Your (bi-)weekly dose of Eurovision happenings, featuring a Festivali i Këngës wrap-up, this year in retrospect, and more!
Ukrainian sand artist Kseniya Simonova places third in Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions.
The European Broadcasting Union has fined the Icelandic broadcaster 5,000 Euros.
In this article, we’ll dive deep into the viewing figures from this year’s Eurovision Song Contest held in Tel Aviv, Israel.
It has recently come to light that the stage design from this year’s Eurovision Song Contest has been copied.
Today, we’re going to be having a look at this year’s most successful songs, based on streaming, sales, chart positions and Youtube views.
Today, we begin our new exciting series documenting everything that went wrong in specific years or circumstances. We’re looking at the 2019 contest, which took place in Tel Aviv.
KAN, Israel National Broadcasting, have been awarded the Booster award by the Israeli Marketing Association.
The 2019 Eurovision Song Contest has now been released on Netflix US.
TVE, Spain’s National Broadcaster, has came under scrutiny for the high phone & text rates for calling in to vote at Eurovision.
Victor Crone represented Estonia at this year’s Eurovision with the song ‘Storm’, coming in 20th place with 76 points. He has given ERR his opinion on his result and what he plans for the future.
After Duncan Laurence stormed his way to victory with ‘Arcade’ for The Netherlands, many Dutch cities are willing to host the contest. But which ones and what arena have they submitted? We’re now going to find out. What do the cities need to host the contest? An international airport with flight connections to most European…
Iceland records its largest #Eurovision audience since 2013.