As another summer disappears behind us in the blink of an eye, we’re getting back to business and it’s the most exciting time of all, as another Eurovision season gets underway! That’s right, the calendar has ticked over into September and we are very close to a host city announcement, and with that comes the beginning of the never-ending Eurovision news cycle once more!

2018 was a fantastic year for us, in particular thanks to the support from #YOU, our wonderful readers, viewers and listeners. Our vision in providing insightful, interesting and entertaining views on the Eurovision universe continues and we want to grow our coverage right into Israel’s contest in 2019 and beyond. However, we can’t do it alone. That’s where #YOU come in!

We are looking for enthusiastic, innovative and talented people who have a true love for all things Eurovision related who would like to help us continue our coverage of the contest and its many national selections, artists, songs and drama and excitement that comes with each selection season. Whether #YOU have an interest in analytics and editorials, helping Matt and co out with the YouTube videos and streams, want to showcase the vibrance of Eurovision through our social media channels or have a burning desire to have your voice heard, we would appreciate the help, no matter how big or small.

We are looking for enthusiastic fans who could help us as;

  • News article authors and editors
  • Researchers
  • Editorial and opinion-based writers
  • Social media correspondents, in particular Instagram and Facebook
  • Video editors
  • Live stream and video help, including those comfortable with spoken English and being on camera

If you are interesting in helping out and joining the team, please fill in the form below or contact Sean and we will be in touch shortly…

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All applications are considered and we will be in touch to discuss with all potential new volunteers, so please be patient! In the meantime, why not check out what other Eurofans have been discussing on our forum?

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