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02 Mar. 2023 / 10:38

The Eurovision 2023 National Final is expected to be watched by over 10 million Europeans

The Eurovision Final in Moldova will be broadcast for the first time in 10 countries by two international TV channels.

Both entertainment channels are available to audiences in Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Israel, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

These stations have been covering the international Eurovision Song Contest since 2008 through documentaries, interviews, reports and broadcasts of the national selection stages.

Following the broadcast of the National Final, the two European broadcasters will give promotional space to the representative of the Republic of Moldova, through interviews in special programmes.

National Eurovision 2023 Final will take place on 4 March, starting at 19:00, and will be broadcast live on TV Moldova 1, on the websites and, on the Eurovision Moldova Facebook page and on the official YouTube page of Teleradio Moldova.

The jury will award 50% of the points to the finalists and 50% to the public. Viewers will be able to vote online and free of charge for the contestant who will represent our country at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023.

The contestant or band with the highest score in the National Final will represent our country at the International Stage of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, which will take place in Liverpool on 9-13 May. 


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