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Eurovision: Europe Shine a Light will be a live television programme, organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and produced by the Dutch broadcasters AVROTROS, NOS and NPO. It will replace the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, which was planned to be held in Rotterdam, Netherlands, but was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The show will be broadcast live from Hilversum, Netherlands on 16 May 2020 and is expected to last approximately two hours. It will be hosted by Chantal Janzen, Edsilia Rombley and Jan Smit, who had been chosen to present the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 before its cancellation.
 

 

 

 

Background
As the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 could not take place due to the outbreak of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Europe, the EBU decided to organise Eurovision: Europe Shine a Light as an alternative. The name was inspired by the song "Love Shine a Light" by Katrina and the Waves, which won the Eurovision Song Contest 1997. This will be the fourth time that the EBU organises a special show in the Eurovision format, after the shows for the 25th, 50th and 60th anniversaries.

Format
During the programme, all 41 songs that had been chosen to take part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 will be honoured in a non-competitive format. Participants from the past will also be invited to make an appearance. Together, the artists will perform "Love Shine a Light" from their respective home countries. Clips of Eurovision fans singing along to "What's Another Year" by Johnny Logan, which won the Eurovision Song Contest 1980 in The Hague, will be shown as well.

 

Location

On 1 April 2020, Hilversum was confirmed as the host city for the event and Studio 21 in Media Park was confirmed as the venue of the show. It will be the second time Hilversum hosts a Eurovision event, having previously hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 1958.



Presenters
The show will be hosted by three presenters: actress and television host Chantal Janzen, singer and commentator for the contest Jan Smit, and singer Edsilia Rombley, who represented the Netherlands in the 1998 and 2007 contests. They would have been the three hosts of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. Beauty vlogger Nikkie de Jager will host the show's online content.
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Performances

The show will feature performances from the following past Eurovision artists:

Azerbaijan: Ell & Nikki "Running Scared"
Sweden: Måns Zelmerlöw "Heroes"
Serbia: Marija Šerifović "Molitva"
Israel: Gali Atari and past Junior Eurovision contestants "Hallelujah"
Germany: Michael Schulte "Ein bißchen Frieden"
Netherlands: Ilse DeLange
Israel: Netta "Cuckoo"
Netherlands: Duncan Laurence "Someone Else"


Landmarks

Various landmarks across Europe will be illuminated as part of a segment of the show named Europe Shine a Landmark. So far, it has been confirmed that the following landmarks will be featured in the programme: 

Belgium: Atomium Brussels   
Cyprus: Presidential Palace Nicosia   
France: Eiffel Tower Paris  
Germany: TBA TBA   
Greece: Acropolis Athens    
Italy: Verona Arena Verona   
Lithuania: Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre Vilnius 
 

 

 

Broadcasters 
The following countries have so far confirmed that they would broadcast the live show, a full list will be revealed in the coming weeks.

 


  Albania

  Armenia

  Australia

  Austria

  Azerbaijan

  Belarus

  Belgium

  Bulgaria

  Croatia

  Cyprus

  Czech Republic

  Denmark

  Estonia

  Finland

  France

  Georgia

  Germany

  Greece

  Iceland

  Ireland

  Israel

  Italy

  Latvia

  Lithuania

  Malta

  Moldova

  Netherlands

  North Macedonia

  Norway

  Poland[c]

  Portugal

  Romania

  Russia

  San Marino

  Serbia

  Slovenia

  Spain

  Sweden

   Switzerland

  Ukraine

  United Kingdom

  Bosnia-Herzegovina

  Kazakhstan

  Kosovo

  Montenegro

 

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Here's where to watch Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light


Posted 16 April 2020 at 12:55 CEST

 

'Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light' will bring audiences across Europe and around the world together on 16 May for a very special show. 46 broadcasters have picked up the show: here's where you can watch it!

Following the cancellation of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, the EBU and its Dutch Members NPO, NOS and AVROTROS confirmed they will produce Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light to air in place of the Grand Final on Saturday 16 May at 21:00 CEST.

The show will honour all 41 participating entries in a non-competitive format and provide all kinds of surprises for viewers at home along the way. It will also bring together 2020’s artists, from their locations across Europe, in a unifying performance of Eurovision 1997's Love Shine A Light by Katrina And The Waves.

