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Example of a multiplatform news analysis: Guy Sebastian will represent Australia in Euro-vision

On March 4th at a press event Guy Sebastian was announced to be Australia’s wildcard entrant into the next euro vision song contest. This blog will analyze how television, news websites, social media, mobile news covered the event and the differences in how they represented the story. 1,338 more words

Euro-vision

How will Australia's participation impact our perceptions of Eurovision?

As I was walking from class to class at my university, I heard the familiar sounds of Conchita’s winning Eurovision entry from 2014, ‘Rise like a Phoenix.’ At first I was like, ‘Hey, that’s Eurovision!’ but then I questioned why a Eurovision song would be playing on the loud speakers. 674 more words

Eurovision

Guy Sebastian, ‘It’s a dream come true’

I speak with Guy Sebastian about Eurovision, family, the Sebastian Foundation, and what he’d say to that 21 year-old kid who auditioned for Idol 12 years ago. 7 more words

Jessica Morris

Tonight Again - Guy Sebastian (Australia, Eurovision 2015)

Eurovision is a big fucking deal back home. For the last thirty years our beloved public broadcaster, SBS, has showed the contest in its entirety (always like a day late, though, so the winner is spoiled for us… 359 more words

Music

Guy Sebastian Reveals 'Tonight Again' for Australia

While we learnt a few weeks ago that it would be Guy Sebastian representing Australia in their first ever Eurovision Song Contest, we were all wondering what song he would choose. 76 more words

ESC

Tonight Again, by Guy Sebastian (Australia)

Tonight Again (‘Esta noche otra vez’), interpretada por Guy Sebastian, es la canción que representará a Australia en el Festival de Eurovisión de 2015. Esta es la primera participación de Australia en el certamen: ¡Bienvenidos y buena suerte! 31 more words

Eurovision

Guy Sebastian: ‘Tonight Again’ Single Review

I review Guy Sebastian’s new single written for Eurovision. Read it here.

Jessica Morris