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Accreditation

How to apply

You can apply for accreditation for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest up until Friday 17 December 2021.

Press accreditation can be picked up from the Accreditation Centre onsite from Wednesday 15 December.

Register or log in

  • Create a new user account or log in via Accredion

  • Choose Junior Eurovision Song Contest

  • Select Paris 2021

  • Click My application in the menu on the left

Which group should I apply in?

If you, or your media outlet, are legally based in one of the participating countries, you should apply in that particular group.

Those working for international fan community media (in English), news agencies or outlets aimed at an international audience (including photographers and camera operators) should apply in the International group.

Fan community media which publishes in a national language other than English and/or is aimed at a specific nation should apply in the relevant group/country of their target audience.


Health and Safety Protocol

Please make yourself aware of the strict health and safety protocol you must follow if you are accredited to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2021. See further details below on specific regulations onsite.

Accreditation Centre

Opening hours (subject to change)

The Accreditation Centre is located at La Seine Musicale, Ile Seguin, 92100 at the corner of the bridge of Meudon.

The opening hours are 10:00 - 19:00 CET from 13 December until 19 December 2021.

Opening Ceremony

For health and safety reasons the Opening Ceremony is not open to journalists this year.

Online Press Centre

There is no online press centre facility for this year’s event.

On-site Press Centre

The Press Centre inside La Seine Musicale is open from Thursday 16 December until Sunday 19 December during the following hours.

Thursday 16/12: 09:30 - 20.00

Friday 17/12 : 09:30 - 20:00

Saturday 18/12 : 09:30 - 20:00

Sunday 19/12: 12:00 - 21:00


Accreditation Handbook

Please familiarise yourself with the rules and terms and conditions of accreditation for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest before completing your application.

Download: Accreditation Handbook (Part 1) (PDF)

Download: Accreditation Handbook (Part 2 for P) (PDF)

Download: Accreditation Terms and Conditions (PDF)

Press Categories

All successful applicants will be issued with a P accreditation which will give access to the On-site Press Centre, selected rehearsals and press conferences.

This year, due to the need for social distancing and other health and safety measures, we can only welcome a maximum of 200 journalists on site.


Entering France

To enter France you will need to fulfil any governmental conditions of entry. Please check requirements regularly.

It is your responsibility to inform yourself of any additional requirements imposed by your local authorities and travel operators (such as a health pass, negative COVID-19 tests, etc).


Privacy Notice

Download: Privacy Notice for accreditation at the Eurovision Live Events (PDF)

Terms and Conditions

Please read the Terms and Conditions concerning Accreditation at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

Questions?

For technical support using the Accredion platform (e.g. you are unable to upload a photo), please contact [email protected]

For all other questions (e.g. if you need to make changes to your application), please contact [email protected]

The EBU's Terms and Conditions are applicable to, and binding upon, all individuals submitting an application for accreditation to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest and/or all individuals accredited to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest and/or are given an Accreditation Card (including any holders of TLA).


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