List of Eurovision Song Contest 2010 jurors

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The jurors of the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 played a large role in the voting process of the Contest. Unlike the 2009 Contest which seen used a combination of 50% televoting by the public and 50% by national jury during the final only. This year the combined results were also used to determine the votes for both the semi-finals.[1]

Background[edit]

In response to some broadcasters' continued complaints about politically charged, neighbourly and diaspora voting, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) evaluated the voting procedure used in the contest, and implemented a change for the 2009 final. For 2010 the combined voting procedure was extended to determine the results for both the semi-finals.[1]

Jurors[edit]

The jurors of the 39 participating countries are as follows:

Country Jurors Further details
 Albania - -
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 Armenia - -
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 Azerbaijan - -
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 Belarus Anatoly Yarmolenko Artistic director
Ludmila Borodina Television executive producer
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 Belgium Barbara Dex Singer (Eurovision 1993)
Caren Meynen Singer, video jockey and presenter
Sam Jaspers Music critic
Johan Van Achte Music editor
Maarten Janssen Music editor
 Bosnia and Herzegovina - -
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 Bulgaria - -
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 Croatia - -
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 Cyprus - -
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 Denmark - -
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 Estonia Gerli Padar Singer (Estonia 2007)
Imre Sooäär Songwriter, politician
Olav Osolin Commercial guru, music critic
Priit Pajusaar Songwriter (Estonia 1996, 1999, 2004, 2008)
Ewert Sundja Songwriter, singer
 Finland - -
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 France Jacques Veneruso Musician, lyricist, composer
Olivier Ottin Manager
Varda Kakon Artistic director, producer
Jean-Pierre Pasqualini Creator and chief editor of the magazine "Platine", TV-host
Florence Coste Singer
 Georgia - -
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 Germany Hape Kerkeling Entertainer[2]
Mary Roos Musician, Contestant in 1972 and 1984.
Hadnet Tesfai Journalist, Radio & TV-Host
Johannes Oerding Musician
Jochen Rausch Chief Executive of 1LIVE
 Greece Andreas Pylarinos Conductor
Poseidon Giannopoulos Lyricist (Lyricist of the Greek entry 2008)
Alexandra Zakka Lyricist
Thanos Kalliris Singer (Greece 1987)
Konstantinos Pantzis Composer (Composer of the Greek entry 2008)
 Iceland - -
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 Ireland - -
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 Israel - -
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 Latvia - -
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 Lithuania - -
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 Macedonia Rade Spasovski (head of jury) [3] journalist in the international coordination department of the Macedonian Television
Aleksandra Jovanovska journalist in the entertainment department of Macedonian Television
Oliver Dimitrov journalist in the entertainment department of Macedonian Television
Lile Avtovska musical collaborator in the Macedonian Radio
Suzana Stefanovska journalist in the entertainment department of Macedonian Radio
 Malta - -
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 Moldova - -
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 Netherlands Aukelien van Hoytema -
Niel van Hoff -
Petra Berger -
Mandy Huydts -
Vincent Claase "Vinzzent" -
 Norway Elisabet Davidsen -
Vivi Stenberg -
Arne Martin Vistnes Journalist at Radio Norge
Svein Helge Høgberg Actor and musician
Anne-Karine Strøm Singer (have represented Norway in Eurovision Song Contest three times).
 Poland Krystyna Prońko Musician & composer
Zuzanna Łapicka Musical director
Maria Szabłowska Journalist
Marek Kościkiewicz Musician & composer
Michał Grymuza Guitarist & producer
 Portugal Ana Galvão Journalist, spokesperson
Ricardo Soler Singer
Ramon Gallarza Music producer
Paula Cazanova Sony Music
Américo Faria Music composer / author
 Romania Alexandra Cepraga Musical director
Corina Despot Lyricist
Andrei Tudor Songwriter-composer "Pe-o margine de lume" (Romania 2008)
Andrei Kerestely Songwriter
Mihai Alexandru Songwriter and singer - composer "Don't break my heart" (Romania 2003)
 Russia Alexander Zhurbin (Semi-Final only) Composer
Julia Savicheva (Semi-Final only) Singer
Kim Breitburg (Semi-Final and final) Composer
Tutta Larsen (Semi-Final and final) TV-host
Vladimir Matetsky (Semi-Final and final) Composer, producer
Igor Butman (Final only) Jazz musician
Pelagea (Final only) Folk-singer
 Serbia - -
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 Slovakia Juraj Čurný -
Dezider Kukoľ -
Ľubica Čekovská -
Marcel Palonder -
Mirka Brezovská[4] -
 Slovenia Urša Vlašič Songwriter
Sandra Feketija Singer
Miroslav Akrapovič Music editor & critic
Matjaž Bogataj Violinist (Slovenia 2009)
Dušan Hren Music & television editor
 Spain José María Íñigo Journalist, actor and television presenter
Mauro Canut Mobile content director at TVE
Pilar Tabares Musical director at TVE
Mariola Orellana Music manager
Toni Garrido Journalist at RNE[5]
 Sweden Michael Cederberg Producer
Anna Charlotta Gunnarson Journalist
Helene Benno Journalist
Andreas Lundstedt Singer (Switzerland 2006)
Eric Saade Singer (Sweden 2011)
  Switzerland - -
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 Turkey - -
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 Ukraine - -
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 United Kingdom - -
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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Sietse Bakker (28 June 2010). "EBU reveals split voting outcome, surprising results". European Broadcasting Union. Retrieved 4 September 2012.
  2. ^ "Die deutsche Jury beim ESC - Das Erste: Eurovision Song Contest - Hintergründe". Eurovision.ndr.de. Archived from the original on 2010-05-28. Retrieved 2010-06-24.
  3. ^ "За кого Македонија ги даде своите гласови на Евросонг". mtv.com.mk. 2010-05-29. Archived from the original on 2011-04-27. Retrieved 2013-03-24.
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-07-10. Retrieved 2012-05-08.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ "Eurovisión 2010 - Destino Oslo". RTVE. 2010-05-30. Retrieved 2011-03-25.