August 18, 2019

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Earlier this afternoon, the European Broadcasting Union and the Public Broadcasting Services held a joint press conference in order to address the format changes with regards to the 2014 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. During the same period, Anton Attard, Chief Executive Officer of the Public Broadcasting Services and Executive Supervisor for the European Competition presented the vision that the Maltese broadcaster has, including how local schoolchildren will be involved. Executive Supervisor Vladislav Yakovlev spoke to the assembled press about the history of the competition, as well as the format changes that have been introduced recently to increase…
Just an hour prior to her arrival at the Malta International Airport, the Public Broadcasting Services (PBS) announced through the eight o'clock news bulletin that Federica Falzon will be representing the country in the 2014 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Due to the fact, that the senior edition of the international competition is slated to take in three weeks time, the announcement is thought to be early, giving the broadcaster ample time to work on the organisation of the competition. In an exclusive comment made to esc-plus earlier this morning, it was revealed that the song that Federica…
In a couple of months, the Public Broadcasting Services and the European Broadcasting Union will be joining forces to host the 2014 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, following up the victory achieved by Gaia Cauchi and her entry The Start which she co-wrote with Gillian Attard, Matt Mercieca and Elton Zarb. The search for the next representative has also been intact for the Mediterranean Country with Federica Falzon being the internal choice of the public broadcaster. Upon the arrival of Federica Falzon at the Malta International Airport, it was revealed that the young starlet and reigning winner of…
The European Broadcasting Union and the Public Broadcasting Services have come to an agreement that the next edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, taking place in Malta, is set for Saturday 15th November 2014. This information was made public in an interview that Tonio Portughese, Chairman of the Public Broadcasting Services had with Television Malta, following the announcement of the Malta Eurovision Young Musicians as well as the concept of founding an orchestra specifically for cultural events. The Public Broadcasting Services would like to be at the centre of Malta’s cultural spectrum and in accordance with the European Broadcasting…
The Public Broadcasting Services and the European Broadcasting Union might have just come to an understanding with regards to the hosting of next years’ edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, yet it is pivotal to denote that certain details are also being decided by both parties over the next couple of weeks, including the venue, the dates, and of course, the hosts. It comes as no surprise that most of the current roster at Television Malta are seemingly interested in this gigantic opportunity and the general public are putting forward their favourites, according to a doodle poll in which…
Earlier this month, The Start co-written by Matt Mercieca, Elton Zarb, Gillian Attard and vocalist Gaia Cauchi was selected by the general public, a kids jury and an international panel of experts as the winning entry of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. As soon as this was announced, the media pounced on the delegation by asking them, whether they would be able to host the upcoming edition of the international showcase, especially following such a transitional year in which several aspects of the showcase are still being altered. The answer is a categorical yes, according to a Press Release published…
Vladislav Yakolev, the Executive Supervisor of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, is currently visting the Headquarters of the Public Broadcasting Services as early details for next years' international showcase are surely being set with Anton Attard, Chief Executive Officer and Tonio Portughese, Chairman. This news does not come as a surprise after the national broadcaster went on record stating that they are willing to host the event, especially following Gaia Cauchi's victory with The Start, which she co-wrote with Matt Mercieca, Elton Zarb and Gillian Attard. Next years' edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, co-produced by the European Broadcasting…
escflashmalta.com has been in close contact to sources within the European Broadcasting Union who have told us that unofficially, everything is ready for Malta to host the 2014 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest but that the legal paperwork is still to be finalised with an official announcement expected in the next couple of weeks. The Public Broadcasting Services had already shown interest in hosting the event prior to the eventuality of the competition and with individuals such as Anton Attard as Chief Executive Officer and Tonio Portughese as Chairman, one could be sure of an exceptional show. Malta's…
The Start, co-written by Gillian Attard, Elton Zarb and Matt Mercieca with vocals provided by Gaia Cauci has just been announced as the winner of this years' edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, held in Kiev, Ukraine. The Public Broadcasting Services decided to return to the prestigious event following a two year absence and it seems to have found the right song and singer. Many people had noted Malta to be a favourite of the event prior to the evening and it was only the public and the jury who had the final say on where the votes were…
Rapturous applause, widespread acclaim and a performance compared to the ones given at the Academy Awards was given earlier this afternoon by Gaia Cauchi who will be representing Malta at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest with The Start, co-written alongside Elton Zarb, Matt Mercieca and Gillian Attard. Malta's return to the event following abseentism of two years was very much felt in the music industry but the Pubic Broadcasting Services sought to right a wrong and return before it was too late. The event, slated to commence at 19:00 CET, airing on TVM2, will be taking place in the capital…
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