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09
July
2017

MAD Video Music Awards 2017: watch Melisses’ full performance

watch the broadcast of the 2017 MAD Video Music Awards on July 9th at 20:00 CET at here

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09
July
2017

MAD Video Music Awards 2017: watch Demy’s full performance

watch the broadcast of the 2017 MAD Video Music Awards on July 9th at 20:00 CET at here

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09
July
2017

Brand new song by Ireland’s sweetheart Brendan Murray

IRELAND – Brendan Murray (born 16 November 1996) is an Irish singer, and former member of the Irish boyband Hometown. He represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 with the song “Dying to Try” but failed to qualify to the final. In 2014, Murray became a member of the Irish boyband Hometown, managed by Louis Walsh. The band achieved three chart successes in their home country, including the number one singles “Where I Belong” in 2014, and “Cry for Help” in 2015. Their debut album, HomeTown, was released in November 2015 and peaked at number four in Ireland. In December 2016, the band announced that they’d be going on an indefinite hiatus. On 16 December 2016, Murray was announced as the Irish representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. His song, “Dying to Try”, was released on 10 March 2017. He didn’t reach the final.

SOURCE: www.wikipedia.org

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06
July
2017

Local press report agreement of EBU and IPBC for Eurovision

ISRAEL – Regional press, Walla reports today that the newly established Israeli national broadcaster IPBC and the European Broadcasting Union reached an agreement for their further collaboration despite the official confirmation of their full membership which will take place in December. EBU will allow the new broadcaster to broadcast the World Cup and it is eligible to participate in the Eurovision Family events such as Junior and senior Eurovision Song Contest and Young Dancers.

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05
July
2017

France 2018: who will fly their colours?

France 2018: who will fly their colours?

French broadcaster FranceTélévisions (soon to be rebranded as “france.tv’) held today its annual press conference about the forthcoming 2017-2018 season.

As expected, the Eurovision Song Contest was mentioned and it was confirmed that the project of a national selection was on its way after several years of (more or less successful) internal selections.

In 2018, france.tv will collaborate with ITV Studios France (a branch of the British broadcaster) and SACEM (the national society of lyricists, composers and music editors). The national final should be called “Eurovision: Qui Portera Nos Couleurs?” (Who will fly our colours?) and should take place in early 2018.

Potential candidates (who must be aged 16 by January 1st) have until November 30th to bid. Of course the entries should not have been performed or broadcast before September even if they can have been registered to the SACEM before that date.

The full regulation of the contest can be read on the following link http://m.evenements.francetv.fr/evenements/telespectateurs/reglement_570681

Bonne chance à tous!

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