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Your Junior Eurovision 2019 Guidebook Is Now Available Written by on November 23, 2019

All the songs, all the numbers, the history, and some opinions as well. Download your guide to 2019’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest from ESC Insight.

Junior Eurovision 2019’s Unofficial Guidebook is now on our proverbial digital shelf for you to download. Chock-full of information on this year’s artists, songs, National Selections, and each nation’s history at Junior Eurovision, this free, downloadable eBook (available in PDF formats) is a fantastic resource to have at your fingertips as we approach this year’s shows.

Still on the fence on whether to download a copy or not? Here are a few reasons to check it out:

  • Learn all about this year’s songs
  • Details on the history of each country at Junior Eurovision
  • It’s free, so you literally have nothing to lose!

Grab your copy of ESC Insight’s Guide to the Junior Eurovision 2019 Song Contest here. (If you’d like to share it online, we’d ask you to credit us here at ESC Insight and link back to this page, rather than pointing directly to the eBook.)

And, of course, let us know what you think! Feedback is always welcome.

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 was 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. She also worked as a member of the Bulgarian Delegation, serving as Assistant Head of Press in Kyiv and Lisbon. She is also the creator of the podcast "12 Points from America", an irreverent look at Eurovision from a US point of view. 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 Minneapolis, 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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