Freitag, 19. Januar 2007

Eurofire: About us


Where it all began:
Eurofire.blog.de
Eurofire.me was created in January 2007 due to deadly boredom and was just a hobby at the very beginning with less than 100 visitors per month. We shared our impressions and personal opinions about the ongoing season of Eurovision. It changed dramatically after Eurovision in Helsinki with more than 35K visitors in May 2007. So we decided to made up a yearly reporting Eurovision website speaking of national selections, song presentations of former participants, focussing on Germany and Austria and made up postings about the rehearsals.

Over the years we became more serious by introducing interviews with contestants, live blogs from national selections, received mails from national broadcasters about their plans for Eurovision and developed an archive called 'Memories' about the past decades of Eurovision which is still in development. 
In 2010 Lena won the contest with 'Satellite', the biggest thing in our 14 years recap of history. Shortly before Dusseldorf 2011 we started a collaboration with our Czech partner site ESCportal.cz. In 2015 our digital host blog.de shut down and we went on to Blogspot, creating a new Eurovision platform were you are very welcome to subscribe and left a comment at the bottom of our postings.

Eurofire.me
2017 is marked as our 10th anniversary and we still feel our passion to Eurovision... Due to some private changes we had to step down from some inventions like our annual Spotify tracklist or Instagram posts showing you 'behind the scenes'-stuff, but we still observe national selections and Eurovision itself. Despite there was no edition in 2020 due to the COVID-19-pandemic, we hope that Eurovision will come back with a renewal in 2021. Feel free to join our community :)

Hamburg, 2021-02-21

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