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This is a wiki with information about the North Vision Song Contest as well as its spin-offs. Here, you can find everything about the editions, the countries and the songs of the contest.
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ABOUT THE CONTEST
The North Vision Song Contest
, often shortened NVSC
, or NorthVision
, is a song contest on Youtube held among the members of the North Broadcasting Union
since March 2013 and is inspired by the Eurovision Song Contest
. The current and official NVSC executive supervisor is Jan Simonis
. Each country's head of delegation gets to select an entry for each edition either by internal or national selection. Then the countries get to vote for each show (pre-qualifying round, semi-final or final) to determine the qualifiers and the winner of the edition.
Each country's head of delegation gets to select an entry for each edition either by internal or national selection. Then the countries get to vote for each show (pre-qualifying round, semi-final or final) to determine the qualifiers and the winner of the edition.
The United Kingdom
debuted in the 1st edition
of North Vision Song Contest
and has been participating ever since with the exception of the twenty-fifth edition. The BBC
(British Broadcasting Corporation
) has been in charge for the country's participation since the first edition.
The country has been using different formats to chose their representants at the contest. Battle for Britain has been used for the sixth and fifteenth editions. Eight editions later, the format returned and was used for the twenty-third and twenty-fourth editions. In It To Win It had also been used from the seventeenth and North Vision Song Contest 22.
In the twenty-sixth edition, after some internal changes, the delegation came up with a new format: North Vision: Your Decision.
The United Kingdom is (by statistics) one of the most successful countries in the contest, with fourteen Top 10 finishes, including one win, two finishes in 2nd place and a finish in third place. Success came to the United Kingdom in the sixth edition with Chlöe Howl winning with her song "Rumour".