We work with EBU Members on a number of co-productions and content offers. Discover some of our long-standing formats and series below, including the Eurovision Song Contest. You can also discover new and current opportunities on showcase.ebu.ch.
Eurovision TV Programme Exchange
The Eurovision TV Programmes Exchange is a framework allowing member broadcasters to exchange TV content across a range of genres on a reciprocal basis
Children's Documentary Series
The Children's Documentary Series encourages the production and theexchange oh high-quality, original, true-life documentaries for an audience of 10-to-12 year olds.
Eurovision Young Dancers
The 15th edition of Eurovision Young Dancers took place in Prague on 16 December 2017 hosted by Czech Television.
"New Neighbours" is about people who had to leave their home and try to integrate into a new neighbourhood, new village, new city, new society.
Modern, multicultural city life portraying a colourful patchwork of people living in major European cities...
Generation What? - Europe
GENERATION WHAT? – EUROPE is the international version of a successful French format developed by independent production companies Yami2 and Upian for France Télévisions. This transmedia format combines...
The New Shakespeare Songbook
EBU Members in 6 different countries pay an eclectic musical tribute to William Shakespeare on the 400th anniversary of his death (23 April 2016).
The Road to War
As the world begins to commemorate the centenary of World War I, a landmark documentary from ORF will revisit the events of 28 June 1914 in Sarajevo.
World War I Broadcast Archives
Eurovision and Euroradio are facilitating the creation of a unique pool of TV and radio archive material relating to World War One...
Eurovision's Why Poverty? Day is part of a global initiative to support the broader "Why Poverty?" cross-media event, with an audience reach of 500 million people. Eurovision’s Why Poverty? Day, on 29...