MALTA – The island which is going to host the 2016 Junior Eurovision Song Contest is under a major change for the senior Eurovision Song Contest selection. Ileum.com reports that based on an interview with the new PBS CEO.
John Bundy, who took over the PBS CEO positions from Anton Attard, most likely due to the high spendings for Eurovision Song Contest while the country didn’t manage to do well in Stockholm, said that the national selection for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest will have a key change.
The end of the jury and public voting combination. The 2017 representative will be chosen by the public only! More details will be announced soon as the country is now ready to welcome the 17 delegations for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.