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#2a: The EuroWhat? Mini Week of January 22, 2018

This week is a mini-episode of the EuroWhat with minor updates about what’s happening in Eurovision selection season. We’ll be hopscotching from Armenia to France, Belarus to Serbia, and places in between.

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#2: The EuroWhat? Week of January 15, 2018

On this week’s episode of the EuroWhat Podcast we discuss what “Europe” is (note the air quotes), get acquainted with this year’s hostesses, get caught up with some of the selection processes and look forward to others. 

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Eurovision 2017 YouTube Rehearsals: The Autoqualifiers

We take one last look at the Big Five and Ukraine’s rehearsals and see how their YouTube numbers stack up.

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Eurovision 2017 Entry: France – Alma – Requiem

France copies their most recent Eurovision success with Alma’s “Requiem”, but misses the soul that made it work.

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Eurovision 2017 YouTube Week #6: Standings

Now that the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest is down to 42 participants, what countries are the top ten for YouTube views?

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Eurovision 2017 YouTube Week #5: Pre-Party

There has been some shuffling in the standings for YouTube views for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest entries. Is it too early to declare a favorite?

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Eurovision 2017 YouTube Week #4: Running Order and New Videos

Will new videos boost viewership numbers for some of the underperforming countries on the Eurovision YouTube channel?

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Eurovision 2017 YouTube Week 3: San Marino is Beating Sweden?!

The big question coming out of this week’s Eurovision YouTube views: could San Marino be on its way to the Grand Final again?

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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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France Picks a “Requiem,” But They’re Not Dead Yet

The last decade of Eurovision results have been pretty dismal for the French. Rumors of their demise may have been greatly exaggerated.

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