Czech broadcaster CT have announced that they will once again use a selection show to choose their Eurovision song and artist for 2019. They’ve rebranded slightly, changing the name to ESCZ 2019 (an abbreviation of Eurovision Song CZ).
‘Make your dream come true!’ or so goes the slogan for Romania’s upcoming Eurovision 2019 selection process Selectia Nationala. Following the success of their selection show in 2018, broadcaster TVR will again undertake a multi-city search for their Eurovision representative for 2019.
RTVSLO, the broadcaster responsible the selection for Slovenia’s Eurovision entry, has announced some changes to their selection process for 2019.
Spain’s popular reality talent competition Operacion Triunfo made its return to our screens last year and served as the selection show for the Spanish Eurovision entry for 2018. Due to the success of Alfred y Amaia, broadcaster RTVE have decided to use the format again for Eurovision 2019.
Croatia have announced that they are to return to their national selection show Dora for 2019. The competition had been used to select their Eurovision song from 1993 to 2011, but was discontinued due to a string of poor results and was replaced with internal selection up to and including this year.
German broadcaster NDR this week revealed six artists who will take part in their Eurovision 2019 selection show: Unser Lied für Israel.
News of Eurovision selection shows are coming in thick and fast! The latest nation to throw their hat in the ring is Estonia. National Broadcaster ERR revealed this morning the names of the 24 artists and the titles of their songs that will compete in the Estonian selection show Eesti Laul when it kicks off on 31 January.