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Time to get out the tinsel and chanpagne – with confirmation the Eurovision song contest will go ahead in Rotterdam next month.

Dutch officials had previously said it was unclear whether the annual event would go ahead with a live crowd.

Australian musician Montaigne will be unable to travel to the Netherlands for the Eurovision Song Contest but will instead compete in the contest from home.

Last year’s event was cancelled as Europe battled rising COVID numbers.

Australia: Montaigne, Technicolour

Montaigne wowed audiences at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in Sydney with the first live performance of her Eurovision 2021 entry.

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Disney inks deal with MLB and LaLiga to ESPN+ as streaming revenue slows

Brittany Coles



Disney is expanding its presence in the wide world of sports.

Disney has signed on a new seven-year agreement with Major League Baseball and an eight-year pact with Spain’s LaLiga soccer league.

This is latest in a series of sports-programming deals by the entertainment giant of the world.

It’s already the parent of ESPN and now set to broadcast 30 regular MLB games per season.

The soccer deal gives ESPN+ rights to the English and Spanish-language coverage of LaLiga.

It’s all part of ESPN sports-rights renewal binge that’s been happening this year.

Is this a bid to boost subscribers to Disney affiliated networks? The two sports deals represent a big financial commitment. 

“ESPN’s longstanding relationship with Major League Baseball has been a driver of innovation for three decades,” ESPN Chairman Jimmy Pitaro said in a statement.

“This agreement solidifies baseball’s ubiquitous presence across ESPN platforms, including ESPN+.”

According to Bloomberg, Disney will pay $175 million a year for soccer, according to a person familiar with the matter, which would be more than the Premier League’s deal with Comcast Corp.’s NBC.

“For the baseball deal, the sports news site the Athletic reported earlier this year that Disney could be paying as much as $150 million a year less for the package,” Bloomberg said.

It previously had an eight-year deal worth $5.8 billion for considerably more games.

This follows Walt Disney Co missing analysts’ estimates for quarterly revenue.

The slump is being blamed on a decrease in new subscribers to Dinsey Plus and operations at its theme parks remaining restricted.

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Maximizing entertainment on Twitch streams!

Mike Loder



Twitch streaming is redefining entertainment…especially In the gaming space.

As the platform grows more and more people are signing up to watch and create engaging content. Today we discuss the starting points and creative ideas that surround building a decent channel for your viewers – See what tips streamer “BrySuperSaurus” had to share…Check out Bryce and his work here:

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Ellen set to say goodbye to popular talk show

Anthony Lucas



In some sad news, media Icon Ellen has revealed she will soon end her daily talk show.

As Anthony Lucas explains, Ellen DeGeneres  will wrap up after 19 seasons to focus on new projects including climate change.

She’s been a regular on our televisions since the debut of the Ellen Show, but now DeGeneres is about to say goodbye to one of the most popular and successful shows in American talk show history.

The Media personality has announced she will end her Emmy-winning daytime talk show next year after its upcoming 19th season.

The comedian revealed the news In an interview with the Hollywood reporter. 

Ellen is set to open up and will discuss the decision on Thursday’s show with guest Oprah Winfrey.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show” has won more than 60 Emmy awards.

Ellen started her career in stand-up comedy in her New Orleans hometown before moving into the world of television, where she starred in comedy series “Ellen” in the mid-1990s.

In 1997, both she and her TV character came out as homosexual long before being gay was accepted in mainstream America.

“Ellen” was canceled a year later, but DeGeneres returned to television in 2003 with her daytime show.

An advocate for animals, gay rights and anti-bullying campaigns, DeGeneres became known for promoting kindness and compassion on her light-hearted show.

In 2020, Ellen faced a PR disaster with allegations of toxic culture made against her.

That forced the TV star to apologize on-air, when season 18 returned.

Ellen says her future plans are uncertain but said she is open to movie roles and wants to be more involved in environmental conservation efforts

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