Participants in 2014
- F.Y.R. Macedonia
- San Marino
- The Netherlands
- United Kingdom
As the Eurovision Song Contest is heading for its 60th anniversary in 2015, the EBU is presenting a revamped version of the logo. The evolution comes 10 years after the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) launched a generic logo for the competition, back in 2004.
Today, the dates for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest have been put in stone. The contest will be held on the 19th, 21st and 23rd of May next year.
Host Broadcaster of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest, ORF is currently 'on schedule' with their negotiations with the possible host cities, their Director General revealed.
This year, Sebalter brought Switzerland the greatest success in the Eurovision Song Contest since 2005. Therefore, the Swiss public broadcaster has decided to stick to the very same national selection mode for 2015, with the final to be broadcast live from the Bodensee Arena in Kreuzlingen on January 31.
After the summer holidays, the F.Y.R. Macedonian broadcaster MRT is back to the Eurovision Song Contest business. Earlier today, they announced new rules and a date of their national selection. The national final will be a part of the Skopje Festival 2014 and is planned for the 13th of November.