As usual, the website features extensive information about the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest. The history section has been completely revised and the MediaLounge has become a more integrated part of the website. Follow the guiding tour through the new website right away.
What's new on Eurovision.tv?
On request of many, we will webcast several national finals through esctv, the contest's official online television channel. Last Saturday, esctv already webcast the Cypriot national final. For the most dedicated fans, Eurovision.tv covers the national selections from an accessible angle in Europe Selects 2008. To find out what else is new on Eurovision.tv, read the blog of Editor-in-Chief and Project Manager Sietse Bakker.
"Last year, we successfully experimented with cross-media exploitation of content, this year we are fine-tuning our strategy. Through the cooperation with our partners and Host Broadcaster RTS, we are aiming to exceed the expectations of our audience and present Europe a cross-media production of the highest quality," says Nicoletta Iacobacci, Head of Interactive TV at Eurovision TV. A Serbian version of Eurovision.tv will be launched on the 28th of January, in cooperation with RTS.
MyESC continues as MyEurovision
As you might have noticed, MyESC continues as MyEurovision. With a free MyEurovision account, you can log on to the website, manage your personal details and apply for the weekly Eurovision Song Contest newsletter and breaking news alerts. In the next months, exciting new features will be added to MyEurovision. Later this year, the websites of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest and the Eurovision Dance Contest will be restyled as well. Ultimately, the three websites will together form the Eurovision Family online. Your MyEurovision account will be your account for all three websites. If you didn't subscribe yet, follow this link to do so right away!
The Eurovision.tv team wishes you a great time exploring the revamped website of the Eurovision Song Contest!