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Eurovision News Review:

* Late Late Show set for Eurovision special
* Eurovision Search contest: a search engine for Europe
* Entrée d’artistes – the semi finalists
* Dovil? Miknaityt? wins third newcomers heat in Lithuania
* Eleanor – A Voice
* Independent Online Edition > Media
* Life’s a wonderful drag
* Go Mobile Malta Song For Europe Festival 2006

Late Late Show set for Eurovision specialrte.ie – RTE.ie
Viewers will be invited to vote for the song to represent Ireland at the Eurovision Song Contest in Athens in May. The Eurovision special of the ‘Late Late Show’ will also look back at the Top 10 Irish Eurovision songs since the country began competing, including interviews with previous winners. Viewers who vote for the song which is picked as the one to represent Ireland will be entered into a draw for a Renault car. RT? has also decided to extend the closing date for song submissions to Friday 27 January. Over 500 writers have already submitted songs.

Eurovision Search contest: a search engine for EuropeRegister
Politicians should stick to one objective. If that objective is to produce better, more used products than equivalent US technology, they should employ someone from the technology business that understands how these things are done, not write the technology spec themselves. Most Europeans will be famaliar with the Eurovision Song Contest, where every country in Europe produces a song, and then judges from each country vote for their favorites. It never produces any hits, and mostly shows just how bizarre each country’s taste is. Expect the same result from what is, effectively, a Eurovision Search Contest. Copyright © 2006,… Most Europeans will be famaliar with the Eurovision Song Contest, where every country in Europe produces a song, and then judges from each country vote for their favorites. It never produces any hits, and mostly shows just how bizarre each country’s taste is. Expect the same result from what is, effectively, a Eurovision Search Contest. Copyright © 2006,. This weekly newsletter is an assessment of the impact of the week’s events in the world of digital media.

Entrée d’artistes – the semi finalistsesctoday.com
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Last year Ortal places 23rd in the final of the 50th Eurovision Song Contest with her song Chacun pense ? soi. Due to France being one of the Big 4 they will enter the final directly of the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest in Athens in May.

Dovil? Miknaityt? wins third newcomers heat in Lithuaniaesctoday.com
Ten participicants were fighting to get tickets to next round of preselections. The following participants qualified for the next round:

? Dovilė Miknaitytė – The way to you
? Ashtrey – Window to the world
? Intro S – Girl you know
? Onsa – Time to change

Detailed results:
Votes were given by a professional jury and televoters.

Eleanor – A Voicedi-ve.com
Eleanor started singing at a very tender age and to date her CV boasts of various skills in all the performing arts not only as a singer with an impeccable voice but also as an actress as well as a good mover. Apart from all this, Eleanor has recently won “The Golden Stag” Festival as well as the “Astana” Festival in Kazhakistan. Eleanor will also take part in this year’s Eurovision Song Festival with Song No. 8 ‘Tell Me’, written by Paul Giordimania and Fleur Balzan. For Further information about the CD, kindly email us on. com Other Articles.

Independent Online Edition > MediaIndependent
At 67, Terry Wogan can still reasonably lay claim to being Britain’s most successful broadcaster. His Wake Up to Wogan breakfast show on Radio 2 pulls an audience of eight million and has been a phenomenal success since he returned to his favourite medium a year after the BBC1 chat show was taken off air in 1992. Huge television audiences still watch him present the Eurovision Song Contest and Children in Need, neither of which would seem the same without him. So it is an extraordinary coup for UKTV to have brought him into the world of multichannel television, or “extra-terrestrial” as the host himself calls it. Speaking in a London hotel bar two days ahead of the first recording, Wogan expresses the view that the series is a “good idea” but he has hardly drawn breath before mildly rebuking the BBC for not having made it. “The reason I came to doing it – having said that I didn’t want to do another talk show as long as I lived – is that it had that interesting aspect to it. It surprises me in a sense that nobody else in the BBC thought this might be a good idea… It’s not something you would get even in Ireland where I worked for a long time,” he says. Wogan especially comes into his own at the Eurovision Song Contest, which he has hosted for 33 years, with a growing sense of disbelief. “It’s got more and more spectacular, grown to ridiculous proportions, with semi-finals. I always said it would keep me in my declining years, turning out like the World Cup with preliminary rounds,” he says. He caused outrage in Denmark one year by describing the Danish presenters as “Dr Death and the Tooth Fairy”, to the horror of Danes listening via the BBC and not sharing Wogan’s scepticism at the artistic merit of the event. On the back page of this supplement, media figures are asked to say who they most admire in this industry.

Life’s a wonderful dragJerusalem Post
‘[Laila Carry and I] are both patriotic and choose to live [in Israel]. ‘

Now starring in a one-woman show called “Laila Tov Israel” (Good Night Israel), Carry keeps audiences entertained every Friday night at the Hasimta Theater in Jaffa. The multimedia show opens with a video of the Eurovision Song Contest being interrupted by an urgent newscast telling of the sale of the State of Israel to one Miss Laila Carry. It turns out that Carry bought anti-claustrophobia cream in the same purchase on the Shopping Channel. “She isn’t sure she wants to own the country, but she definitely wants the cream,” says Huberman, over tea at a Tel Aviv cafe. Throughout the one-and-a-half hour show, the highly egocentric Carry portrays some 50 characters, espousing her views on all aspects of society, and offending everyone with biting wit. “Politically, she could be extreme right or left depending on how one takes the jokes,” says Huberman.

Go Mobile Malta Song For Europe Festival 2006di-ve.com
The show will be aired live on TVM on Saturday the 4th of February 2006. Viewers are encouraged to vote for the song they like best. By voting, one becomes part of the decision as to which song should represent our country in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Greece. Televoting can be affected by means of SMS voting for Go Mobile and Vodafone users, and from fixed lines, only 3 calls from each line will count for the vote. The cost of each call is 25 cents. Tickets for the Saturday night show are sold out. A few remaining tickets for Friday night are available for sale from the Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta.

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