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The Greek national broadcaster, Ellinikí Radiofonía Tileórasi (ERT), broadcasts the event each year and organises the process for the selection of the Greek entry.

Δες επίσης: Eurovision Nationals - Those Who did not represent their country

The national final took place on 5 February 1979 at the Municipal Theater in Piraeus and was hosted by Vasilis Tsivilikas. The winning song was chosen by a jury of 65 people who awarded each song a mark out of 10.

Missing Song Lyrics:
Komini, Filosofou, Kontoyiannis & Dekerian – "Dio se mia ombrella" (4th) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/komini-filosofou-kontoyiannis-dekerian-di...
Sofia Zaninou – "Stin arhi" (6th) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/sofia-zaninou-stin-archi-lyrics-request

Missing Songs:
Christie Stasinopoulou – "Dose mou enan sticho" (2nd)

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Greece participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 1991 in Rome. The final took place on 29 March 1991 at the ERT TV Studios in Athens and was hosted by Dafni Bokota. The songs were presented as video clips and the winning song was chosen by a panel of "experts".

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Before the final, eight semi-finals were held at the ERT TV Studios in Athens, hosted by Giorgos Marinos. Televoting selected the winning song in each semi-final to qualify for the final.

MIssing Song Lyrics:
Vivetta Koursi "Se nostalgo" 3 = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/vivetta-koursi-se-nostalgo-lyrics-request
Katerina Kourentzi "Na ziso to fili" 4 = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/katerina-kourentzi-na-ziso-fili-lyrics-re...
Nikos Blios "Kita to fos" 5 = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/nikos-blios-kita-fos-lyrics-request
Theodoros Zaharis "Tha s'agapo" 6 = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/theodoros-zaharis-tha-sagapo-lyrics-request
Dionysia Karoki and Thalassa "Kosme cinema" 7 = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/dionysia-karoki-kosme-cinema-lyrics-request

Marianna Efstratiou – "Ekleges gia mena" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/marianna-%CE%AD%CE%BA%CE%BB%CE%B1%CE%B9%C...
Haralampos Kavalieros – "Agapi pou pote" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/haralampos-kavalieros-agapi-pou-pote-lyri...
Evi Dikou – "San oneiro" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/evi-dikou-san-oneiro-lyrics-request
Stamatis Papadakis – "Erota sofe" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/stamatis-papadakis-erota-sofe-lyrics-request
Yiannis Haniotakis – "An itan I agapi" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/yiannis-haniotakis-itan-i-agapi-lyrics-re...
Victor Polydorou – "Melodia" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/victor-polydorou-melodia-lyrics-request
Yiannis Drakopoulos – "Alexandra" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/yiannis-drakopoulos-alexandra-lyrics-request
Marianna Efstratiou – "Opos i vrochi" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/marianna-%CF%8C%CF%80%CF%89%CF%82-%CE%B7-...
Stavros Siolas – "Agapi moni" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/stavros-siolas-%CE%B1%CE%B3%CE%AC%CF%80%C...
Williams, Paliatsaras & Thrasivoulidou – "Promitheas" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/williams-paliatsaras-thrasivoulidou-promi...

Missing Songs:
Kostas Katsigiannis – "Me ekatonpeninta"
Marianna Efstratiou – "Ta hili pou filouses"
Nikos Katikaridis – "O vassilias ton ftohon"
Efstathia Mantzoufa – "Deisdaemona"

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Greece and Ellinikí Radiofonía Tileórasi (ERT) chose to host a National Selection with the winner being chosen by televoting (50%) and an "expert" jury (50%). Antique was chosen with "Die for You" and placed 3rd at Eurovision.

The final took place on 6 March 2001 at the REX Music Hall in Athens, hosted by Dafni Bokota. Nine songs competed and the winner was selected over two rounds of voting. In the first round, the top four songs were selected by jury voting to proceed to the second round. In the second round, the winner, "Die for You" performed by Antique, was selected by a 50/50 combination of public televoting and jury voting. As there was a tie for the first place, the results of the public vote took precedence and led to the victory of Antique.

