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Austria: National Selection Plans Revealed

austria (1)Austria – This year’s host broadcaster, ORF, has revealed its plans for the selection of this year’s Austrian act. The act will qualify directly for the grand final on May 23rd 2015 as the host nation. Four live shows will be broadcast, with dates still to be confirmed. Continue Reading »


Italy: RAI Confirms Sanremo Might Produce Representative

italyItaly – After an internal selection last year, Italian broadcaster RAI has today announced it will revert back to using the Sanremo music festival to select its Eurovision artist. The winner of Sanremo will have the opportunity represent Italy in Vienna in 2015. Continue Reading »


Malta: First List Revealed


Malta – With less than two months to go until the Maltese national final, PBS released a list of 48 songs that made it to the jury’s second round. However, only 20 will participate in the semi-final and 14 in the final! Continue Reading »


F.Y.R. of Macedonia: Line-up Revealed!

F.Y.R.macedonia Macedonia - The Macedonian broadcaster MRT has revealed the name and songtitles of the 20 hopefuls to represent the country in Vienna for the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. Continue Reading »


Eurovision 2015: Latest news

vienna eurovision 2015Eurovision 2015 – It’s been a while because we were busy, but there are many news about the participating countries for the upcoming edition of our beloved contest: find out what they are concerning Croatia, Serbia or Albania! Continue Reading »


Sweden: Changes to Melodifestivalen Announced

swedenSweden – Swedish broadcaster SVT has today announced changes to their infamous Melodifestivalen national final selection procedure. There will be less songs in each heat, but more will have a ‘second chance’ to go to the final… Continue Reading »


Ukraine: No Appearance in 2015

ukraineUkraine – Very sad news today as Ukraine announced that it will not be entering Eurovision this year. NTU, the state broadcaster made the surprise announcement, explaining it was due to the unstable financial and political situation, and military aggression. Continue Reading »


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