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Poland may return to JESC
Poland may return to JESC

Poland are looking at the possibility of returning to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2016.

Mr Aleksander Pałac the Head of Music at TVP has confirmed that the channel is looking at returning to the contest. Mr Pałac has invited potential participants to submit their songs for the contest in November, but added that decision has not yet been taken by TVP.

Poland last competed in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2004. The country participated in the contest on two occasions in 2003 and 2004, on both ocassions Poland finished last scoring just three points.

Source: Aleksander Pałac

15 thoughts on “Poland: May Return To The Junior Eurovision Song Contest”

  1. With poland particpate and germany debut and france also return the contest could become western again.

    1. In other words, we’re still hoping for Junior Eurovision to remain part of the Eurovision family after 2016, even if some people don’t like the new format.

      1. Junior Eurovision WILL be alive! You see, Poland shows interest, and that’s a good sign! 🙂

      1. Well, I count it as western since it’s to the south of Sweden and borders with both Germany and Lithuania. It’s difficult to say a country is either western our eastern, since the borders between the two blocks aren’t as visible as in the 90s and 80s.

    1. Agree… But I think the format will be changed for 2017 again. Too many people have protested against the new rules. The only change for 2017 I think will be the that the televoting will omce again be in use. Hopefully.

        1. Yeah, I think the televoting will be brought back in 2017, as there will be more countries and a bigger audience (Hopefully)! 😀

  2. I was actually thinking about Poland in JESC and the fact that they participated twice and both times they came last, and now this, WOW! 😀

    1. I thought the same back in 2014, when I saw the fact that Portugal and Greece was returning and Hungary was very close to debut(They did withdraw later) I imagined Moldova, Azerbaijan, Poland, France, Switzerland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland and so on plus the countries already confirmed, that would be around 22 countries, but I wanted even more, like Denmark and Norway. I wanted to have the ability to vote for neighbours, I was only 4 years old back in the days 2005.

  3. Still waiting for these other countries to be confirmed:

    * Armenia
    * Australia
    * Georgia
    * Montenegro
    * San Marino
    * Serbia
    * Sweden
    * Ukraine

    I’m also hoping for one of the following countries to either return or make a debut:

    * Estonia
    * France (2004)
    * Germany
    * Lithuania (2007-08; 2010-11)
    * Spain (2003-06)
    * United Kingdom (2003-05) hopefully with BBC

    Stay tuned! 😉

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