Eurovision 2018: Production Team Headquarters: behind the scenes tour part 2

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Following yesterday’s exclusive behind the scenes video the Portuguese national broadcaster has released more exclusive backstage material from the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest Production Team’s headquarters.

RTP, the 2018 Eurovision host broadcaster has released two more exclusive videos showcasing the 2018 Eurovision Production Team.

RTP is working round the clock in order to showcase the best of Portugal when Eurovision lands in Lisbon next May.

Nuno Galopim (Eurovision 2018 consultant/script supervisor)  takes us a on yet another special guided tour to the 2018 Eurovision Production Team’s hub and shows us how they are working round the clock in order to accomplish their targets and goals.

Carla Bugalho from HoD to Executive Producer

In today’s videos we meet Ms Carla Bugalho (Deputy Executive Producer Eurovision 2018) who sheds more light on her work and introduces us to some of the key persons involved in the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest and the teams working behind the scene: the Postcard team, the Events team, the technical team.

Carla was the Head of Delegation for Portugal last year when the country triumphed in the Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv with flying colours. The multi talented Portuguese television professional will be playing a key role in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.

This year’s Eurovision Song Contest has a truly international touch with professionals from Austria, Norway, Germany, Sweden etc in the core and creative teams.

In the second video Nuno show’s us the view from the Production Headquarters (Portugal Pavillion) overlooking the Tagus River with the Altice Arena on the left and the Lisbon Oceanarium on the right.

Nuno’s tour part 2

Nuno’s tour part 3

From stregth to strength

The EBU and RTP’s are working together from strength to strength in order to produce a magnificent Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon.  Pavilhão de Portugal will be their base for the coming weeks, the premises are just a stone throw away from the 2018 Eurovision venue, the Altice Arena.

The 2018 Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled to be held on the 8, 10 and 12 May at the Altice Arena in Lisbon, Portugal.


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