Do you want to be involved with the Eurovision and its national selections and show of your skills? It is not as difficult to get started as you might think.
By visiting this site you have already made the first step. The second step is to contact us and tell us a bit about yourself and any previous experience you might have. The third step is when you receive an email from us. If we think you would be right for the site, the fourth step will be when you are accepted on the team.
On EuroVisionary we work within an open structure where we encourage everyone to take part in talks about how to improve the site and make it even better. Everyone who shows the right skills for it can get their own responsibilities as with us, no-one is higher in ranks – everyone is equal.
It will be an advantage if you have previous journalistic experience, but it is not a requirement as we can teach you what you might need as long as we see the talent being present. Most importantly is that you are able to write in English and that you have the right enthusiasm.
You will be mainly be working from home so a good internet connection is needed. If you wish to cover on the spot at a national final or join our team at the Eurovision Song Contest we will be very happy to help you do so.
The job is voluntarily, but we help you get contacts, working experience and are of course always willing to provide you with a good recommendation.
If you have good photo or video skills, this can be combined with your position as a writer.
We can always use good photographers or videographers to cover on location at a Eurovision Song Contest. You work will be needed for 8-12 days, but we provide you with a great platform for others to see your work.
As a videographer we provide you with the ability to work with both 2D and 3D content.