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In 2003, Malta was one of the sixteen countries which competed in the inaugural edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest and started on a positive note with Sarah Harrison and her entry Like a Star garnering fifty-six points to finish in seventh place. The Public Broadcasting Services confirmed participation for the following seven years with the latest entry being Knock Knock! ... Boom! Boom! performed by Nicole Azzopardi which achieved a mid-table finish. Unfortunately, that was in 2010 and Malta decided to call it a day after that with finances put forward to the actual Eurovision Song Contest participation.…
Saturday, 01 December 2012 19:01

JESC 2012: Ukraine Crowned Winners

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Good Evening! Welcome to the 2012 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest which is being hosted in Amsterdam, the capital city of The Netherlands. This is actually the second time that the nation is hosting the event having even taken up the responsibility back in 2007 when the group Cute had represented Malta with the track Music. The competition has changed quite a while since then though noting that from seventeen participants, the European Broadcasting Union has managed to lure a total of twelve (12) ultimately keeping the dream for several young artists alive. The quality of the songs…
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest was a flagship production of the European Broadcasting Union back in 2003 with the hope of creating a competition similar to the adult showcase produced each year for the younger generation and it seemed like things had succeeded before broadcasters started noting that the costs were slightly too high with the rating going down year on year. The buzz around the junior event was not the same and this is surely noted by the amount of journalists that tend to cover the event. Nevertheless, the team of Radio International based in The Netherlands will be…
In the past couple of years, there has been a lot of uncertainty surrounding the Junior Eurovision Song Contest due to the fact that several countries were seeing it as a showcase in which expenditure was too demanding for the respective broadcasters hence why the number of participants has been going down year after year but nevertheless, the European Broadcasting Union appointed Sietse Bakker to help helm a supposed overhaul to the event with the possibly of getting some of the previous nations in the fray whilst managing to convince new ones to join the competition and submit interest to…
Saturday, 03 December 2011 19:05

JESC 2011: Georgia Triumph

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Despite the fact that Malta has decided to withdraw from this years' edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, we have still decided to cover the event for all those followers from all over the nation who still enjoy watching the show. The 9th edition of the event is taking place within the Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concerts Complex in Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia and competing are none other than thirteen (13) countries whose winner will then be decided through a mixture of Jury and Tele-Voting each amounting to 50% each in order to have a fair assessment.…
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest was founded by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) with the aim of bringing about young talent from all over Europe and despite the list of participating countries decreasing over the years, the organizing body will be working with a brand new structure, bringing about a number of nations for the upcoming years. The debut of San Marino this year in the Junior event is surely bringing about some change and diversity and this will definitely lead to bigger things in the very near future. Despite, Malta's withdrawal from the event, we will still be covering…
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest has been an event which has received a number of positive and negative reviews over the years started with a lot of promise in the beginning but lacking in backing over the past couple of years. Malta has participated in every edition organised thus far but it seems that after months of debacles, the Public Broadcasting Services has reached a decision not to take part in this years' edition of the event. Over the past couple of months, the people have been somewhat very skeptical about the actual participation but then again, the fact that…
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest is surely a very popular family event here in Malta and also a showcase in which our younger generation of stars can express themselves through the medium of song. Our nation has participated since the initial event which was held in the capital city of Denmark, Copenhagen. We give the event some extra exposure as it gets closer and therefore, that is why, we are continuing our feature "An Expert Opinion" today. We are going to be taking up each respective entry as drawn by the European Broadcasting Union just two weeks ago. Our four…
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest is surely a very popular family event here in Malta and also a showcase in which our younger generation of stars can express themselves through the medium of song. Our nation has participated since the initial event which was held in the capital city of Denmark, Copenhagen. We give the event some extra exposure as it gets closer and therefore, that is why, we are continuing our feature "An Expert Opinion" today. We are going to be taking up each respective entry as drawn by the European Broadcasting Union just two weeks ago. Our four…
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest is surely a very popular family event here in Malta and also a showcase in which our younger generation of stars can express themselves through the medium of song. Our nation has participated since the initial event which was held in the capital city of Denmark, Copenhagen. We give the event some extra exposure as it gets closer and therefore, that is why, we are continuing our feature "An Expert Opinion" today. We are going to be taking up each respective entry as drawn by the European Broadcasting Union just two weeks ago. Our four…
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