Popular TV and radio commentators from 26 countries are in Baku for online coverage of final performances of participants of Eurovision Song Contest 2012. Special commentator booths are created for them to work in Baku Crystal Hall, eurovision.az website reported.
Here, commentators can watch performances both live and at monitors. These journalists differ with their high professionalism and unique own approach. Therefore, in the Grand Final night, millions of TV viewers will see many details through their eyes.
The contest is being held at the Baku Crystal Hall, built on the coast of the Caspian Sea specifically for Eurovision-2012.
The television audience of Eurovision 2012 is more than 100 million people in 50 world countries.
Azerbaijan won the right to host the prestigious European song contest after the victory of Eldar Gasimov and Nigar Jamal (Ell / Nikki) at Eurovision 2011 in Dusseldorf, Germany last May.