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Fresh, compelling content and networking opportunities for international programme makers

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Junior Eurovision Song Contest

Promoting young talent in the field of popular music, by encouraging competition among the child performers

Choir of the Year 2017

The EBU invites its member broadcasters to participating in the inaugural edition of a brand new competition format for choirs, to take place on 22 July 2017 in Riga, Latvia.

What we do

Our TV team aims to bring fresh, compelling content and networking opportunities to international programmemakers.

We provide a broad range of services to Members under the guidance of the TV Committee, who drive our activities and overall strategy. We support the public service mission by enabling networking, various Eurovision events (Eurovision Song Contest, Eurovision Connect, Eurovision Creative Forum and more), programme exchanges (Children's Drama & Documentary series, Youth News Exchange and more) and rights acquisitions. We also provide strategic advice regarding the future role of TV in today's fast changing media environment.

Activities and projects are carried out at the request and in close cooperation with EBU Members. All TV projects and initiatives are propelled and supported by the various experts groups and individual steering committees. To find out more, take a look at our latest TV activity report.

Featured Events


Eurovision Creative Forum 2016

The Eurovision Creative Forum showcases the most innovative and engaging programme formats from public service content (PSM) from Europe and beyond.


55th Rose d’Or Awards

Join us for the annual Rose d'Or awards, where entertainment programme makers in TV, radio and online compete for the gold standard of excellence and achievement.

Latest news


EBU Big Data Initiative Workshop highlights how recommendation systems can support values of PSM

Using algorithms to enable audiences to expand their horizons and discover new content has emerged as a key theme for the EBU Big Data Initiative.


17 countries confirmed for Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2016

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has announced the 17 countries taking part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2016. The next generation of young Eurovision stars will be heading for Malta this November for the 14th edition of the annual competition.

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