Broadcasters were offered two versions of the stage for Junior Eurovision 2020 to film their performances in their own countries.
BTRC has revealed that the broadcasters who have opted to film their performances in their own country, were offered two versions of the contest stage to use. One version of the stage featured LED screens, while the other more simplified stage used projections instead.
The Belarusian broadcaster states that it opted to use the LED screens as it has the technology available, it also appears from procurement documents that RTVE of Spain also opted to use LED screens.
The Junior Eurovision Song Contest takes place on November 29. Thirteen countries are competing in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020. They are:
- Belarus – Arina Pehtereva – “Aliens”
- France – Valentina – “J’imagine”
- Germany – Susan – “Stronger With You”
- Kazakhstan – Karakat Bashanova – “Forever”
- Malta – Chanel Monseigneur – “Chasing Sunsets”
- Netherlands – Unity – “Best Friends”
- Poland – Alicja Tracz – “I’ll Be Standing”
- Russia – Sofia Feskova – “Moy novy den”
- Serbia – Petar Aničić – “Heartbeat”
- Spain – Soleá – “Palante”
- Ukraine – Oleksandr Balabanov – “Vidkryvai”
Three countries are reported to have travelled to Warsaw alongside the host nation, while the remaining nine nations have recorded their performances in their own country.