Eurovision.tv volunteers

Editors

Marco Brey

Marco Brey, from Germany, has been in the team since 2007 when he helped to cover the Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki.

Victor M. Escudero

Victor M. Escudero from Spain, has been with the team since the 2010 season when the contest was held in Oslo, Norway.

Jakov Leon from Serbia, joined the team in 2013. He's been a professional journalist for over 20 years and has extensive Eurovision Song Contest coverage experience.

Gordon Roxburgh

Gordon Roxburgh, from United Kingdom, joined the Eurovision.tv team in the 2010 season. He's also one of the most informed people in the world about the UK history at the Eurovision Song Contest.

Olena Omelyanchuk was helping the team out already in 2008 but officially joined the ranks in 2011. She has a Ukrainian background.

Simon Storvik-Green, from the United Kingdom, joined the team in 2010 when the contest was in Oslo, Norway.

Video producers

Wim Dehandschutter

Wim Dehandschutter, who's of Belgian origin, joined the Eurovision.tv team in 2008 for the Belgrade edition of Europe's favourite TV-show.

Jan Demulder

Jan Demulder, from Belgium, has been a member of the team since 2008 when the contest took place in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.

Stijn Smulders

Stijn Smulders, who comes from the Netherlands, joined the team in 2011 and has a solid background in video production.

Photographers

Thomas Hanses from Germany, is the newest member of the team but has already a lot of experience from different live events!

Sander Hesterman joined in 2013 and is from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He's an accomplished photographer in his homeland,

Andres Putting, coming from Estonia, joined the team in 2012 and is one of the country's top press photographers.

Not to forget..

Jarmo Siim (Estonia) is the Communications Coordinator for the Eurovision Family of Events and the Editor-in-Chief of Eurovision.tv. He supports communications, public relations and New Media activities, and coordinates the efforts of the volunteer team that is backing the websites.
Wouter van Vliet (The Netherlands) is the Project Developer of the Eurovision Family of Events As such, he is dealing with development of all Eurovision Family event websites and maintains the technical facilities behind them.

Technical solutions

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Hosting by Equinix
The official websites of the Eurovision Song Contest, Junior Eurovision Song Contest and Eurovision Dance Contest are hosted by Equinix, in one of the most secure data centres of Europe. Housed in the former distribution centre of Dutch National Bank, Equinix provides secure hosting, broadband network solutions and storage solutions.
Streaming by Octoshape
Octoshape
is handling all online streaming for the Eurovision Family of events. Octoshape's mission is to lower the costs and increase the quality of live and on-demand streaming. Having created a unique technology for streaming audio and video, Octoshape wants to better the user experience of streaming content, while cutting costs for the broadcasters.

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