Romania: TVR on the country’s participation or not in the contest!

In the last few days, rumours have been circulating on the internet which claim that Romania will withdraw from the upcoming edition in Malmö, but this has never been confirmed by the responsible officials.

According to internet users, the main reasons why Romania will not participate are a lack of budget on the part of TVR and a general disappointment after last year’s result.

With the application period closing on 15 September, the only public response from the Romanian broadcaster was that “the matter is still under discussion”. Of course, broadcasters are not obliged to publicly declare their decision, as the EBU regulations allow them to withdraw their application without penalty until 11 October, after which date we will be in the clear of all participating countries.

Earlier today, members of the Romanian website Spectacola contacted TVR to understand the station’s intentions regarding the European Contest.

According to them, “TVR’s leaders are in discussions with the EBU, but the Eurovision issue has not been sufficiently examined to allow a definitive decision to be taken”.

It is therefore understood that a final decision on Romania’s participation in the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 has not yet been made, with TVR highlighting:

“At the moment, we are in contact with the organisers (EBU) and all options remain open!”

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Source: Spectacola

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Germany: Confirms its participation in Eurovision 2024!

A few hours after the end of the 67th Eurovision Song Contest and despite its low ranking, Germany confirms its participation in Eurovision 2024!

This news was made known by a member of NDR, the German broadcaster, speaking to Spiegel. In particular, they said:

“We are very happy to be there every year. And it will stay that way. Germany is such a diverse, exciting and innovative music market that there is absolutely no reason not to compete again. Eurovision is not only the biggest music show in Europe, but also one of the most successful shows on German television”

To date, 9 countries have already announced their participation in Eurovision 2024. These are:
  • Sweden
  • Cyprus
  • Denmark
  • Norway
  • Finland
  • Malta
  • Luxembourg
  • Spain
  • Germany

This year Germany was represented by Lord of the Lost with the song “Blood & Glitter”. The country could once again not escape from the last places, taking the 26th (last) place.

Source: Spiegel

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