Press releases

  • Today the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and the Host Broadcaster of the 2009 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, NTU, held a joint press conference in the Kyiv Palace of Sports.

  • The preparations for the 2009 Junior Eurovision Song Contest are proceeding as planned. Further to a comprehensive review of the current situation in Ukraine and discussions between European Broadcasting Union (EBU), Host Broadcaster NTU and the Ukrainian Ministry of Health, a decision has been reached that the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, will take place on 21 November at the Palats Sportu in Kyiv, Ukraine.

  • The hosts for the upcoming Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine, have been chosen! It's going to be Ani Lorak, Timur Miroshnichenko and Dmytro Borodin. Artem Nikiforov and Kateryna Tymoshenko will host the internet backstage coverage.

  • Moments ago, the running order for the 2009 Junior Eurovision Song Contest was announced at the Heads of Delegation meeting in Kyiv. The first and last countries were decided by draw, as well as Host Country Ukraine. The other countries were drawn into two groups, the producers of the show then decided upon the most diverse running order.

  • JuniorEurovision.tv can exclusively present to you the stage design for the 2009 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Kyiv, Ukraine, on the 21st of November.

  • On the first day of the Heads of Delegation meeting in Kyiv, Ruslan Tkachenko, Executive Producer of the 2009 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, presented the ins and outs of the event.

  • Sweden will open the 2009 Junior Eurovision Song Contest and FYR Macedonia will close the competition. The Host Country, Ukraine, was drawn in 10th position. That was the result of the draw that took place at the Blockbuster Entertainment Centre in Kyiv, earlier today. Marietta and Timur Miroshnychenko hosted the draw event.

  • The host of this year's Junior Eurovision Song Contest, the Ukrainian broadcaster NTU has released some exciting new details about the upcoming contest! JuniorEurovision.tv is here to report exactly what they said.

  • It is still over five months before the 2009 Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Kyiv, Ukraine, yet the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) Steering Group of the event already picked the destination for the 2010 running of the contest! The bid to host the 8th Junior Eurovision Song Contest was won by Belarusian broadcaster BTRC, which will host the competition at the brand new Minsk Arena in the country's capital.

  • Young talents between 10 and 15 years old from 13 countries will gather in Kyiv, Ukraine, this November to take part in the 7th running of the annual Junior Eurovision Song Contest, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) announces today. The live show, hosted by national public broadcaster NTU, is set to take place on Saturday, 21st of November, and will be broadcast live on television across Europe and on the internet via www.junioreurovision.tv.