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Question 1: On 2 December 2006, the contest was broadcast live from ________, Romania making it the second time the contest had been held in a capital city.

Question 2: ITV, the United Kingdom broadcaster of the contest from 2003 up until and including 2005, withdrew from the contest, after they were originally given the rights to broadcast it when the ________ declined the offer.
Norwegian Broadcasting CorporationTG4BBCRaidió Teilifís Éireann

Question 3: Serbia and Montenegro participated in the 2005 contest, but since then, ________ voted for independence.
CroatiaAlbaniaBosnia and HerzegovinaMontenegro

Question 4: TVR won the rights of hosting the contest over AVRO of the ________ (who hosted the next contest).

Question 5: It was organised by the Romanian national broadcaster, Romanian Television (TVR), in co-operation with the ________ (EBU).
European Broadcasting UnionSveriges TelevisionMagyar RádióRAI

Question 6: In 2003, they broadcast the contest on main channel ________, relegating it to ITV2 for the next two years due to bad viewer ratings, before their complete withdrawal in 2006.
ITV plcITV1ITVGranada Television

Question 7: The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2006 was the fourth edition of the ________ for young singers aged 8 to 15.
Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2007Junior Eurovision Song ContestJunior Eurovision Song Contest 2004

Question 8: [2] ________ also expressed an interest in hosting this contest.

Question 9: The show was broadcast live in the competing countries, as well as ________, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Australian television channel Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) that acquired the rights for broadcasting the show, which was broadcast on 1 January 2007.

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