Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2013

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Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2013
Final date 30 November 2013[1]
Venue National Palace of Arts "Ukraina", Kiev
Presenter(s) Timur Miroshnychenko
Zlata Ognevich
Executive supervisor Victoria Romanova
Host broadcaster National Television Company of Ukraine (NTU)
Interval act Anastasiya Petryk (2012 winner)
Number of entries 12
Debuting countries  San Marino
Returning countries  Macedonia
Withdrawing countries  Albania
Voting system each country awards 1-7, 8, 10 and 12 points.
Junior Eurovision Song Contest
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The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2013 will be the 11th annual Junior Eurovision Song Contest. It will take place in Kiev, Ukraine on 30 November 2013.[1][2] The venue for the contest was announced on 10 April 2013, as the National Palace of Arts "Ukraina".[3] Ukrainian broadcaster NTU will be the host broadcaster for the event.[2] This is the second time the contest will be held in Kiev, the first being the 2009 Contest. It will also be the second time in the history of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest that the event will be held in last year's winning country.

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