Armenian public broadcaster, CJSC, have announced the rules of the Armenian national final for the Eurovision Song Contest 2010, which will be held in the capital of Norway, Oslo, in May.
The country of mountains, Armenia, will have a national final in February for the next Eurovision Song Contest 2010. According to rules, songwriters from Armenia and abroad can submit their songs for the national final. As it was in the past years, Armenian national broadcaster AMPTV will broadcast the Armenian national finals and Eurovision Song Contest this year too.
The official website of Eurovision Song Contest also quotes the rules as: "The deadline for submissions is the 1st of February. Both Armenian and foreign songwriters are asked to send in their songs, and on the 10th of February, a jury will pick the ten best submissions. Those acts will get the right to take part in the national final, the outcome of which will be decided by a 50/50 combination of televoting and the verdict of an expert jury." For detailed information, you can find the rules by clicking here.
Armenia joined to the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006 for the first time, and became one of the most successful countries in the contest placing in top 10 up to now. Sisters Inga and Anush were the last participants from Armenia at the Eurovision song Contest.