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Spain: Private Channel For JESC 2014 Not Possible

Spain Will Not Be In Malta

Spain will not participate in Junior Eurovision 2014 with a private broadcaster. In an attempt to bring countries back to Junior Eurovision, the team at Junior Eurovision had stated that they were looking at allowing non-EBU member stations take part in the contest. This would have paved the way for Spain and Greece to take part in the contest as their public EBU member stations did not wish to take part.

In a tweet by the official Junior Eurovision Twitter account it was said that:

It now seems likely that the total number of countries taking part in the 2014 contest will be 16.

Source: Junior Eurovision Press

8 thoughts on “Spain: Private Channel For JESC 2014 Not Possible”

    1. I doubt they will participate this year (the same as Moldova (who has been rumored to have confirmed a withdrawal at least twice, according to some sources) and Azerbaijan)… especially when there’s only this Monday and then the HoD meeting day this Tuesday for a final decision (well, one could say miracles can happen – but I doubt there’ll be more than 16 at this stage)

  1. And why not private, huh? Mediaset and A3media channels would really say yes unlike TVE.

    At least, they could broadcast it.

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