national fan community outlets.
As the official Junior Eurovision site points out, you should fill your applications in carefully, and allocate yourself to the correct media type and role. Attached below is the accreditation rulebook, important information and the link to apply for accreditation.
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