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About Eurovoice

Eurovoice European Music Contest is an annual television interactive project.

The owner of rights for project management is Q Productions Limited (UK).

Territory of Eurovoice includes European countries, Turkey and Israel. Eurovoice is based on the principle of transparency More...

Leaders

Eric Serra is a world-famous producer, composer and the author of soundtracks to many films, such as "Leon", "Nikita", "The fifth Element" and "Joan of Arc" More...

The Winner

Eurovoice 2010 has come to an end and the big winner of the Eurovoice Final is Cyprus, represented by the band “The Secret”

Interview with the band "The Secret"

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Voxy

Voxy is a crystal human, virtual image of Eurovoice, who embodies the idea of transparency. Voxy is a guide, assistant, friend of Internet users and TV viewers More...

Voting

The Winner of Eurovoice is determined solely by the audience. At the selection stage Internet-users vote on the official contest website and select participants of the Final.

In the Eurovoice Final Internet users and TV viewers will cast their votes by credit cards and via SMS More...

History
Eurovoice 2010 has happened on September 23rd - 24th, 2010 in Athens. 27 Participants from 27 countries participated in the first Contest. The winner of Eurovoice 2010 is Cyprus, represented by "The Secret" band. Pamela Anderson and the President of the Contest Eric Serra have become the hosts of Eurovoice 2010. Enrique Iglesias performed on the stage of the Contest on September, 24th as a Special Guest More...
Prizes

The Winner of Eurovoice will receive 100,000 Euros.

Live & Online
Eurovoice gives a possibility to join its Finals LIVE on TV & Online for everybody independently from location.
Voxy
 

1. What is Eurovoice European Music Contest?

2. Why is the official contest website eurovoice.tv unique?

3. Who can participate in Eurovoice?

4. What countries can participate in Eurovoice?

5. How can you register on the official contest website and participate in the Eurovoice?

6. How can you choose your Contest Song?

7. What are the requirements to the Contest Song?

8. What is the cost of voting during the Internet Selection?

9. How can you vote during Internet Selection?

10. Who becomes the Participant of Eurovoice Final ?

11. How can you vote during the Eurovoice Final Show?

12. What is the cost of the SMS during the Final voting?

13. Who becomes the Winner of EuroVoice?

14. Who is the President of the Eurovoice? What is the role of the President

 

1. What is Eurovoice European Music Contest?
The Eurovoice European Music Contest ( hereinafter “Eurovoice”) is an annual, interactive, televised project.
The Eurovoice is the a first Contest in Europe where the winner is determined solely by the audience. This event is designated to pave the way for new music talent and to give the audience a real chance to express its preferences in music.
Eurovoice consists of the Internet Selection and the Final.
During the Internet Selection Participants upload their songs and information on the personal profile at the official website eurovoice.tv

2. Why is the official contest website eurovoice.tv unique?
The official contest website is unique because of the internet technology ensuring that the voting system is transparent.
It means that no one can manipulate or falsify the voting results in any way.
Anyone may register and join the Contest through the official contest website.
Anyone may upload a song to the official contest website .
Anyone can use the official contest website and listen to the Participants' entry songs and vote for them.
And anyone can check the voting results online in real time.

3. Who can participate in Eurovoice?
A Participant is any adult who has the citizenship or legal resident status for at least six months of any country within the Contest Territory, who accepts the Eurovoice Rules and Regulations, and who has no legal obstacles (e.g. claims from third parties and/or prior agreements with third parties) to signing the Contestant Agreement.

4. What countries can participate in Eurovoice?
The Contest Territory includes countries that are located within the geographical boundaries of Europe as well as Israel, Turkey and other countries that might be chosen by the Eurovoice Organizing Committee.

5. How can you register on the official contest website and participate in the Eurovoice?
The registration is free for any artist. You need to press the "Register" link on any page of the websiye and follow the instructions. There are three simple steps of registration.

6. How can you choose your Contest Song?
You can upload your Contest Song to your profile to the official contest website after the registration.
After uploading several songs to your personal profile you should choose the Contest Song just by marking it in your profile zone.
If it is shorter than 3 minutes 20 seconds and all Rules and Regulations are adhered to, you will see a special icon near the song immediately.

7. What are the requirements to the Contest Song?
A Contest Song is a song, which has never been commercially released before and which has been written entirely by the Participant, or all of whose composer(s) and lyricist(s) (who collectively own 100% of the rights of the song) agree to sign the Contestant Agreement. It is irrelevant if the song has or has not been publicly performed, uploaded on the internet for free listening or broadcast before its submission to the Eurovoice. The song must be free of any claims by third parties.
Recordings of the Contest Song must be in MP3 format (minimum bit rate 128 kbps, 44.1 kHz) and be no longer than 3 minutes and 20 seconds in duration.
The Contest Song and any information given about the Participant on the official contest website must not:
- contain any offensive or obscene words and expressions;
- provoke religious hatred, ethnic or racial hostility;
- offend or disparage any person.

8. What is the cost of voting during the Eurovoice Internet Selection?
Voting during the Eurovoice Internet Selection is completely free.

9. How can you vote during Eurovoice Internet Selection?
During the Eurovoice Internet Selection only votes from any country are credited to participant's account. One vote is equal to one (1) point. It is possible to vote both in favour of and against the song of the participant. The number of the gained points is defined as the difference between votes in favour of and against the song.
During the Eurovoice Internet Selection every voter can cast only a total of three (3) votes (either for or against any participant) within one day. Furthermore, voters can not cast more than one (1) vote for the same artist within the same day. As verification of identity, every voter must provide a mobile phone number to which a unique code is sent by free SMS. Only three codes are sent to each mobile phone number per day. As a "day" is considered the time period that starts at 00:00 (midnight) of a certain calendar day and ends at 23:59 (11:59 pm) of the same day.
The Participant of the Eurovoice Internet Selection with the maximum number of votes from her/his country becomes the Participant of the Eurovoice Final and will represent her/his own country.

10. Who becomes the Participant of the Eurovoice Final?
The Participant of Eurovoice Internet Selection with the maximum number of votes from her/his country becomes the Participant of the Eurovoice Final and represents her/his own country. If the Contest Song does not meet all the requirements of the Eurovoice Rules and Regulations, the Organizing Committee will invite the second most popular Participant from this country to the Final.

11. How can you vote during the Eurovoice Final Show?
For voting send SMS to like or dislike a Participant. The phone number for SMS will be revealed during the TV broadcasting and on the official contest website. You should vote for the Participant of the Eurovoice Final after the commencement of the voting.

12. What is the cost of the SMS during the Eurovoice Final voting?
The cost of the SMS and/or phone voting depends on the country of the voter and is determined by the National Partner.

13. Who becomes the Winner of Eurovoice European Music Contest?
The Winner of the Eurovoice Final will be selected by SMS-voting.
The Participant of the Eurovoice Final, who will get the maximum number of votes will become the Winner of Eurovoice European Music Contest.

14. Who is the President of the Eurovoice? What is the role of the President?
Éric Serra is the President of the Eurovoice, the Chairman of the Council of Experts and the inspiration behind the Contest's ideology.
Yet it is better to say that Éric Serra is the musician who scored the soundtracks for films by Luc Besson: Leon, Nikita, Bandidas, The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc, The Fifth Element and many others.

 

 
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