From algorithm camps to staging advice to fully generated songs, artificial intelligence could be the next frontier in Eurovision’s quest to utilize modern technologies. But the moral implications of AI puts the question of if the delegations should use these tools in the name of winning a contest.
From the flight prices, hotel accommodations, and ticket prices— many fans are simply priced out of participating in this year’s festivities in-person. Find out how Eurovision 2024 could possibly be more affordable for fans to travel to
We’re just about to hit 70 days until the contest starts in Liverpool, and we’re here for you with the latest. The EBU had announced the hosts for this year, flying the two flags of the United Kingdom and Ukraine. We also talk a little about the Swiss artist, followed by the song releases fromContinue reading “EurovisionFam Weekly Stream: February 26th”
While Eurovision grows closer with each passing day, there have been some fantastic and exciting announcements made, and a great deal of hype building up to the show in Turin. However, it could be argued, the EBU has possibly made a few notable PR missteps this Eurovision year. Let us take a look at someContinue reading “EBU Press Missteps”
In the month following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, we saw several organizations hesitate on punishing the country before slowly isolating it from the world. The IOC and the EBU have similar apolitical goals in history, though foiled due to soft power ambitions and war. Can these be compromised in the future?
With the EBU’s recent rejection of multiple fan-based media, it creates a problem on how Eurovision is covered. How do we fix it?