What happened to esctoday.com last night?

by Sietse Bakker 111 views

Esctoday.com would like to apologise to users for the loss of access to the site. The cause was simply due to the large volume of traffic that the site is now attracting.

The site is now back online due to the great efforts of the esctoday.com team (in particular Wouter van Vliet, head of website development) and the technical support of Interlize Media Solutions. After optimizing several processes at the back-end of the website, the servers are now able to handle more traffic.

For the third consecutive time, a team of nine people from esctoday.com are at the Eurovision Song Contest to cover the preparations for the Eurovision Song Contest live from the Palats Sports in Kyiv, Ukraine.

For more information about editorial services you can contact chief Editor, Sietse Bakker ([email protected]) or Press Officer, Barry Viniker ([email protected])

About us: esctoday.com is the most visited independent Eurovision Song Contest website. More than 30 editors from all over the world deliver daily news about the contest, national selections and (former) participants. The website currently has almost 15,000 subscribed members. Esctoday.com is a project of Interlize and MediaBattery.

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]!