esctoday.com team prepare in Helsinki

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More of the esctoday.com team are arriving in Helsinki today, and by next week, we will have the largest website team in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest on location to bring you the most in depth coverage so far. Coming up, all the news, views photographs and videos from rehearsals, press conferences, interviews, parties, the Euroclub, and everything going on around Helsinki as Finland prepares to host it's first Eurovision Song Contest.

esctoday.com will be going all-out to bring you as much comprehensive coverage as possible so if you're not joining us in Helsinki, you'll be able to follow all the developments like never before. This year, we will have not one, not two but three roving esctoday.com video cameras (named Istanbul, Kyiv and Athens) so when parties clash, and everyone in Helsinki has to chose between them, you will find coverage from all of them on esctoday.com.

There are also one or two surprises in store for our readers as esctoday.com helps to bring the performers and the Eurovision Song Contest closer to the fans and readers than ever before. So sit back, refresh your browsers and stay tuned to esctoday.com for the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest.

You can find our multimedia coverage, comeptitions coverage and much more under the 'What's Hot' box on the homepage below the latest videos and Finland 2007 boxes.

The full esctoday.com 'Helsinki 2007' on-location team':
Barry Viniker
Richard West Soley
Wouter van Vliet
Danny Mekic
Cyrus Engerer
Stella Floras
Miguel Granga
Steve Holyer
Victor Hondal
Charlotte Jensen
Sergio Jiandani
Aris Kalimeris
Ilari Karhapaa
Yiorgos Kasapoglou
Tom Espen Hansen
Matthias Mattsson
James Orton
Nina Pinto
Rene Romkes
Jarmo Siim

Once again this year, all esctoday.com team members have paid their travel, accomodation and expenses themselves.Many are taking holiday from their dayjobs orstudies, leaving families, partnersand children behind to bring you all the latest news, views, comments, coverage and more.

The site remains voluntary and of course, no payments or donations from broadcasters, participants or any party connected to the competition are received or accepted. To support esctoday.com, and help us raise funds for development and new servers needed to keep the site online for the next two weeks and beyond, please donate here.

ESCToday is growing and always looks for new members to join our team! Feel free to drop us a line if you're interested! Use the Contact Us page or send us an email at [email protected]!