Adam Liaw serves up tasty Euro Bites, for SBS’s Eurovision Coverage

As part of the Eurovision Song Contest coverage for 2017, Blink produced a series of Eurovision food clips, ‘Adam’s Euro Bites’. These bite size clips feature chef, Adam Liaw, who reveals his love and insight for the Eurovision experience with the perfect set of recipes to go with SBS’s weekend of Eurovision. Shot in situ at a fun Eurovision party, Adam creates and serves up some delicious food – of course garnishing with plenty of flags from the countries. View all of the recipes for Adam's Euro Bites

Blink TV excited to announce new partnership with Roadshow Films

Roadshow Films has furthered its commitment to local Australian television production by securing 50% of Blink TV, the Australian unscripted TV production company headed by one of the most respected names in the industry, Paul Clarke. As creator and producer of a host of industry-leading, household names in TV, Paul Clarke’s string of hits include Spicks and Specks, Blood & Thunder - The Story of Alberts, Long Way to the Top, Bombora: The Story of Australian Surfing, Wide Open Road and Whitlam: The Power and The Passion. He has been the key creative executive of the successful Eurovision Song Contest...
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Eurovision Top 40 Songs – Television Special

Blink produced a 2 hour television special for SBS for screening during the Eurovision coverage week in May 2017. Hosted by Myf Warhurst and Joel Creasey, the Eurovision Top 40 Songs counts down the 40 favourite songs as voted by Australia via the SBS Eurovision website. With Eurovision dancers, multiple wardrobe changes and a studio set full of colour, the crazy countdown featured live performances by Dami Im, Paul Capsis and Bjorn Again, as well as interviews from six past Eurovision winners - Måns Zelmerlöw (2015) and Loreen (2012) from Sweden, Conchita Wurst (2014), Katrina and The Waves (1997), Bucks...
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Australia’s Top 40 Eurovision Songs – Vote Now

Vote now in the Eurovision Top 40 Songs poll Do you have a strong opinion on what the greatest Eurovision song of all time is? We're airing a Top 40 Eurovision song special on 10 May. Here's your chance to have your say on which songs are the BEST. Vote now! What is your all-time favourite song performed at the The Eurovision Song Contest? We want to know as we count down to Australia's favourite Eurovision song in the upcoming Eurovision Top 40 Song special airing on Wednesday 10 May at 8:30pm. Voting opened on Monday 6 March, with SBS...
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Isaiah Firebrace will represent Australia at Eurovision 2017 in Ukraine

SBS has announced Isaiah Firebrace as Australia’s contestant at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest, which will be held in Kyiv, Ukraine, and broadcast exclusively on SBS in May. Isaiah’s new Eurovision song Don’t Come Easy was also revealed tonight, performed by the artist on stage at an intimate event in Melbourne. You can listen to Don’t Come Easy and take a first look at Isaiah’s Eurovision video clip here: [youtube][/youtube] The Eurovision Song Contest will be broadcast over SBS’s Eurovision weekend - Friday 12, Saturday 13 and Grand Final Sunday 14 May at 7.30pm on SBS with LIVE early morning...
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Alexa Curtis at rehearsals for Junior Eurovision in Malta

Alexa Curtis was on stage for the second day of rehearsals for the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. In the live show on Sunday Australia will perform at number 14 in the running order. [youtube][/youtube] Watch Junior Eurovision 2016 on SBS LIVE coverage 2:00 am Monday November 21 on SBS 3.30pm Saturday November 26 on SBS. SBS will broadcast the Junior Eurovision Song Contest at 3.30pm Saturday 26 November on SBS. Eurovision fans can also tune in to SBS’s LIVE coverage of the contest from Valletta, Malta at 2:00am Monday 21 November on SBS. For more highlights visit Junior Eurovision

Australia to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest for 3rd consecutive year

SBS is thrilled to confirm overnight breaking news of Australia’s invitation to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017. SBS has secured Australia’s participation for a third consecutive year, with the 2017 competition to be held in Kyiv, Ukraine in May. SBS Managing Director Michael Ebeid said: “Dami Im’s magnificent Grand Final performance in Stockholm earlier this year secured Australia the runner up position on the world’s largest stage, a testament not only to her amazing singing prowess but the humbling way the European community has embraced our entry into the competition. “Australia has celebrated Eurovision for over 30 years...
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‘We Are’ – Alexa Curtis’s song for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2016

SBS has today announced the song that Australia’s Junior Eurovision 2016 contestant, 12 year old Alexa Curtis will sing when she takes to the stage in Valletta, Malta in November. ‘We Are’ is an uplifting, upbeat pop track with a soaring chorus. The song carries an inspiring message about the important things in life, such as friendship and believing in yourself. Alexa Curtis recording her music video for We Are The song was co-written by Ali Tamposi, best known for co-writing Kelly Clarkson's Grammy-nominated song, "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)", award-winning writer Tania Doko, who has worked with artists including...
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Alexa Curtis to represent Australia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2016

12-year-old Alexa Curtis will take to the stage in Valletta, Malta to represent Australia in November SBS today has announced Alexa Curtis as the artist who will represent Australia in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2016 to be held in Valletta, Malta. It will be the second consecutive year that Australia has competed in the competition and SBS is excited to broadcast this event to local Eurovision fans at 3.30pm Saturday November 26 on SBS. Music and dance has been Alexa’s passion since she was young and at just 12 years of age she is already an accomplished and experienced...
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Eurovision Song Contest wins Rose D’Or Award

The 2016 Eurovision Song Contest has won a Rose D’Or Award in the TV Entertainment category. The prestigious annual ceremony honours the best of international television, radio and online entertainment. The 55th edition took place in Berlin, Germany. Previously the Eurovision Song Contest won in 2011 in the Live Event category. This year over 400 programmes from more than 130 broadcasters in 33 different countries were submitted for the awards. Congratulations from the team at SBS TV Australia and Blink TV. SBS has aired Eurovision for over 30 years and for the last two years has participated in the contest,...
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