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eurovisiondance.tv for 2008 08/08/2008


Avatar The European Broadcasting Union launched the official website of the 2008 Eurovision Dance Contest. As the event draws closer, the state-of-the-art website will be gradually expanded with information on the contest. The full list of the participating couples is expected to be posted soon.

 

The new website features updated graphics and is now part of the online Eurovision family. This means that visitors can also log on with their MyEurovision account details, receive regular email updates and comment stories on their MyEurovision blog pages. They can also post any news item to Digg or their Facebook profiles, or send it to their Facebook contacts.

These new features should not only help to drive traffic to eurovisiondance.tv, they should also make for a lively exchange of background information on the associated blogs and the social networking website.

 

The website of the Eurovision Dance Contest was produced by the Eurovision TV Interactive Unit.

 

This website, idsf-net, will take up regularly on information posted on eurovisiondance.tv. It will also attempt to trace some of the blog and Facebook entries concerning the 2008 Eurovision Dance Contest. Stay tuned! Click here to go to the EBU's website!