The Eurovision Song Contest has been broadcast every year since its inauguration in 1956, and is one of the longest-running television programmes in the world. It is also one of the most-watched non-sporting events in the world, with audience figures having been quoted in recent years as anything between 100 million and 600 million internationally. It has been broadcast around the globe — beyond Europe — to such countries as Australia, Canada, Egypt, Jordan, Hong Kong, India, Korea, New Zealand and the USA; even though these countries do not participate. Since the year 2000, the Contest has also been broadcast over the Internet. The Contest is historically known for being mainly a bastion of formulaic, orchestrated pop music. However it has featured a vast, diverse array of songs, including such musical genres as Arab, Balkan, Dance, Folk, Israeli, Greek, Latin, Metal, Nordic, Pop-rap, Rock, and Turkish. Over the years, the Song Contest has grown from a mere television experiment into an international institution of mammoth proportions. Most countries in Europe have taken part at least once during the Contest's history, and such is the magnitude and scale of the Contest that the word "Eurovision" is one of the few household names to be recognised across an entire continent. This page main goal is to bring to you the videos of all the winning entries since the first one in 1956 when the contest was mainly a radio program. The quality of the first videos is very poor as you might expect, but they are true gems and worth watching to fully understand all the changes the contest has gone through.
On this website you can watch all the videos of the Eurovision Song Contest winning entries year by year, live from stage. Listen to the songs exactly as they were permormed on stage the day they won. No studio recordings here. Just the real thing! And also, lots of information on each year organization, facts, anecdots, gossip etc. In English and in Spanish.