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8 thoughts on “Eurovision Goes Global: “The Americavision Song Contest””

  1. 52,000 viewers in a country with over 300 000 000 people. LOL! Ok, I know that Eurovision probably isn’t much known in the USA, but I just found that a bit funny when most other countries with much smaller population has higher viewing figures. :3

  2. Yeah, see, Logo is a very specific channels. If there would have been sufficient amounts of advertising and if it was broadcast on a public channel or even something just a little more standard there could have been better viewership. And it’s a shame views were so low because our commentators were very professional and polite.

  3. Americas must held Eurovision-styled song contest(s) soon. They would have several song contests for each continent/region. North America would have Amcavision Song Contest, consists of states in the US and provinces in Canada. Then Caribbean would have Caribvision Song Contest which as the reincarnation of All of One Caribbean, but more complicated. Finally South America would have Latinovision Song Contest which based on defunct OTI Festival and more complicated. These contests would serve songs from different countries, states and provinces in Americas. Songs must be in national languages and diverse on genre. Format is similar with Eurovision Song Contest, but adapted according to social and cultural condition in Americas. After song contests, they would establish acting, dance and classical music contests, like Eurovision contests. Contests for children and teenagers also available, names are Junior and Youth in English, Cadets and Jeunes in French and Infantil and Juvenil in Spanish. Junior/Cadets/Infantil contests are intended for participants aged 8-12 years old. Then Youth/Jeunes/Juvenil contests are intended for participants aged 13-17 years old. Standard contests are for participants aged at least 18 years old. We hoped that Amcavision, Caribvision and Latinovision contests are held soon.

  4. Sorry but I find it ridiculous and nonsense to have a huge contest like Eurovision for one single country instead of including the whole American countries. “America” is not a single country (USA) but a continent which includes countries from Argentina to Canada (not to forget little Suriname and others). I find it insulting, to be honest.

    Be more inclusive, for God’s sake. And don’t come with this horrible “Latinovision” because Eurovision is meant to be a CONTINENT contest, not a RACE contest. It’s meant to be a contest for a variety of cultures, races, languages and etc, not a segregative contest separating USAmericans from the rest of the continent calling them simply “latinos” as if they were all the same. We’re all Americans in this part of the world. I, myself, am South American because that’s where I was born and live. Making a “latino” contest only contributes to segregate races and cultures. American countries should be competing with each other (like in PanAmerican Games) just like in Eurovision and, now, Eurovision Asian (and Oceania).

    “Latino” is not the right term to represent all the different people, cultures and languages living in America. Remember we have countries speaking Portuguese, Spanish, Guarani, French, English and Duth just in South America…

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