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Eurovision Insight Podcast: Insight Asks Bulgarian Head of Press Vasil Ivanov Written by on May 2, 2017

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From launching a Eurovision website for Bulgaria, to the Head of Press for his country at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, his journey is one of many that we will be highlighting this year in the ‘ESC Insight Asks‘ series.

Sharleen Wright caught up with Ivanov between rehearsals to ask him about his early years of Eurovision fandom, keeping the spirit of the Song Contest alive in the wilderness years, and Bulgaria’s return through Junior Eurovision, and the importance of the Contest to Bulgaria.

Eurovision Insight Podcast: Insight Asks Bulgarian Head of Press Vasil Ivanov

Sharleen Wright talks to Vasil Ivanov, the Bulgarian Head of Press for Eurovision 2017.

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About The Author: Sharleen Wright

Sharleen Wright is the co-founder of ESC Insight and a freelance journalist and researcher. She has previously worked for numerous community radio stations in Sydney Australia, and contributed to the wider world of comedy holding production and promotions roles at both the Edinburgh Fringe and Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Her written words have appeared online, as well as The List magazine, and numerous fanzines on the topics of television and specifically, Eurovision . She is currently based in Australia and undertaking research on food and event tourism. You can follow Sharleen on Twitter (@sharly77) and Facebook (

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