Eurovision Song Contest 2019

Eurovision 2019: It’s Tel Aviv!

Eurovision 2019 – It was announced today by the EBU and Jon Ola Sand, the executive supervisor of the contest, that the 2019 edition will be held in Tel Aviv, on May 14th, 16th and 18th!

Switzerland: RSI Opens Online Voting

Switzerland – The first songs of the season are out! While Switzerland will chose internally, the Italian broadcaster RSI opened an online voting for its own propositions. Hear them today!

Latvia: Changes for Supernova

Latvia – The Latvian National broadcaster, LTV, has announced that they will allow younger entrants this year for their selection show Supernova 2019. The minimum age has been lowered to 16. They are also looking for a quality radio hit. 

Denmark: Submission Period is Open for Dansk Melodi Grand Prix!

Denmark – If you fancy representing Denmark at next year’s Eurovision Song Contest, now is your chance. Danish broadcaster, DR, has revealed how you can enter this year’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix which will once more choose Denmark’s act.

Sweden: Melodifestivalen Reveals its First Act

Sweden – Lovers of Valdaro have been handed the golden ticket to Melodifestivalen by Swedish broadcaster SVT after their performance in the final of P4 Nästa.

Eurovision 2019: Will They or Won’t They Host?

Eurovision 2019 – The drama continues in Israel as the clock ticks down today to the EBU securing the €12m financial deposit required from Israeli broadcaster KAN in order to host the Eurovision Song Contest 2019.

Malta: X Factor Judges Confirmed

Malta – TVM, the Maltese broadcaster, has confirmed that the four Maltese X Factor judges will be Ray Mercia, Alexandra Alden, Howard Keith and Ira Losco (Malta 2002, 2016). The winner of X Factor Malta will go on to be Malta’s representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Israel.