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Learn more about the Eurovision Song Contest and its organisers.

To help you find what you are looking for, check out the Frequently Asked Questions and Facts & Figures.

The Eurovision Song Contest is part of the Eurovision Family of Events, a tight-knit group of five international events that each have a specific purpose and audience, yet have a lot in common. Continue reading..

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New to the Eurovision Song Contest? Check out our introduction.
The stage of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, shortly before the first Semi-Final
The stage of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, shortly before the first Semi-Final

The Eurovision Song Contest is organised yearly by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), together with the Host Broadcaster and in close cooperation with some 40 Participating Broadcasters. Continue reading..

The Eurovision Song Contest has a detailed set of rules, which have been established by the EBU and approved by the contest's governing body, the Reference Group. Continue reading..

On this page you can find detailed information about voting in the Eurovision Song Contest. Continue reading..

On this page you can find information and guidelines about using the Eurovision Song Contest logo and theme artwork, as well as logo and artwork downloads. Continue reading..

Since 2008, the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest takes home the iconic glass microphone. In 2017, the official trophy will be awarded for the tenth time. Continue reading..

Information about how and where to watch the Eurovision Song Contest, footage requests and broadcasting rights. Continue reading..

From the national selections to the event weeks and everything in between; we gladly explain you more about the inner workings of the Eurovision Song Contest! Continue reading..