Junior Eurovision Tonight: How to Watch Written by on November 30, 2013

Tonight, from the Ukraine National Palace of Arts in Kiev, a dozen young acts from a dozen nations will sing their little hearts out, all in the hopes of succeeding Anastasiya Petrik as Junior Eurovision Champion.

Starting at 19:00 CET (18:00 GMT, 13:00 EST), here is a list of the participating national broadcasters who will be screening the program this evening:

  • Armenia – Armenia 1
  • Azerbaijan – İctimai Television
  • Belarus –BTRC
  • Georgia – Georgian Public Broadcaster
  • Macedonia – Macedonian Radio Television
  • Malta – Public Broadcasting Services
  • Moldova – TeleRadio-Moldova
  • Netherlands – AVRO
  • Russia – Carousel
  • San Marino – SMtv San Marino
  • Sweden – SVT Barnkanalen
  • Ukraine – National Television Company of Ukraine; Radio Ukraine International

In addition, Greek channel DT and Kosovar network RTK will be broadcasting the event in a non-participatory function.  Australia’s SBS Two will be playing a repeat of the show on December 1st (so be sure to avoid spoilers, people!)

Castle FM, a community radio station serving the area around Edinburgh, will also be playing a live audio broadcast of the show, featuring our very own Ewan Spence and escXtra’s Luke Fisher.  This will mark the first time since 2005 that a UK-based commentary will be available for Junior Eurovision…maybe a sign of things to come?

And last, but certainly not least, Spence and Fisher will be serving up live commentary on the official Junior Eurovision webstream, available at www.junioreurovision.tv.  Gather the family, pop some popcorn, and enjoy the show!

About The Author: Samantha Ross

Vaguely aware of the Contest since childhood, a fanatic since 2008, and an ESC blogger since 2009, Samantha Ross made her first sojourn to Eurovision in 2011, and was quickly welcomed into the fold at ESC Insight. Over the years, she's been interviewed by BBC World News, SVT, LBC Radio, and many others. She is a semi-regular contributor to Oystermouth Radio's weekly dedicated Eurovision program, "Wales 12 Points". Furthermore, Samantha contributed to BBC Radio 2's coverage of the Copenhagen contest, and was a member of the official JuniorEurovision.tv web team in 2014 and 2015. When not at Eurovision, Samantha is a regular on the Twin Cities pub quiz circuit, and has volunteered as a moderator for the local high school quiz bowl for over ten years. She lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota, but is wistfully looking for opportunities to get geographically closer to the heart of the Eurovision action. You can follow Samantha on Twitter (@escinsider).

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