Broadcasters filming their entry at home were offered two staging options for Junior Eurovision 2020. Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, most performances will be pre-recorded in their home country.
The Belarussian broadcaster BTRC confirmed that delegations that opted to pre-record the final performance in their own country were offered two staging options. One staging option features the use of LED screens whilst the other offered staged use projections instead. BTRC confirmed they have opted for the use of LED screens for their performance given the availability of the technology. It is rumoured that Spanish broadcaster RTVE has opted for the use of LED screens in their staging also.
As previously reported on Eurovoxx, three delegations including Malta, Serbia and Ukraine are expected to travel to Poland to record their performance, alongside the host entry Poland itself.
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