Tonight the Grand Final of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 takes place in Gliwice, but where can you watch, stream and listen to the show?
With nineteen countries taking part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, there’s more ways than ever to watch, stream and listen to this years show. Below is a breakdown of where you can watch, listen and stream this years competition live from Gliwice, Poland.
- Albania – RTSH
- Armenia – Armenia 1
- Belarus – Belarus 1 and Belarus 24
- France – France 2
- Georgia – First Channel
- Italy – Rai Gulp
- Kazakhstan – Khabar 24
- Lithuania – TVP Wilno
- Malta – TVM
- North Macedonia – MRT 1
- The Netherlands – NPO Zapp
- Poland – TVP ABC, TVP HD and TVP Polonia
- Portugal – RTP1, RTP Internacional
- Russia – Karusel, NTV
- Spain – La 1, TVE Internacional
- Serbia – RTS2
- Ukraine – UA:First, UA:Kultura
- Wales – S4C
The following broadcasters are airing the competition on delay:
- Ireland – TG4 – Broadcast at 20:00 CET
- Australia – ABC Me – Broadcast on November 25 at 18:00 (GMT+11)
Radio coverage of this years contest is provided through Radio Six International (United Kingdom) and FunKids Radio (United Kingdom). All three broadcasts start at 15:45 CET and feature commentary from ESC Insight’s Ewan Spence.