As we previously reported, Poland’s state broadcaster TVP has plans to appear at Eurovision 2015, and it has even budgeted seven hours into its preliminary TV schedule for Eurovision. However, we still haven’t received an official confirmation. That may change soon according to Poland’s Wirtualnemedia.pl, which reports that negotiations with the EBU are drawing to an end.
The web site claims that the Polish broadcaster is demanding that the EBU lower the country’s transmission fee, among other things. Apparently TVP is also negotiating whether to air both semi-finals and the final, and at what cost. After all, paying for those butter churners is expensive…
Regardless of their precise demands, we have a feeling TVP is in a strong position. The EBU wants as many countries in Vienna for the 60th anniversary as possible. Are you hopeful?
Photo: Eurovision.tv (EBU)