Social media accounts to keep you updated about Eurovision

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Because every single festival and event are also cancelled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic crisis, I am pretty sure that I am not the only one who would like to hear about Eurovision anyway. There has always been the best accounts for keeping up with the Eurovision news via Twitter.

Twitter has always been the best communication and information tool for Eurovision since it had been established. Many news websites and media organizations that are focusing on Eurovision Song Contest only were included in the effective social media applications and websites such as Twitter, Facebook and etc.

Here is a very useful list of Eurovision news reporters and websites that might keep you updated about the current and latest news about Eurovision Song Contest 2020 and upcoming events within the European Broadcasting Union:

 

  1. WiwiBloggs (Twitter) – is the world’s most visited independent website focusing on the Eurovision Song Contest. Established in 2009 and has always been in the Eurovision and reported simultaneously live from the area since then. In April 2015, WiwiBloggs won Arts & Culture Blog of the Year in the National UK Blog Awards. Judged by an independent panel of leading journalists, artists and other British luminaries, this honor recognizes wiwibloggs as the top blog in the United Kingdom across arts, culture and entertainment.
  2. ESChalley (Twitter) – is Turkey’s most visited and popular website focusing on the Eurovision Song Contest. You may find many news and articles about Eurovision in both English and Turkish. They have always been in the contest where the Eurovision has been held in since 2014. They have a huge communication network with the previous years’ participants from Turkey.
  3. EuroVisionary (Website) – was launched on February 2008. It has an international team who works for the website, publishing new articles about the Eurovision Song Contest daily. EuroVisionary has also a column in which people might share their own drawings and artwork about Eurovision.

 

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About Efecan Erdoğan 8 Articles
A Turkish-based journalist who is currently completing the master on Journalism and Media Communications at Griffith College. International Press member of European Broadcasting Union focusing on the Eurovision Song Contest.

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