Blink TV and SBS have been nominated for a prestigious Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Award (AACTA Award) for their amazing coverage of the 'Eurovision Song Contest 2023'.
The awards recognise excellence in the film and television industry, both locally and internationally and is considered to be the most prestigious awards ceremony for the Australian film and television industry.
The Contest was nominated in the Best Entertainment Program category for the amazing coverage of the Eurovision Grand Final by Blink TV and SBS which featured Perth band Voyager representing Australia in Liverpool with their entry 'Promise'. Voyager finished in the top 10 in 9th place.
Also nominated in the same Best Entertainment Program category are:
Dancing with the Stars (Seven Network)
Lego Masters: Grand Masters (Nine Network)
The 1% Club (Seven Network)
The Amazing Race Australia: Celebrity Edition (Network Ten)
This isn't the first time Blink TV and SBS have been nominated for an AACTA Award in the Best Entertainment Program category for their Eurovision programming.
'Eurovision - Australia Decides 2022' was nominated back in 2022 and 'Eurovision - Australia Decides 2020' was nominated in 2020.
The winners of the AACTA Awards 2024 will be revealed on February 10.
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