Missing Song Lyrics:
Kay Connors "One More Time" (2nd) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/kay-connors-mia-fora-one-more-time-lyrics...
Maria-Louiza Vassilopoulou "Agapise me" (3rd) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/maria-louiza-vasilopoulou-agapise-me-lyri...
Lenou "S'efharisto" (4th) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/lenou-sefharisto-lyrics-request
Sissy Bitzou - "To koritsaki tou bampa" (Eliminated) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/sissy-bitzou-koritsaki-tou-bampa-lyrics-r...
Lorna - "Zoi, s'agapao" (Eliminated) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/lorna-greek-zoi-sagapao-lyrics-request
Tzina Fotinopoulou - "Killed Angels" (Eliminated) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/tzina-fotinopoulou-killed-angels-lyrics-r...
Dimitris Laskaridis - "Santorini" (Eliminated) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/dimitris-laskaridis-santorini-lyrics-request
Maria Karagouni & Thanasis Dimopoulos - "Me ta matia tis psychis" (Eliminated) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/maria-karagouni-thanasis-dimopoulos-me-ta...

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Greece and Ellinikí Radiofonía Tileórasi (ERT) chose to host a National Selection with the winner being chosen via 50% televoting and 50% "expert" jury. Michalis Rakintzis was chosen with "S.A.G.A.P.O."

Ellinikós Telikós 2002 was the Greek national final developed by ERT to select the Greek entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2002. The competition took place on 26 February 2002 at the REX Music Hall in Athens, hosted by Dafni Bokota and televised on ET1.

Missing Song Lyrics:
Veronika - "Tu non c’eri qui" (Eliminated) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/veronika-greek-tu-non-ceri-qui-lyrics-req...
Kokkinos, Theodorou, Komninou & Kokkinos - "Pension – Sweet Home" (Eliminated) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/kokkinos-theodorou-komninou-kokkinos-pens...
Elina Konstantopoulou & Marion Georgiou - "Beautiful Life" (Eliminated) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/elina-konstantopoulou-marion-georgiou-bea...
Katerina Topazi - "Moiazei na 'nai sinema/Y tu cruel" (Eliminated) = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/katerina-topazi-miazei-nanai-cinema-lyric...

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Greece competed in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, held on 24 May 2003 at the Skonto Hall in Riga, Latvia. The Greek broadcaster Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT) organised a public selection process entitled Ena tragoudi gia tin Evropi (Ένα τραγούδι για την Ευρώπη; "A song for Europe") to determine its entry for the contest. Held on 26 February 2003 in Athens, the event saw 10 songs compete to be the Greek entry; the results were determined by a combination of jury, SMS and televoting. Singer Mando with the song "Never Let You Go" received the most votes and was selected to represent the nation. The song was written by Mando and Terry Siganos.

To promote the entry, a music video and five track CD single for the song were released and Mando made appearances at events in Cyprus, Croatia and Malta, as well as at Mediterranean party in Riga in the lead up to the contest. "Never Let You Go" was performed 17th at the international contest on 24 May 2003 and at the close of the voting process, finished in 17th place, receiving 25 points from six countries.

Missing Song Lyrics:
Marian Georgiou - "Can’t Escape – Come Back" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/marian-georgiou-can%E2%80%99t-escape-%E2%...
Alexandros Chatzis - "I agapi einai dromos – L'amore e la strada" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/alexandros-chatzis-i-agapi-einai-dromos-%...
Kaminaris, Papadopoulos & Papalexi - "Kapote – Come With Me" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/kaminaris-papadopoulos-papalexi-kapote-%E...
Giorgos Nassios - "It’s Alright" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/giorgos-nassios-it%E2%80%99s-alright-lyri...
Kostas Chrisis - "Gotta Be a Way for Love" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/kostas-chrisis-gotta-be-way-love-lyrics-r...
Dimitra Aggelou & Alter Ego - "Kapoios erotas fotia" = https://lyricstranslate.com/en/dimitra-aggelou-alter-ego-kapoios-erotas-...

