Gliwice-Silesia 2019

Press accreditations for Junior Eurovision 2019

It’s never too early to start packing bags for November. There are oh so many ways for you to watch and be part of JESC 2019. If you are a member of the press though and wish to cover the event from the comfort of a warm press centre, then we have some GOOD news for you. The press accreditation applications are now open for Junior Eurovision 2019!

As stated above, members of the press are free to send in their applications until October 25 and (hopefully) snatch up some accreditations. Who may apply, you ask? Well, we happen to have JUST the answers:

  • bona fide representatives of media outlets, such as journalists, photographers, camera and sound crews, bloggers and vloggers;
  • bona fide representatives of media outlets which have a broad reach within society on various channels (tv, radio, online and print, international news agencies);
  • representatives of (inter)national fan community outlets.

Unfortunately, no accreditations for fans will be available. You can apply by heading over to Accredion and further details and rules about applying can be found HERE.

The Story of Junior Eurovision 2019 so far

This year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in the Gliwice Arena, Poland, on the 24th November 2019. It marks the first time Poland will host a music-based Eurovision event! Last year, Roksana Węgiel brought Poland its first Eurovision-adjacent win with “Anyone I Want To Be”

The following nineteen countries have confirmed their participation:

Are you looking forward to Junior Eurovision 2019? Are you part of the press and plan on applying for accreditations? Do they aim to make our Halloween even scarier by making us wait for the outcome? Let us know!

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