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Eurovision YouTube channel hits 1 billion views

06 April 2015 at 23:44 CEST

The channel which was opened in 2006 has been growing at an ever increasing speed over the past years and now gathers some 200 million video views every year.

"We are very proud to have hit this milestone just before the 60th Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna," says Jon Ola Sand, Executive Supervisor on behalf of the EBU. "We are very grateful for the hard work of the team behind it, the broadcasters, partners as well as the viewers all over the world for taking the contest to such heights."

Wondering which videos have been the most watched throughout the years? Have a look!

Thank you

At this stage, would like to thank all our visitors and encourage you to subscribe to our channel (it’s free) to get the very best video content about the Eurovision Song Contest.

We’d also like to thank the team who has made all this happen - Jan Demulder, Wim Dehandschutter, Femke de Laat, Stijn Smulders, Marco Brey, Victor M. Escudero, Simon Storvik-Green, Olena Omelyanchuk, Jakov Leon, Gordon Roxburgh, Roman Žuravljov, Elena Volotova, Andres Putting, Thomas Hanses, Jakob Dræby, Andreas Schacht, Alain Douit, Gustav Dahlander, Indrek Galetin, Glen Webb, Elke Roels, Giel Domen, Pieter Van den Berghe, Dennis Stachel, Sander Hesterman and everyone else who has helped to produce the wonderful content on the channel.