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Today marks final day for Broadcasters to apply for Eurovision 2023 participation

Today marks the final day for any broadcaster with an active membership in the European Broadcasting Union to apply for participation in Eurovision 2023. After this, no additional broadcaster will be able to participate in the contest that did not originally apply – but broadcasters who submitted an application can still withdraw prior to October 11th without financial penalty. Any …

David Charlin will represent Kazakhstan at Junior Eurovision 2022

Kazkhstan has chosen! During the talent show Baqytty Bala last night, it was announced that David Charlin will represent Kazakhstan at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Yerevan, Armenia on 11 December. Charlin competed in this talent show with 21 other competitors from 8 different countries, among which 2019 Spanish JESC representative Melani Garcia. Check out his performance on …

Junior Eurovision: Kazakhstan National Final Ends in a Tie, Singers Will Team up for Paris Duet

Another country has crowned its champion(s)! Kazakhstan’s national final for Junior Eurovision 2021 was held today by national broadcaster Khabar TV. The winner, determined through a combined score of jury and televote points is … Khazmin Alinur Azamatovich with ‘Ertegi alemi’ or ‘World of Fairytales’. 9 – Alinur – Ertegi alemi (The world of fairytales) Kazakhstan #JESC2021 National Final pic.twitter.com/fWgbJXeCBk …

Junior Eurovision 2020 – A rousing success in troubled times?

This editorial is written from the opinion of the author and does not necessarily represent the views of ESC United as a whole or its other contributors. Let’s face it, this year has been bleak, and long, and I’m sure like many others out there it is slowly wearing me down. So imagine my relief to know that the month …

TODAY: Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020 – Join us for our reactions!

Today sees the only official Eurovision contest of a difficult year take place as the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020 gets underway this afternoon, live from Warsaw in Poland. Of course, things will be a bit different this year, with no audience and each country performing live from home, but we’re still hoping for the same Eurovision magic we have …

The Junior Eurovision Contest 2020 has been “reimagined” due to Covid-19 pandemic.

WARSAW, 8 September 2020 After months of silence, the EBU has finally unveiled their plans for the Junior Eurovision 2020, with some good news and bad news. The good news is, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place, unlike its cancelled adult counterpart. The bad news is that it won’t be a Junior Eurovision as we know it. [embedyt] …

Not All Who Wander Are Lost – A Kazakh icon tries out for Eurovision 2005

[AdSense-B] The below editorial features the opinions and views of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of #escYOUnited as a whole, Eurovision or the EBU. With talk of Kazakhstan potentially competing at Eurovision in the not-too-distant future after a debut appearance at the Junior version and awaiting word on a second attempt there, we go back to …

Kazakhstan: Will the EBU open discussion on Eurovision participation?

[AdSense-B] Kazakhstan’s hopes of joining the adult Eurovision Song Contest may have been thrown a lifeline today as the executive supervisor of the contest Jon Ola Sand suggested discussion would begin, at a Junior Eurovision press conference earlier today. The online Q&A session held by Belarusian national broadcaster BTRC posed the question asked by a Kazakh fan of the contest, …

EBU denies rumours of Kazakh debut

The EBU have been forced to make a statement regarding the recent news that Kazakhstan may be set for a 2019 debut in Eurovision, and has suggested that the current rules of membership to the organisation would only allow for associate membership for Channel 31. [AdSense-B] The statement obtained by our friends at esctoday suggests the following; “Channel 31 Kazakhstan …

Kazakhstan: Negotiations to debut in Eurovision 2019

It appears that the prayers of many Eurovision fans longing for another debutant in the contest could be answered very shortly, as it is revealed that the Kazakh broadcaster Channel 31 is in positive talks with the EBU regarding the Eurasian nation’s debut in the contest – and could join Europe’s favourite TV show in 2019. [AdSense-B] The broadcaster, available …

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