Our boy Nicky Byrne’s time was very limited at London’s Eurovision Party yesterday, however he took a few minutes at the very end of the day to speak to us at Eurovision Ireland about his hopes for Stockholm, carrying the hopes of a nation and having a good […]
It seems to me a little bit inappropriate tonight to write something about the singers and songs, the staging and the predictions for this year’s contest, when today the eyes of Europe, and indeed the world have been focused on the terrorist attacked this morning in Brussels. Belgian […]
Eurovision Ireland wants more Writers and Contributors We are looking for more writers as we are about to unveil some great new ways and ideas for covering the Eurovision universe as we recover from the emotional rollercoaster of Copenhagen 2014 and start pitching base camp for Vienna in 2015. […]
We think capturing more young hearts and minds into the Eurovision community has a lot to do with how we use the Internet to promote Eurovision and what we love most about it. We Think the Internet has changed the way we enjoy it these last few years. Do you agree?
EurovisionIreland.net gets 65K views in the 1st Week at Malmo We are overwhelmed ! What can we say except thank you and keep those comments and feedback flying in so we can get closer to what you really want to know! Here are the Top 10 Posts you […]
EurovisionIreland.net is not a year old yet, but we are bouncing into Spring with great viewing figures and a growing community. 110K views logged in the first 2 months of 2013 – an encouraging sign that our new website covering all kinds of everything Eurovision and Irish, was […]
How We Logged 50K + Views this Month This Eurovision Blog site is a labour of love written in our spare time, so just imagine how much it means to us to see your response. More than 50K views this month alone with more than 20K unique visits […]
Newly released consolidated figures show that The Eurovision Song contest ranked amongst the Top 10 programmes broadcast by any channel available in Ireland in 2012 Most Irish Viewers watched it on local broadcaster RTÉ Television. This statistic was extremely significant given that RTE , mostly a terrestrial station […]