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Information on accreditation including applications and badge pick-up can be found on the accreditation page.

The Media Centre in Liverpool will be open from Monday 8 May until the early hours of Sunday 14 May

Opening hours 

Monday 8 May     09:00 - 23:30
Tuesday 9 May     12:00 - 00:30
Wednesday 10 May  12:00 - 23:30
Thursday 11 May 12:00 - 00:30
Friday 12 May      11:00 - 01:00
Saturday 13 May  12:00 - 02:00

The Media Centre will contain a lounge area, a working area with access to desks, screens showing Dress Rehearsals and Live Shows, fast wi-fi connection, power sources and printers as well as shared interview rooms and radio studios (bookable onsite).

There will also be access to food and drink facilities.


An Online Media Centre will be available for those who wish to cover the event remotely. More details will be published in due course.


Interviews with those working on the production for the BBC can be requested at [email protected]

Interview requests of information about events happening outside the arena around the Host City of Liverpool can be addressed to [email protected]

All other requests for interviews can be made via [email protected].

There will be opportunities to “meet and greet” and interview some of participating artists at the Euroclub, run by the OGAE fan club, at the Camp and Furnace venue between Wednesday 3 and Friday 5 May. 

Details on precise timings and arrangements will be available shortly.

Access will be available to those with M and FM accreditation that can be collected from the arena during the first week of rehearsals. OGAE Members will also be able to attend these sessions. 

TikTok Lives with all 37 artists will also take place during the first week of rehearsals on Wed 3, Thurs 4, Fri 5 and Sat 6 May. 

Other interviews with artists during the first week of rehearsals can be arranged directly with the Head of Media for each respective country in a suitable location.


In a change from recent years, media representatives will no longer be able to view or access any individual artist rehearsals taking place between Sunday 30 April and Saturday 6 May. 

This is to allow all artists to rehearse in private and the production to perfect each performance before it is seen in full when dress rehearsals begin on Monday 8 May. Excerpts from first rehearsals will be shared on TikTok and second rehearsals on YouTube in the evening after each day's rehearsals. Some participating broadcasters will also share highlights on their digital channels.

Media representatives will be able to go inside the arena during the first Dress Rehearsal of each Live Show (on Monday 8, Wednesday 10 and Friday 12 May). 

These rehearsals will also be viewable in the Media Centre and the Online Media Centre. Other Dress Rehearsals will have an audience and a valid ticket will be required to enter the arena.

A limited number of agency photographers will be able to access the Live Shows (on Tuesday 9, Thursday 11 and Saturday 13 May) inside the arena by request, but all other accredited media will need to be in possession of a valid ticket to do so.


Please consult the ESC Reporting Access Rules for more information on what and where you can film and share from the venue and the Live Shows.


Media Conferences, including those with the qualifiers from each Semi-Final and the winner of the Grand Final, will take place onsite during the second week of Dress Rehearsals and Live Shows. 

There will be no individual artist Media Conferences onsite during the Live Shows week.

Requests for interviews with individual artists can be sent directly to the Head of Media for each participating country. A full list of contacts can be found here.

For further details and timings see the Media Handbook 2023


Eurovision News Events will be offering TV & Radio broadcast facilities inside the Arena from Sunday 7 until Saturday 13 May with stand-up positions overlooking centre stage and from within the Delegation Bubble.

Fully-equipped radio studios are also available. 

Media accreditation is required to access the Media Centre and our live positions. However, access to live positions will be granted with a temporary pass with a confirmed booking for non-accredited guests or reporters. 

Video highlights of the Semi-Finals and Grand Final are available via our partners at Eurovision Services, SA. More information about receiving this video content can be found here.

Facilities: Stand-up positions, customized solutions, workspaces (on request)

Radio facilities: Fully-equipped studios, workspaces (on request)

For EBU members, please visit our News Exchange Outlook for more information on exclusive EVN coverage throughout the event, from the Turquoise carpet to the Grand Final. 

More information on the content and usage restrictions can be found on this webpage.

For more information, please contact: 

Eurovision News Events +41 22 717 28 40 [email protected]


All accredited media representatives are strictly prohibited from recording and/or transmitting and/or making available (on any media, including, without limitation, the Internet, social media and mobile devices such as mobile telephones and computers) any images or sounds from Dress Rehearsals and the Live Shows (including any such images or sounds from any of the screens on the ESC's premises) from the Media Centre or any other area in the Venue, whether directly or incidentally.

For sake of clarity, accredited media representatives are also prohibited from:

  • live streaming any video/audio content including any images or sounds from Rehearsals and the Live Shows (including any such images or sounds from any of the screens on the ESC's premises) whether directly or incidentally to video/audio online platforms (including but not limited to on your own websites, YouTube, TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, Twitch, Twitter, etc.) during times when Dress Rehearsals or the Live Show are in progress;
  • publishing afterwards any such video/audio content, deliberately or inadvertently, containing content from the Dress Rehearsals and Live Shows that may have been recorded in the Media Centre Working Area or any other area in the Venue without prior written permission from the EBU;
  • directly monetizing any content related to your attendance at the Event, whether in the Media Centre or in any other part on the Venue at any time, via instant revenue streaming features such as YouTube’s Super Thanks, Tiktok’s LIVE Gifts, etc.

Those found to be breaching the above rules will have their accreditation and access to the Media Centre removed. 


The City of Liverpool are offering accredited media the option to come along on organised tours and events. For a full programme, and information on how to make a booking, you can download the guide right here.


For filming opportunities around the host city please email : [email protected]. There's also more information here and more specifically the filming application form can be found here.


You can request accreditation for places reserved for media in the Eurovision Village here.