Emmelie de Forest brought the Eurovision Song Contest back to Denmark and the Eurovision 2014 season begun moments after her winning performance. Do YOU want to be part of it all?
During the past 5 months, esctoday.com entered a new phase (a transition which is still undergoing). On 12/12/12, esctoday.com was introduced as the first Eurovision news site with responsive design (making it adjustable to all the devices it was browsed by). We enhanced our social media presence by running for the first time the BigPoll 2013 (the annual prediction tool which was accurate 70% on the first semi-final, 60% on the second semi-final and it predicted the winner and the top 4 countries). Furthermore, esctoday.com brought the audience closer to the atmosphere of the Eurovision Song Contest spirit by running special draws where it was giving away free passes to parties being held in Malmö as well as press material exclusively for our readers. But mostly, our coverage was specific and to the point. Esctoda.com was everywhere in Malmö.
What about now?
We live in times where accurate information is mixed with rumours, biased opinions and frauds. The #1 rule underlying esctoday the past 12 years is to deliver independent and objective coverage of the Eurovision Song Contest news. Esctoday.com is well known for its’ values and our team is working 24/7 under this sole rule!
Do you want to be part of the madness and the joy?
- Do you have a passion for the Eurovision Song Contest?
- Would you rather hunt news and share it rather than just sit back and read it?
- Do you have time to spare for that?
- Do you speak English (mother tongue or as a foreign language – Common European Framework Level C1+)?
- Do you have innovative ideas?
- Are you good at (one or more of the following): interviewing artists, working on videos, editing text, presenting live shows (audio or video)?
Then you are the right person to join the constantly growing team of the most visited independent Eurovision website the past 12 years! Yes! Esctoday.com is constantly looking for new family members to join our forces and bring fresh air to the Eurovision scene (editors, journalists, photographers, graphic designers, web/mobile developers, media producers, social media administrators, radio and/or TV presenters).
What’s in it for you?
Everyone contributing on esctoday.com is a volunteer. So what’s in it for you if you choose to join us?
First and foremost you become part of the largest, most visited and best respected independent Eurovision news site in the world. Just between May 23 2012 and May 23 2013, esctoday.com received 8.5 million page views. So your work gets read by millions of people around the globe and your name becomes recognizable. You get to work with artists and broadcasters from all over the European Broadcasting area. You get to cover local events (national finals etc) as an esctoday.com journalist and live the experience from within (it’s hard work but fun). You get the thrill of sharing accurate news with the Eurovision society. It’s totally addictive! And finally? You make a difference!
For more information about joining the board, email us now at [email protected] and share a mini bio of yourself as well as what do you see yourself doing at esctoday.com!