The Head of Delegation for the Czech Republic, has revealed that the way the results are presented is set to change for Eurovision 2019.
The Czech Head of Delegation has revealed that there will be a ‘new experience in the results, how we will see the results on TV’. He explained that the changes will make the results ‘more dramatic’. The details of the changes have yet be revealed by the host broadcaster KAN or the European Broadcasting Union.
The presentation of the voting during the Eurovision Song Contest has not been changed since 2016. The changes saw the jury voting and the public voting split from each other and revealed separately.
The spokespersons reveal the jury vote from each of the 41 competing countries, points 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10 will appear on-screen, while the 12 points are announced by the spokesperson. After all 41 spokespersons have revealed their points we will know half of the result.
This is then followed by the presenters revealing the results of the televote from the nation that scored the lowest number of points to the highest.
Tel Aviv will host the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in the Expo Tel Aviv (International Convention Centre) on May 14, 16 and 18 2019. After receiving bids from several cities across Israel, the final two remaining candidate cities were Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. KAN recommended Tel Aviv to the Reference Group.
Source: Ceska Televize