Eurovision Song Contest news
Posted 6 June, 2010 - 21:24 by Kristján Sveinsson
Hera has been one of Iceland's most popular and sought after artists for quite a few years now. Having moved to
Copenhagen, she is also slowly but surely beginning to build herself a wider fanbase in Denmark too.
Posted 6 June, 2010 - 13:27 by Kristján Sveinsson
This year's edition of the Eurovision Song Contest provided national broadcaster NRK with one of it's largest audience viewing figures ever and turned out to be a viewing magnet.
Posted 5 June, 2010 - 19:27 by Ian Fowell
The viewing ratings in the United Kingdom were down considerably from 2009 to 5.54 million. This could have been due to lack of promotion and also the fact the show was up against the popular ITV series, Britain's Got Talent.
Posted 3 June, 2010 - 15:26 by Charlotte Jensen
Countries like Israel, Ireland and Norway were by fans and press mentioned as potential winners after successful rehearsals in Oslo. But on the actual night of the final they all failed to live up to the expectations and instead ended at the bottom of the scoreboard. What went wrong for them?
Posted 2 June, 2010 - 15:35 by Charlotte Jensen
This year's Eurovision Song Contest was moved as it would otherwise collide with Champions League. Now it appears like a football event might once again interfere with the Contest as the German Cup final is set to take place on the 21st of May - the day of the final in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest.
Posted 5 June, 2010 - 16:33 by Serkan Uluçay
A while after this year's Eurovision Song Contest has ended with a German victory, the details of the Turkish televoting and jury results have been revealed by the national broadcaster of Turkey, TRT. The winner of the contest, Lena, had the advantage of the new system's treasure.
Posted 2 June, 2010 - 22:41 by Charlotte Jensen
Catalonian Jaume Marquet Cots who goes under the artist name Jimmy Jump has received a fine of 15.000 Norwegian kroner for interrupting the Eurovision Song Contest final last Saturday. A Norwegian businessman paid the fine as he has been a fan of Jimmy's stunts for years.
Posted 2 June, 2010 - 13:25 by Charlotte Jensen
In the Danish final Thomas N’evergreen basically promised the Danish TV viewers a lot of extra points from the Russian speaking countries. They never came and he is now accusing them of cheating. Many Danes are satisfied with the fourth position, but for Thomas it is a missed victory. EuroVisionary has analysed the Danish situation.