Romania: Over 380,000 euros spent for Eurovision 2023!
Libertatea reports that the Romanian broadcaster spent a total of €382,500 for its participation in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The total amount is made up of the cost of the National Final, the entry fee and the costs related to the Liverpool performance.
The biggest expense for TVR was the €180,000 entry fee to the EBU, which contributes to the funding of the Contest. Then €63,000 was spent on the Romanian National Final, from which Theodor Andrei was selected for Liverpool. The full breakdown of costs is as follows:
- €180,000 – Participation fee
- €80,000 – Staging and associated costs for the performance in Liverpool
- €63,000 – National Final
- €25,000 – Broadcasting costs in Romania
- €23,500 – Accommodation in Liverpool
- €11,000 – Transport and other costs
Theodor Andrei represented Romania in Liverpool with “D.G.T. (Off and on)”. In the semi-final he scored 0 points in both televote and jury and became the first entry in Romania’s Eurovision history failing to score any points.
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