Celebrating the start of the third season of Eurovision Memories, new authors have been appointed to bring a broader insight to what's going about Eurovision Memories and the Eurovision Song Contest. The new team is hereby presented:
Britt Ashworth (Ireland/United Kingdom): Head of Delegation of Ireland, though a citizen of the United Kingdom, this 18-year-old Eurovision fan will be a head journalist of the team. In her hands are all the topics related to 18 countries of Eurovision: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, San Marino, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. As you can see, she's more of a "Scandinavian/Western" type of girl when it comes to the contest.
Dago Lesmes (Armenia/Colombia): Part of Eurovision Memories since its first edition, the Head of Delegation of Armenia, is part of the journalists team as well. A 16-year-old young man from Colombia will be in charge of any news regarding 20 countries of Eurovision: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Georgia, Greece, Italy, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain and Ukraine. As you can see, he's more of a "Balkans/Eastern" type of guy.
Florin Suciu (Romania): One of the administrators of the page (a.k.a. Webmasters) is also going to do certain appearances in the 'News' page with everything concerning Romania, both his home country, and his delegation in the Eurovision Memories Online Contest. In fact, he actually worked as a credited author for the Romanian pre-selection for Baku (2012). (We hope we can do it again for Malmö 2013, please like THIS page).
Tata Soesetyo (Indonesia/Latvia): This Indonesian girl will also act as a head journalist in the near future. Further information about her participation in the team will be released soon.
Other topics, like those concerning the inactive Eurovision countries (Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Kosovo, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Morocco, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Turkey) as well as other general topics (Venue, EuroClub, etc.) will be covered by any journalist when there's the need to do so.
Besides many articles regarding the 2013 Eurovision Season (selections, national finals, preparations, etc.) there will be a series of projects that will be unveiled progressively. Five of them can be announced now, and each one will have one or two weekly articles.....
Let the Eurovision fun begin!
Today, the Romanian broadcaster TVR announced the exact details of the National Final for Eurovision 2013. Songs can be submitted starting from tomorrow until February 3. After that a special jury from different cities in Romania will examine all the songs and singers. Then 24 songs will be picked to compete in two Semifinals on 23 and 24 February.
The Grand Final will take place on March 9 2013.
We're opening some polls to see what people want. Just express your personal opinion on the following questions:
Tonight the EM 25 Semifinals show took place. Semifinal 1 was fully broadcasted at the radio while the Second Semifinal was held just like every semifinal. People will decide what format EM 27 will have and that's why we presented the Semifinals and two different ways.
Let's find out how many points were give to the countries that didn't qualify.
Sadly the winner of Semifinal 1 was disqualified because of not voting in the Semifinal. So no Estonia in the final.
MALTA - 23 points
VATICAN CITY - 13 points
SERBIA - 9 points
DENMARK - 74 points
KOSOVO - 45 points