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Wednesday, 22 January 2014 17:01

MESC ’14: Radio International Kicks Off Fan Poll

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Radio International, a Eurovision themed radio programme broadcast every Wednesday evening in The Netherlands is a major supporter of Malta’s participation in the Eurovision Song Contest, with the team ever so present at the selection process on an annual basis, recording interviews with each of the artists and also dedicating a special programme prior to the actual selection. As was the case in 2013, an initiative to see which songs are most preferred by listeners and fans of the event has just been launched by Radio International.

The fan poll, open to everyone, basically encompasses a typical voting pattern as assessed during the Eurovision Song Contest, meaning that your role in the process is to select your ten most favourite entries in rank order and then give them votes, in typical Eurovision fashion (1,2,3 ... 8, 10, 12). The event, being covered in detail by both the Public Broadcasting Services and is set to take place on the 7th and 8th February at the Malta Fairs and Conventions Centre. The latter portal will run a LIVE report led by Keith Borg-Micallef.

Voting for this fan poll will be closing on the 29th January 2014, at mid-day (12:00 CET), henceforth why it is imperative that you get cracking and submit your votes as soon as possible. By virtue of clicking here, you will access a VOTING DOCUMENT which you may send to the email in the actual document or through the CONTACTS FORM on the official website of Radio International. Remember that another edition of the programme with all the latest news will be taking place as from 20:00 CET, this evening. Stay tuned to for more news.

Source: Press Release

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