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Foreigners storm Eurovision Junior

Foreigners storm Eurovision Junior

Eurovision 2012 - Final

New Star Music - the four children who will represent Romania. Statistics show that foreigners are extremely interested in the competition, even more than Romanians. Almost every foreign delegation will be accompanied by journalists from the written press, audio or the Internet. To these are added filmmakers and commentators from the television broadcasting the contest in each participating country.
The record belongs to Belgium, which was accredited with 12 journalists, followed by Greece with 8 representatives of the press. In addition, for Eurovision Junior 2006, TVR has received accreditation requests from media professionals from countries not participating in the competition, such as the United Kingdom, Kazakhstan or Bulgaria.

As for the spectators, almost 300 foreigners requested invitations to attend the show at the Multipurpose Hall. Some of them come to support the participating children (relatives, friends or colleagues), others are mere fans of the contest. Adding the members of official delegations and companies providing services, the total number of foreigners who will be present in the capital exceeds 600.
On Monday, November 27, there will be a welcome party organized by TVR in honor of artists and official delegations, and from Tuesday morning the rehearsal program will begin. For the competitors will be organized various tours and a tour of the city, meetings with Romanian children of their age.
The show takes place on two consecutive evenings: on December 1 and 2, from 9.15 pm. the difference is that the Friday show will be recorded by TVR and the Saturday show will be broadcast live. The real televoting and the final standings are scheduled on Saturday, Friday being just a simulation.
This procedure is required for the registration of Fridays to function as a reserve variant in case, for technical reasons, the direct transmission on Saturday is accidentally interrupted. The event in Bucharest will be broadcast not only by the televisions of the 15 participating countries, but also by other states such as Andorra or Australia.
Read the whole article in: The Thought
November 23, 2006