Secure sources revealed moments ago to oikotimes.com that the new ERT might be exceptionally accepted back to the European Broadcasting Union if the new national broadcaster forms in due time to catch up at least the crucial deadlines of the Eurovision Song Contest 2014
Our secure source told oikotimes.com: “Based on the EBU’s urge to immediately re-instate its public broadcaster, and its full support from the given statement, it may be expected that a new Greek public broadcaster could be accepted as Active Member at record speed.”
This could appease at least the Greek Eurofans although we have to wait and see the new national broadcaster launched. We, in Athens, all pray this happens soon! If no new national broadcaster emerges in due time (or at all) then our secure source said that it’s not impossible to see a commercial broadcaster taking over the contest.
We remind you, it’s too early to speculate on anything regarding the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 as it’s already 11 months away. More information will be clear to all of us by September. The information posted above have not been verified by the EBU or ERT