EBU receives host of bids for Eurovision Family of Events contracts

The EBU has received a huge response to its invitation to tender (ITT) for supporting services around the Eurovision Family of Events. 44 companies from across Europe showed interest in the tender to run IT, web and communications services for the Eurovision Song Contest, Junior Eurovision Song Contest, Eurovision Young Musicians and Eurovision Young Dancers.

In total nine companies from four countries submitted proposals for one or more of the four available packages. 

“We are very pleased to see an encouraging number of organisations have submitted bids to work on these four key Media Department events,” said EBU Media Director Jean Philip De Tender.

“This is a fabulous opportunity for specialised companies to work on the world’s biggest music entertainment show, the Eurovision Song Contest, and its important sister events. We are looking forward to examining the bids and are excited about working with the best in the business to build on the success of these events to secure the future of these important brands.”

The successful bidder(s) will be announced at the end of January. You can read more information about the process on the website of the EBU. 

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