Eurovision 2002: budget is critical

by Jarmo Siim 48 views

Ilmar Raag, CEO of the Estonian broadcaster ETV, told that he is concerned about the money the Estonian governement promised to pay for the Eurovision Song Contest.

Raag told that it takes too much time, but ETV needs to pay for some things right away and the EBU will pay its share after the contest.

Daniel Varik, who is responsible for the communication between the Estonian governement and the press, told that ETV can get as much money they need from the State Treasury.

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