EBU


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EBU

abbreviation for
(Broadcasting) European Broadcasting Union
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EBU

N ABBR =European Broadcasting UnionUER f
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In an announcement, the EBU said that the error was discovered after a standard reevaluation procedure of the result.
"The Icelanders will apparently be punished by the European Broadcasting Union, which is really not tolerant of those who violate its rules," Eldad Koblenz, CEO of the EBU's Israeli counterpart Kan, told Ynet TV.
But the EBU had said the day before that the final contract for her participation had yet to be finalised.
The Ministry also called on the EBU not to allow Israel, the Occupying Power, to exploit this global event to conceal the colonial reality in Palestine or cover up its practices of discrimination and persecution against the Palestinian people.
Tektronix was pleased to participate with the JT-NM and the AIMS Alliance in advancing the idea of industry cooperation and standards, and we recognize the outstanding contributions of the EBU and IRT.
An EBU official confirmed to Channel 12 that the EBU had not given such an instruction, but hinted that Kan wanted to avoid an "embarrassing situation" in which the resentment of countries might have drawn negative headlines in Europe.
Built in 1954 by Bishop Porter, it was the first and only Middle School in the area and served communities such as Old Ebu, Ohiaba and Methodist Primary.
Jon Ola Sand, EBU's Executive Supervisor for the Eurovision Song Contest, said in a statement that Tel Aviv was chosen to host the song contest, because of its "creative and compelling bid".
The EBU, in return, barred Mango TV from broadcasting Thursday's second semifinal and the final, which involves acts from 26 countries.
According to the EBU, media organisations often rely on contractual agreements with research companies to measure audiences in order to better understand their expectations and needs.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and the National Television Company of Ukraine (NTU) announced Friday that Ukrainian capital Kiev will be hosting Eurovision 2017.