On this page you will find information on media accreditation for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Nice, France.
The application window to apply for media accreditation for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023 has now closed.
Capacity inside the Media Centre is limited and priority for accreditation has been given to media with the highest reach and from participating countries.
There is no Online Media Centre or Online Media accreditation available for this event.
- Download the Accreditation Rules (PDF)
- Download the Privacy Notice for accreditation and attendance at JESC 2023 (PDF)
- Download the Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy (PDF)
- Download the Reporting Access Rules for Non-Rights Holders (PDF)
Important info for accredited media
Without prejudice to the continued respect of the JESC Reporting Access Rules:
Those with accreditation accept that they are strictly prohibited from recording and/or transmitting and/or making available (on any media, including, without limitation, the Internet, social media and mobile devices such as mobile telephones and computers) any images or sounds from Rehearsals and the Live Show (including any such images or sounds from any of the screens on the JESC's premises) from the Media Centre or any other area in the Venue, whether directly or incidentally.
For sake of clarity, journalists are also prohibited from:
- live streaming any video/audio content including any images or sounds from Rehearsals and the Live Show (including any such images or sounds from any of the screens on the JESC's premises) whether directly or incidentally to video/audio online platforms (including but not limited to on your own websites, YouTube, TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, Twitch, Twitter, etc) during times when Rehearsals or the Live Show are in progress;
- publishing afterwards any such video/audio content, deliberately or inadvertently, containing content from the Rehearsals and Live Show that may have been recorded in the Media Centre Working Area or any other area in the Venue without prior written permission from the EBU;
- directly monetizing any content related to your attendance at the Event, whether in the Media Centre or in any other part on the Venue at any time, via instant revenue streaming features such as YouTube’s Super Thanks, Tiktok’s LIVE Gifts, etc.
Please consult the JESC Reporting Access Rules (when available) regarding the publication of any other content from any open Rehearsals obtained front of stage.
Those with accreditation can collect it from the Accreditation Centre at the Palais Nikaia.
The Accreditation Centre will be located outside the venue on arrival, in front of the Palais Nikaia
The venue address is Bd du Mercantour, 06200 Nice, France.
The Centre is expected to be open between 10.00 and 18.00 daily.
The Media Centre will only be open from Friday 24 November until a few hours after the Live Show on 26 November 2023.
Opening Hours of the Media Centre:
Friday 24 November 15.00 – 19:00
Saturday 25 November 10.00 – 21.00
Sunday 26 November 14.00 – 21.00
There will be one media conference held on Saturday 25 November at 14:00.
The conference will feature representatives from France TV and the EBU and will be followed by a chance to put questions to all 16 artists.
A second media conference with the Winner of JESC 2023 will be held at 19:00 on Sunday 26 November.
All media conferences will be held in the Media Centre Working Area.
There will be no special accreditations for fans. They are invited to buy tickets in order to enjoy the event in person.
Do I need a VISA?
Please refer to France 's official Ministry of Foreign Affairs website to check whether you need a visa to enter France.
By applying for accreditation to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2023 you confirm to have read and agreed with the Terms & Conditions.
Last updated: 24 November 2023