Eurovision 2016 hasn’t even taken place and Estonia have begun preparations for their selection process for Eurovision 2017.
Mart Normet the Head of Entertainment for ERR tweeted earlier this week that work on the adverts for Eesti Laul 2017 had begun. This years Eesti Laul saw the contest return the venue for the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest making it the largest selection process Estonia has held in recent years for the Eurovision Song Contest. The Eesti Laul format has been used since 2009 and has seen the country qualify for the final five out of seven times since it was introduced.
To date only Portugal has said it will compete in Eurovision 2017.
Source: Mart Normet