Press Centre

Welcome to the EBU's press and media centre

Welcome

Our Communications team will keep you up to date with the latest news and developments at the EBU. You can read our press releases below or check out our social media feeds for more news. We can also provide information and intelligence on the role of public service media and the performance of our Members.

EBU Members and journalists can contact us by email at press@ebu.ch or by telephone on +41 22 717 2220. Please get in touch if you'd like to be added to our mailing lists.

You can also follow us on social media:

For enquiries about the Eurovision Song Contest, members of the press should call +41 22 717 2500 or email press@eurovision.tv. More info can be found on the eurovision.tv press page.

For general enquiries, members of the public should call +41 22 717 2111 or email info@ebu.ch.

Learn more about the EBU on our About Us page. You can also explore our history and discover some of the EBU's seminal moments through our timeline.

Get In Touch

EBU Press Centre
press@ebu.ch
T +41 22 717 2220

Eurovision Song Contest Press Enquiries
press@eurovision.tv
T +41 22 717 2500

Contacts

Press Releases

19 JULY 2021
EBU appoints new Head of Moscow

EBU appoints new Head of Moscow

Kate de Pury, a journalist and news editor with extensive international experience, has been appointed...

08 JULY 2021
Eurovision Sport’s Fratellia promoted to new position of Commercial Director

Eurovision Sport’s Fratellia promoted to new position of Commercial Director

Pascal Fratellia, Head of Football Rights at the EBU since 2007, has been promoted to the newly-created...

01 JULY 2021
Providing a European perspective…public service media allied to offer an innovative news sharing model across the continent

Providing a European perspective…public service media allied to offer an innovative news sharing model across the continent

Ten public service broadcasters are set to change the way in which Europeans consume news by using cutting-edg...

Blogs

09 JULY 2021
New EBU tool helps broadcasters capture the excitement of UEFA Euro2020

New EBU tool helps broadcasters capture the excitement of UEFA Euro2020

On the eve of the UEFA Euro2020™️ Finals, Christophe Pasquier, Head of Audio & Innovation at Eurovision...

02 JUNE 2021
Keeping innovation alive through the next crisis

Keeping innovation alive through the next crisis

Innovation requires stable structures and long-term thinking to help entire industries overcome the dominant...

21 MAY 2021
Eurovision is back and more important than ever

Eurovision is back and more important than ever

Not many 65-year-olds make it across the Atlantic to break into US network television.  But that is exactly...

Logos and Photos

Photos

Download official and high resolution photos of EBU events, services and management along with our Geneva headquarters on our photo platform, photos.ebu.ch. Always include the photo credit as per indicated in the download terms. For any other photo requests, please contact our Branding & Publications Manager.

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Logos

The EBU and Eurovision logos contribute to the image of the entire union. They must include all the letters of the wordmark and the tagline underneath - the two elements are inseparable. Any requests to use the EBU or Eurovision logo for digital or printed media are subject to validation by EBU Communications.

For all questions regarding the use of our online or print logos, or for special photo requests, please contact our Branding & Publications Manager.

Contact detail

Michelle Roverelli
Head of Communications, Marketing and Events

+41 79 647 17 24
roverelli@ebu.ch
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Annual Report

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In our 2020-2021 Annual Report, we look back on a difficult year, but also a very rewarding one, which has seen the EBU has developed even closer relationships with its Members and respond more effectively to their needs. It has also provided the opportunity to reaffirm the importance of public service media to society.

As our societies continue to adapt and respond to an unprecedented crisis, public service media have been there to accompany them and listen to their needs, such as stepping in for educational purposes, supporting the cultural industries and, more than ever, defending the right to free and trustworthy news for all.

As the digital space has grown in our daily lives, the EBU is offering tools, content and international collaborations to support Members in sharing and creating high-end productions. We’re also strongly involved in sketching the future of a strong European audiovisual market, and committed to caring for future generations of young audiences.