Junior Eurovision live on the internet!

by Benny Royston 122 views

Officilaly confirmed, everyone everywhere will be able to watch the 2006 Junior Eurovision Song Contest! There is no need to worry for fans in countries that are not participating at the 2006 Junior Eurovision Song Contest! The entire broadcast will go out live on www.junioreurovision.tv. The site is created in co-operation between the EBU and host broadcaster TVR, and the EBU has added a live stream facility that will ensure that everyone can watch the show in high quality.

Aware that many fans have been left disappointed by live streams of national finals from across Europe in the past, we asked Sietse Bakker, the man behind the official website:

Will there be enough bandwidth to ensure people watching on the net can see the whole show with good quality feeds?
"The live stream will work through p2p-technology. The more people watch, the bigger the capacity, there will be two feeds, 350 and 700 and based on your connection, you can pick the one that looks best".

The broadcast starts at 20:15 CET (21:15 local/East European time, 19:15 in the United Kingdom and Ireland). simply go to www.junioreurovision.tv, and click on the 'Live' option next to the video player at the top of the site.

In the meantime, you can see videos of all the competing artists at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest on www.junioreurovision.tvand you still have time to predict the result on esctoday.com's Junior Eurovision BigPoll 2006 before the results are published tomorrow.

Click here to vote now!

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