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Turkish TV ponders how to announce Greek Eurovision singer.


The News Review:

– Turkish TV ponders how to announce Greek Eurovision singer.
– Sport on TV: Pie in the sky
– New entrants present an opportunity and a threat.

Turkish TV ponders how to announce Greek Eurovision singer.
Free with registration – Asia Africa Intelligence Wire – AccessMyLibrary.com – Apr 28, 2004
Turkish TV ponders how to announce Greek Eurovision singer. (28-APR-04) Asia Africa Intelligence Wire.

Sport on TV: Pie in the sky
Telegraph.co.uk – Apr 28, 2004
And how we could have done with something to enliven 90 minutes of quite the dullest television this side of the world pool masters. How good it would have been to have had Terry Wogan for instance in full Eurovision cynic mode commenting on the guests as they arrived. “And there’s Claudio Ranieri” Tel might have said “who changed outfits three times in the taxi on the way over here. ” Instead we got fanfares and pomp. But what else should we expect? Sky don’t do irreverence. Nor do they do irony mockery or even gentle critique.

New entrants present an opportunity and a threat.
Free with registration – Europe Intelligence Wire – AccessMyLibrary.com – Apr 27, 2004
(From The Northern Echo) Byline: TONY KEARNEY On Saturday the European Union officially welcomes ten new member states in to its ranks. TONY KEARNEY asks what effect enlargement will have on the North-East economy LATVIA and Slovenia are the sort of nations only geography teachers dedicated Eurovision fans and a handful of diehard football bores could place on a map. But if the Europhiles are to be believed come next week they will be key to the economic fortunes of the region. On May 1 ten new member states join the EU ? the Baltic states of Poland Latvia Lithuania and Estonia; the Central European nations of Slovenia the Czech Republic the Slovak Republic and Hungary; and the Mediterranean islands of Malta and Cyprus. The ten bring with them a population of 75 million people taking the total number of people living within the new 25-member EU above 450 million and representing an enormous and potentially lucrative market for NorthEast exporters. Any remaining barriers to trade with the accession states will vanish overnight opening up swathes of the former Soviet Bloc to free trade within Europe and providing a stepping stone to Russia itself.

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