The United Kingdom, Greece and Kosovo also join Australia in broadcasting Junior Eurovision in non-participating countries. The contest which will be shown live on the JuniorEurovision.tv website will also be available to listen to live on Castle FM in the United Kingdom. The station is based in Edinburgh and will be broadcasting live across Scotland. The broadcast has a special significance in the United Kingdom, as it will be the first time the contest has been broadcast on live on radio or TV since 2005.
Greece and Kosovo join Australia in showing the contest on delay. Australia are showing the contest on SBS just 12 hours after the contest has finished in Kiev. Whilst Kosovo and Greece will be showing the contest a number of days later.