Good news from Greece: The broadcaster NERIT has officially been accepted as active member of the European Broadcasting Union and is therefore eligible to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015.
As previously reported, the participation of Greece was dependent on whether their new broadcaster would be accepted by the General Assembly as an active member of the EBU. In the 2014 contest, an exception was made in order to allow Greece to participate in Copenhagen.
“We’re glad to have Greece joining the 60th Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna. Their dedication to the biggest music event in the world has been impressive throughout the years,” said Jon Ola Sand, Executive Supervisor of the contest.
The exact selection method for the Greek entry hasn’t been announced yet. Stay tuned!
Which Greek artist do you want to see competing in Vienna next year?