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Greece won the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, its first Eurovision Song Contest victory. Greek national broadcaster Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT) internally selected Helena Paparizou who sang "My Number One" in Kyiv, winning the competition with 230 points. The song is written by Manos Psaltakis, Christos Dantis and Natalia Germanou. "My Number One" was selected through a national final on 2 March 2005, where the public and a professional jury chose it over three other candidate songs.

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Following the announcement of Anna Vissi as the Eurovision 2006 representative, ERT revealed that Vissi would perform four or five songs during a national final, titled Feel the Party.[17] Four songs, three upbeat songs and a ballad, were ultimately selected and announced on 10 March 2006.[6][18]

The final took place on 14 March 2006 at the Votanikos Music Hall in Athens, hosted by Giorgos Kapoutzidis and Zeta Makripoulia.[19][20] Anna Vissi performed all four songs and the winning song, "Everything", was selected by a combination of public voting (60%) and jury voting (40%).[21] The jury consisted of Mimis Plessas, Antonis Andrikakis, Dimitris Starovas, Themos Anastasiadis, Christina Politi, Evangelia Piskera, Antonis Karatzikos, Rena Kapitsala, and a ninth aggregate press jury vote consisting of Sietse Bakker (ESCToday) and Fotis Konstantopoulos (Oikotimes). Public voting was conducted through telephone or SMS. After the announcement of "Everything" as the winning song, Vissi pledged to sing the song "from the heart and give all her best for Greece". She also stated that she liked all four songs.

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Eurovision 2007 was the Greek national final developed by ERT to select the Greek entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2007.[7] The competition took place on 28 February 2007 at the Athinon Arena Music Hall in Athens (21:00 CET), hosted by Fotis Sergoulopoulos and Maria Bakodimou.[8] The show was televised on ERT, ERT World as well as online via the ERT website ert.gr by 8 other countries

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Ellinikós Telikós 2008 was the Greek national final developed by ERT to select the Greek entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2008. The competition took place on 27 February 2008 at the Athinon Arena Music Hall in Athens (22:00–00:30 CET), hosted by actresses and comedy singers Betty and Mathilde Maggira.[10] The show was televised on NET, ERT World as well as online via the ERT website ert.gr and the official Eurovision Song Contest websites.[11] The national final was watched by an estimated 1.9 million viewers in Greece, topping the programs aired on 27 February 2008 by 45.9% according to AGB Hellas

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Following the announcement of Rouvas as their Eurovision Song Contest 2009 representative, ERT revealed during a press conference on 14 October 2009 that he would perform three songs, all written by Dimitris Kontopoulos and choreographed by Fokas Evangelinos, during a national final titled Ellinikós Telikós 2009 (Greek: Ελληνικός Τελικός, "Greek final").[13][14] In regards to the style of the songs, Rouvas stated that he trusted Kontopoulos as he had written many hits for him in the past and knew the styles of songs that fit him best.[15] The titles of the three songs were announced on 10 February 2009 and the songs in their entirety were presented during a press conference two days later at the Hilton Athens hotel.[16] Alexandra Zakka wrote the lyrics for the first song, titled "Out of Control", a pop song with R&B elements, while Craig Porteils and Cameron Giles-Webb wrote the lyrics for both "Right On Time", a mid-tempo song, and "This Is Our Night", a dance song.[17] Craig Porteils is a Greek Australian music producer who has written songs and lyrics for Cher, Billy Idol, Tevin Campbell, Guns N' Roses, Rod Stewart and Ozzy Osbourne among others,[18] while Cameron Giles-Webb is another Greek Australian music producer who was the head of Gusto Music.[19]

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Ellinikós Telikós 2010 was the Greek national final organised by ERT to select the Greek entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2010. The competition took place on 12 March 2010 at the Alpha TV Studio in Athens, hosted by Rika Vaggiani and Jenny Balatsinou and artistically headed by Fokas Evangelinos. The show was televised on NET, ERT World, in Cyprus via the channel RIK 1 as well as online via the ERT website ert.gr and the official Eurovision Song Contest website eurovision.tv.

