With a total of 12 countries taking part you may be wondering how you can watch tonight’s show. So are the channels in the participating countries that are broadcasting the contest live:
- Armenia – Armenia 1
- Azerbaijan – Ictimai TV
- Belarus – Belarus 1
- Georgia – 1 TV
- FYR Macedonia – MPT 1
- Malta – TVM 2
- Moldova – TV Moldova 1
- The Netherlands – Zapp
- Russia – Carousel
- San Marino – San Marino RTV
- Sweden – SVT Barnkanalen – Livestream for international viewers (here)
- Ukraine – 1tv
Also for the first time ever you can listen to the contest on the radio, radio broadcasts will be offered by:
- United Kingdom – 98.8 FM Castle FM
- Ukraine – Radio Ukraine International
Yes the United Kingdom will be broadcasting the contest for the first time since 2005, the radio station covers Edinburgh and the surrounding area.
If you are wanting to watch the contest live but are not in any of the participating countries or the United Kingdom, you can watch it live on JuniorEurovision.tv. The livestream can be watched here. Also a first for the contest is that there will be English commentary on the stream provided by Ewan Spence (ESC Insight) and Luke Fisher (JuniorEurovision.tv), they are also doing the radio commentary for Castle FM.
But if the livestream isn’t for you then you can also watch the contest on delay on the following channels:
- Australia – SBS 2 – Sunday 6pm
- Greece – DT (Date not announced)
- Kosovo – RTK (Date not announced)
I hope this helps you get the most out of today’s show.