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Publicēts: 02.03.2010.
Valoda: Angļu
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Main organiser and owner of the ESC is European Broadcasting Union (EBU) - the largest professional association of national broadcasters in the world. It serves 75 active Members in 56 countries in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East together with 43 associate Members around the world. The list of all of them can be found in Appendix 3 (EBU, 2009). As the member states have stretched geographically, there are several countries outer of Europe that are members, containing broadcasters from the North African countries Tunisia, Egypt, Algeria and Morocco, as well Lebanon, Jordan and Israel, and, Canada and Japan. At the same time the only completely non-European nation in the contest is Israel (Gripsrud, 2007). A large amount of the organization of the ESC is in hands of the Host Broadcaster of the event. The EBU supports the Host Broadcaster; it also takes care of brand management, international marketing activities, general communications and the official website (Eurovision, 2009). However, the EBU is not involved in the national selections. But it asks for full information on the chosen procedure (Eurovision.TV, 2009). The Eurovision Song Contest Reference Group is the official Expert Committee for all Members, its aim is to guide and control the ESC. Procuring the financing, developing the brand, increasing awareness and overseeing the yearly preparation by the Host Broadcaster, as well as approving the development and future format of the ESC are the main tasks of it. Speaking about the Host Broadcaster, traditionally, the ESC is being produced by the national public broadcaster of the country that won the year before. This year it is Channel One Russia. It works in close cooperation with the EBU and over 40 participating Member Broadcasters from across Europe. Each public broadcaster participating in the ESC appoints a Head of Delegation - the leader of the participating country’s delegation and the EBU’s contact person (Eurovision, 2009). …

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