The live ceremony on Youtube and the other videos on the Youtube channel of the prize were viewed more than 277.000 times by people from all over the world. The ceremony has been broadcast by numerous TV stations and had strong press coverage across Europe.
Did you miss the European Border Breakers Awards ceremony that took place on 11 January in Groningen? Or have you seen it but you would like to see it again? Click here to see the edited show now available on Youtube.
You can also listen to the Spotify playlist with all artists who won an EBBA Award since 2004, when the prize was created.
TV stations from 12 different countries have broadcast or will broadcast the show in the near future, including NTR (Netherlands), VTM (Belgium) or RAI (Italy). Furthermore, the EBBAs were covered by 24 radio station which are members of the European Broadcasting Union, among which BBC Radio 1 (UK), Le Mouv (France), Radio Belgrade (Serbia), RTBF (Belgium). Articles about the EBBAs were published also in the printed press such as Le Monde, Metro Brussels, Music Week, and in the online press all across Europe and beyond, reaching Russia, China, New Zealand, Canada, Japan or Peru.