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Mike has been writing about TV online since 2008, when he started the blog WTF Little House on the Prairie? The blog was a project to practice writing about television analytically prior to getting an MA in Television-Radio-Film from Syracuse University, or as he likes to call it "TV Camp." After a lengthy stint at TVLatest, Mike wanted to launch a site that brought in classic TV, diamonds in the rough, and the shows everybody watches. E-mail: mike@whatelseison.tv

Eurovision 2017 YouTube Week 2: Favorites Emerging

Now that we have week-to-week data and all 43 songs available, which Eurovision entries are the movers and shakers and possible favorites in Kyiv?

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I Just Can’t with Sweden’s “I Can’t Go On”

The Swedish Pop Music Industrial Complex has struck again with “I Can’t Go On” by Robin Bengtsson. Yay?

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Eurovision 2017 YouTube Week 1: Methodology!

What secrets do the YouTube videos of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contests entries hold?

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Australia’s “Don’t Come Easy” Goes Down Easy

Australia continues its Eurovision residency with the fantastic “Don’t Come Easy” by Isaiah Firebrace.

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Do We Love “This is Love” as Greece’s Eurovision Entry?

After missing out on the final for the first time ever last year, Greece goes back to the basics with “This is Love” by Demy.

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Portugal returns to Eurovision with “Amar Pelos Dois”

“Amar Pelos Dois” by Salvador Sobral has us excited about Portugal at Eurovision! This is a first!

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Netherlands’ Eurovision Entry Could Use More “Lights & Shadows”

Sister trio O’G3NE of the Netherlands revealed their entry “Lights & Shadows” for Eurovision 2017. Our first impression: needs more of both.

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Could Hovig’s “Gravity” Pull in a Win for Cyprus?

The much anticipated “Gravity” by Hovig may help raise people’s opinion of Cyprus at the Eurovision Song Contest.

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Latvia Gets in “Line” Behind Triana Park

Latvia continues to experiment with electronic pop at Eurovision, selecting Triana Park’s “Line” as their entry for Kyiv.

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Ukraine Makes “Time” for O.Torvald

Ukraine takes advantage of its free pass to the Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final by sending the rock track “Time” by O.Torvald to Kyiv.

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