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It is today at half past eight in the morning, exactly one year ago that, the website you are visiting now, for the first time went online to the general public.

Between all the news about the Junior Eurovision Song Contest by we want to briefly dwell on this first anniversary as editor, a small milestone. We started on Monday 16 november 2015 featuring the five candidates of eurosong 2016, and the rest is now recent history.


A year later we even in the Eurovision-restricted periods more than 300 unique visitors daily. More than 800 people on facebook find our page fun, we are the 300 followers on twitter voorbijgefietst. Also on instagram, YouTube and Spotify we reach an ever wider audience. In addition, all more than 160,000 people on one year, found their way to this website, and the number is growing every day. This is not only to Belgians: also a faithful Dutch people visit our site regularly.

The full editorial wants to thank all visitors for their faithful visit and comments, both the fine as the critical, because there are all the better for it. Explicitly, we would also like to thank the people who are not part of the editorial staff, but us lasting support and thus their indispensable contribution continue to contribute to Early next year comes the usual heat carousel going again, and promise again to be busy times for Eurovision fans. All about the preliminary rounds before and leading up to the Eurovision Song Contest, of course, you can read here, on 2017.


For at least another year to continue to Captivate thousands of readers with the latest Eurovision News from home and abroad, we are looking for extra hands that many, but fun work lighter. Do you have some free time, interest in the song contest and you can join seamlessly verbs? Then you are the person we are looking for. Email us with some information about yourself on, and who knows you be out soon by our editors.

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