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Junior Eurovision 2020: How to follow the contest, links to watch live

It’s November 29 and that means the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020 will take place in a few hours!

Today 12 countries will participate in the 18th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, that will be broadcast live from Poland. We want to be sure you don’t miss the competition, so we have created a list of all the streams available to watch the show at 17:00 CET, as well as the satellite frequencies of the different channels.

You can find the information below:

And for satellite:

BelarusBRTCHotbird 13º E11200.00V275003/4
SpainTVEiHotbird 13º E12.302,88V275003/4
GermanyKika HDAstra 19.2º E11347.00V220002/3
PolandTVP PoloniaHotbird 13º E11075.00V300003/4
Georgia1.tv GeorgiaAzerspace 46.0° E11095.00V300005/6

Don’t forget to download our handbook. You can also share your opinion in our poll before the show starts and download our scorecard to play with your family and friends during the show!

[lockercat]Click here to download the PDF file.[/lockercat]

Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020
Spain: Soleá - Palante
France: Valentina - J´imagine
Belarus: Arina Pehtereva - Aliens
The Netherlands: Unity - Best Friends
Poland: Ala Tracz - I´ll Be Standing
Kazakhstan: Karakat Bashanova - Forever
Georgia: Sandra Gadelia - You Are Not Alone
Germany: Susan - Stronger with you
Ukraine: Oleksandr Balabanov - Vidkryvai (Open Up)
Russia: Sofia Feskova - My New Day
Malta: Chanel Monseigneur - Chasing Sunsets
Serbia: Petar Aničić - Heartbeat
Number of voters: 330
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