Just like the Eurovision Song Contest would have been, the show will be hosted by Dutch Eurovision presenters Chantal Janzen, Edsilia Rombley (Eurovision 1998 and 2007) and Jan Smit.

 

As a special feature, the EBU will bring Eurovision fans together for an unforgettable virtual sing-a-long on screen. Fans from across the world will dress up and form a huge Eurovision choir and sing Johnny Logan's What's Another Year. You won't want to miss this!

 

Where to watch Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light

 

All 41 participating broadcasters will air the show:

Albania - RTSH

Armenia - AMPTV

Australia - SBS

Austria - ORF

Azerbaijan - Ictimai TV

Belarus - BTRC

Belgium - VRT

Bulgaria - BNT

Croatia - HRT

Cyprus - CyBC

Czech Republic 1 CT

Denmark - DR

Estonia - ERR

Finland - YLE

France - FT

Georgia - GPB

Germany - ARD/NDR

Greece - ERT

Iceland - RUV

Ireland - RTE

Israel - IPBC/Kan

Italy - RAI

Latvia - LTV

Lithuania - LRT

Malta - PBS

Moldova - TRM

the Netherlands - AVROTROS

North Macedonia - MKRTV

Norway - NRK

Poland - TVP

Portugal - RTP

Romania - TVR

Russia - C1R

San Marino - RTV

Serbia - RTS

Slovenia - RTVSLO

Spain - TVE

Sweden - SVT

Switzerland - SRG / SSR

Ukraine - UA:PBC

United Kingdom - BBC

 

Other broadcasters that will air the show include:

Belgium - RTBF

Bosnia & Herzegovina - BHRT

Kazakhstan - Khabar TV

Kosovo - RTK

Montenegro - RTCG

 

The live show is expected to last approximately 2 hours. More details about the line-up will be revealed in the weeks to come. The show will also be broadcast on our official YouTube channel.

 

What are you most hoping to see one the Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light stage? Let us know in the comments below!

 

note

https://eurovision.tv/story/heres-where-to-watch-eurovision-europe-shine-a-light?fbclid=IwAR0w-d1Iju7R2d8-65kgh0HZohnGRjhOF7IP1xT4wW6WgG9DnA9aiSQ6OPk  (info link)
on the link where you look down on the page there is a list of all countrys who will show this
on this countrys  push on that  and you get the link to each   countrys web-tv link

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10 hours ago, Starry_Night said:

 

 

yes  🙂  its a eurovision night   tonight

from 21:00 cet

 

 

Norway

Nrk1

19:40 – 21:00 -  https://tv.nrk.no/serie/beat-for-beat/2020/MUHU14000520  (episode will be add after it been on tv)

21:00-23:00 - https://tv.nrk.no/serie/eurovision-song-contest/2020/MUHU26003820  (episode will be add after it been on tv)

 

Note

Norway do not share live web-tv   direckte

 

Sweden

Svt1 - https://www.svtplay.se/video/26768585/eurovision-europe-shine-a-light  (live web-tv)

21:00-23:00

 

 

Germany

Ard - https://www.ardmediathek.de/ard/live/Y3JpZDovL2Rhc2Vyc3RlLmRlL0xpdmVzdHJlYW0tRGFzRXJzdGU  (live web-tv)

20:15-21:00-23:00

Or eurovision.de   web-tv

https://www.eurovision.de/news/ESC-2020-Programm-fuer-den-Finalabend,shows102.html   (I will add the link as soon they add it on there homepage)

 

denmark

dr1  - https://www.dr.dk/drtv/kanal/20875  (live web-tv)

21,00-23,00

 

Youtube

21:00-23:00

Eurovision song contest 2020 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAo_LxJzALw  (live web-tv)

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Ooh sorry new update from germany channel “ARD”

 

Germany

Ard - https://www.ardmediathek.de/ard/live/Y3JpZDovL2Rhc2Vyc3RlLmRlL0xpdmVzdHJlYW0tRGFzRXJzdGU  (live web-tv)

20:15-21:30 – eurovision song contest 2020

21,55-00:00 – eurovision song contest 2020 – europe shine a light

00:05.03:30 -  eurovision song contest 2010

Or eurovision.de   web-tv

https://www.eurovision.de/news/Deutsches-ESC-Finale-Diskutiert-live-mit,socialtv358.html  (live web-tv)

 

so  ard wil not show  the officiele show at 21:00

it been move to  21:55

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