Eurovision (disambiguation)


Eurovision (disambiguation)

Eurovision may refer to the following:

*An activity, or "organisation-within-an-organisation", in the Geneva-based European Broadcasting Union (EBU), which operates the Eurovision Network, an international television distribution network

*(as an abbreviation) The Eurovision Song Contest, an annual music competition organised by Eurovision

In certain contexts, it may also be shorthand for:
*The Eurovision Dance Contest, an annual dance competition organised by Eurovision
* The Junior Eurovision Song Contest, an annual music competition for children aged between 10 and 15 organised by certain members of Eurovision
*The Eurovision Talent Contest (mooted)
*The Eurovision Young Dancers, organised by Eurovision
*The Eurovision Young Musicians, organised by Eurovision

* "Euro-Vision", the 1980 Belgian entry to the Eurovision Song Contest


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