The steering group of Junior Eurovision 2023!

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest steering group’s membership list was updated earlier today.

What role does the group act out?

Modernizing and promoting the contest is one of its primary responsibilities, as stated on the contest’s official website. The group participants are also expected to supervise the host broadcaster’s annual preparation. The JESC Steering group meets on behalf of all participating broadcasters, four or five times a year.

The following members make up the JESC Steering Group:

  • The chairman;
  • Two elected members of the heads of delegation;
  • The executive producer of the previous host country, the executive producer of the current year’s host broadcaster and the executive producer of the next host broadcaster;
  • The EBU Junior Eurovision Song Contest Executive Supervisor.

Each year, the group’s composition is altered to ensure that all participating broadcasters’ interests are represented.

The recent modifications

After the most recent revisions were made, the team was joined by Anna Maria Bordas, a representative of the Spanish national channel RTVE.

As a result, the group is made up of the following eight individuals:

  • Ana Maria Bordas (RTVE – Spain)
  • Mariangela Borneo (RAI – Italy)
  • Carla Bugalho (RTP – Portugal)
  • Melissa Hardinge (BBC – United Kingdom)
  • Marta Piekarska (TVP, Chairperson – Portugal )
  • Alexandra Redde (France TV – France)
  • David Tserunyan (AMPTV – Armenia)
  • Anja Zegwaard (AVROTROS – The Netherlands)
  • Martin Österdahl (EBU)

After Lissandros‘ triumph in Yereval last year with the song “Oh Maman!” the 21st Junior Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled to take place on November 26 in Nice, France.

Stay tuned on eurovisionfun to stay up to date on all the latest Junior Eurovision 2023 news.

Source : EBU 

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