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The final took place on 2 March 2011. Six songs competed and the winner, "Watch My Dance" performed by Loukas Yorkas feat. Stereo Mike, was selected by a 50/50 combination of public voting and jury voting.[8][24] The jury consisted of Marina Lahana (radio producer and Head of ERA2), Mihalis Tasousopoulos (radio producer), Andreas Pilarinos (conductor), Giorgos Parianos (songwriter) and Bessy Malfa (actress).[25] Public voting was conducted through telephone or SMS.

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ERT announced their selection plans on 30 January 2012, with the broadcaster further reaffirming that Greece would be participating in the contest at the most minimal possible cost due to the Greek government-debt crisis affecting the country.[7][8] To achieve this, the broadcaster took a different approach compared to previous years, seeking to share a majority of the costs of participation with a large record label that had international experience. Among the costs ERT sought for the label to cover were those of recording and production of the candidate songs, promotion including the production of the winner's promotional CD, wages for creative and artistic professionals and covering the trip and accommodations in Baku.[8][9] The only label to accept the terms was Universal Music Greece, leading to an agreement between the broadcaster and the label to organize the selection process.[5][9] The two entities settled on a national final entitled Ellinikós Telikós 2012.

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Eurosong 2013 – a MAD show was the Greek national final developed by ERT to select the Greek entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2013. Organized and produced by private music channel MAD TV, the competition took place on 18 February 2013 at the Gazi Music Hall in Athens, hosted by Despina Vandi and Giorgos Kapoutzidis. The show was televised on ET1, ERT World, in Cyprus via the channel RIK 1 as well as online via the ERT website ert.gr, YouTube and the official Eurovision Song Contest website eurovision.tv. The national final was watched by 1.07 million viewers in Greece with a 22% viewership rate according to ABG Nielsen Hellas.

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Eurosong 2014 – a MAD show was the Greek national final developed by DT (the interim broadcasting channel prior to the launch of NERIT) to select the Greek entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2014. Organized and produced by private music channel MAD TV, the competition took place on 11 March 2014 at the Acro Music Hall in Athens, hosted by Despina Vandi and Giorgos Kapoutzidis. The show was televised on DT as well as online via the DT website hprt.gr and the official Eurovision Song Contest website eurovision.tv. The national final simultaneously celebrated the 40th anniversary of the first Greek participation in the Eurovision Song Contest.

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Eurosong 2015 – NERIT & MAD show (60 years of music) was the Greek national final developed by NERIT to select the Greek entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. Organized and produced by private music channel MAD TV, the competition took place on 4 March 2015 at the Enastron Music Hall in Tavros, Athens, hosted by Mary Sinatsaki and Ntoretta Papadimitriou. The show was televised on NERIT, in Cyprus via the channels RIK 2 and RIK Sat as well as online via the NERIT website and the official Eurovision Song Contest website eurovision.tv.

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Three songs were selected to participate in the national final. Music videos for the competing songs were filmed in Greece and in Odessa, Ukraine, and were presented during the national final on 6 March 2017. The show, held at ERT's studio in Athens and hosted by Elena Bouzala and Antonis Loudaros, was televised on ERT1, ERT HD and ERT World as well as streamed online via the ERT website ert.gr. The winning song, "This Is Love", was selected by a combination of public voting (70%) and international jury voting (30%). Public voting was conducted through telephone or SMS, while the international jury consisted of members of Greek diaspora communities from nine European cities. In addition to the presentation of the competing songs, the interval act featured guest performances by 2017 Cypriot Eurovision entrant Hovig and 2017 Moldovan Eurovision entrant SunStroke Project. The national final received a market share of 7%.

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