OGAE Video Contest 2004

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OGAE Video Contest 2004
OGAE Video Contest 2004 logo.jpg
Dates
Final date 25 February 2004
Host
Venue Paris, France
Presenter(s)
  • Régis
Host broadcaster France OGAE France
Participants
Number of entries 20
Debuting countries
Returning countries None
Withdrawing countries
Vote
Voting system Each jury awards 1–8, 10, and 12 points to their ten favourite videos
Winning song  Portugal
"Cavaleiro Monge"
OGAE Video Contest
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The OGAE Video Contest 2004 was the second edition of OGAE Video Contest, organised between members of international Eurovision Song Contest fan club OGAE to select the best video released in their countries. The contest was held in Paris, the capital city of France.[1] 20 countries participated in the contest. Four countries - Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Luxembourg - made their debut. Armenia, Iceland, Spain, and the United Kingdom all withdrew from the contest.


The contest was won by Portugal's Mariza with "Cavaliero monga", who received 133 points, the runner-up was Russia. Malta placed last, receiving 3 points. The full result of the Video Contest were presented on 25 February 2004.[1]

Location[edit]

For more details on the host city, see Paris.
Location of the host city in the France.

Paris is the capital and most populous city of France, and also the host city of the OGAE Video Contest 2004. It is situated on the river Seine, in the north of the country, at the heart of the Île-de-France region. Excluding the outlying parks of Bois de Boulogne and Bois de Vincennes, Paris covers an oval measuring about 87 km2 (34 sq mi) in area, enclosed by the 35 km (22 mi) ringroad, the Boulevard Périphérique.[2]

The city's last major annexation of outlying territories in 1860 not only gave it its modern form but also created the twenty clockwise-spiralling arrondissements (municipal boroughs). From the 1860 area of 78 km2 (30 sq mi), the city limits were expanded marginally to 86.9 km2 (33.6 sq mi) in the 1920s. In 1929, the Bois de Boulogne and Bois de Vincennes forest parks were officially annexed to the city, bringing its area to about 105 km2 (41 sq mi).[3]

Participants[edit]

Draw Country Language Artist Video English translation Place[1] Points
01  Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnian Deen and Anabela "Ja imam nekog" - 12 46
02  Luxembourg English Thorunn "Complicated" - 17 11
03  Netherlands Dutch Trebleo "Ramaganana" - 10 52
04  Israel Hebrew Sarit Hadad "Hagiga" - 5 84
05  Turkey Turkish Emre Altuğ "Bu kadar mi?" - 3 100
06  Slovenia Slovenian Nuša Derenda "V ogeni zdaj obleci me" - 8 69
07  Italy English Elisa "Broken" - 14 43
08  Macedonia Macedonian Elena Risteska "Den i Nok" - 16 17
09  Norway English Morten Abel "The Birmingham HO" - 17 11
10  Finland English Dallas Superstars "Crazy" - 15 40
11  Greece English Fivos feat. Despina Vandi "Come Along Now" - 10 52
12  France English Charlotte Gainsbourg and Étienne Daho "If" - 9 54
13  Germany German Rosenstolz "Liebe ist alles" - 4 97
14  Albania Albanian Adrian Gaxha "Capkëne" - 12 46
15  Malta English Laura "Bye bye baby" - 20 3
16  Portugal Portuguese Mariza "Cavaliero monga" - 1 133
17  Bulgaria Bulgarian Group 88 "Ogan" - 6 82
18  Croatia Croatian Natali Dizdar "Ne daj" - 19 7
19  Serbia and Montenegro Serbian Vlado Georgiev "Andjele" - 6 82
20  Russia Russian Varvara "Blizhe" - 2 131

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External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Speirs, Gary. "2004 Results". OGAE Video Contest. sechuk.com. Retrieved 9 June 2013. 
  2. ^ City Guide, p. 69
  3. ^ Mairie de Paris (15 November 2007). "Note: 100 ha.=1 km2". Paris.fr. Retrieved 5 May 2009.