AMPTV, the Armenian national broadcaster will be selecting their 2013 Eurovision represenative via an internal selection whilst the Armenian entry will be selected via a song selection final.
The Armenian broadcaster has yet again changed their method to select their 2013 Eurovision entry and representative. The broadcaster will stick to its initial plan of selecting their representative internally and will have a song selection to select their entry instead of having a national final to select both their singer and song for Malmö. The Armenian entry will be selected via an expert jury/public vote deliberation. The broadcaster will announce their representative in due course.
The Armenian broadcaster has called for composers who wish to compete in the national final to submit their applications. The call for submission kicks off on 22 January and ends on 20 February. Applicants wishing to participate can do so by sending their entries via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Armenia debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006 with Andre and is yet to win the event. The country’s best placing at the Eurovision Song Contest was in 2008 with Sirusho’s Qele Qele.
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