Accreditation

On this page you will find information on the accreditation for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland.

Accreditation centre

The centre at Arena Gliwice will be open between 9:00 - 19:00 from Sunday 17 November until Sunday 24 November. The centre will be located at parking P3 (Kujawska Street) near the Delegation Bubble.

Accreditation timeline

Applying was possible until 25 October 2019. All applications have been reviewed, you will be notified upon approval.

Who can apply?

  • bona fide representatives of media outlets, such as journalists, photographers, camera and sound crews, bloggers and vloggers;

  • bona fide representatives of media outlets which have a broad reach within society on various channels (tv, radio, online and print, international news agencies);

  • representatives of (inter)national fan community outlets.

How to apply?

Applications for accreditation are managed through Accredion, the accreditation platform for all Eurovision Live Events.

Before applying

When filling out the application form, each applicant must assign themselves within a relevant media type and role. Please ensure you submit these details carefully, as invalid or false submissions will not be processed.

National media

Applications from National Media (for participating nations), Regional Media (for participating nations) and any Community Media whose reach is aimed at a given national audience (for participating nations) will need to contact their respective Junior Eurovision participating broadcaster. The broadcaster can invite the member of press to apply for accreditation and the application will then be reviewed by the Head of Delegation of the relevant participating broadcaster.

Applications from the Media of the Host Country (Poland) can go directly through Accredion and will be reviewed by the press team of Host Broadcaster TVP.

International media

International News Agencies/Outlets and International Community Media and outlets established in a non-participating country can apply directly through Accredion. The applications will be reviewed by the EBU.

Photographers

Photographers representing outlets from participating countries will need to contact the participating broadcaster. The invitations will be sent and reviewed by the Head of Delegation of the relevant country.

Please ensure that the correct contact details and the details of your supervisor are included in your application form in case there are any problems with the application.

Agency/International photographer applications will be reviewed by the EBU. Agency photographers can request access until 15 November via [email protected].

Please note

The press centre will only be open from Thursday 21 November until the end of the live show on 24 November 2019.

There will no longer be individual press conferences after the 2nd rehearsals. More information on the press event will be communicated to the accredited journalists in due time.

Fan accreditation

There will be no special accreditations for fans. However, you are welcome to apply for press accreditation instead.

Do I need a VISA?

You do not need a VISA to enter Poland if you are a citizen of the European Union. For more information, go to Poland's official Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.

Should you require an invitation letter prior to applying for a VISA, please contact [email protected] directly.

By applying for accreditation to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 you confirm to have read and agreed with the Terms & Conditions.

Last updated: 14 November 2019