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Current Executive Supervisor Jon Ola Sand

The Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest is a representative of the EBU whose duties include overseeing many of the aspects of the contest.  He or she is also given the task of scrutineer, and it's his or her job to make sure that the voting procedure runs smoothly and all the points are allocated correctly. The Executive Supervisor is also in charge of the rules of the contest, the Head of Delegation meetings, and submitted songs.

They also have a responsibility to rely on their voting partners (currently PwC or Digame) to ensure that allocations are fair, and that the voting is fair.

It is unknown who held the position during the period between 1957 and 1963.

The current executive supervisor is Norwegian TV executive and Eurovision Song Contest 2010 executive producer Jon Ola Sand, who has held the position since 2011. As of 2016, he also oversees the Junior Eurovision contest.

Gallery

List of Executive Supervisors/Scrutineers

Name Year(s) Served
Rolf Liebermann 1956
Miroslav Vilček 1964-1965
Clifford Brown 1966-1977
Frank Naef 1978-1992
Christian Clausen 1993-1995
Christine Marchal-Ortiz 1996, 1998-2002
Marie-Claire Vionnet 1997
Sarah Yuen 2003
Svante Stockselius 2004-2010
Jon Ola Sand 2011-present

Videos

Interview with Frank Naef - Part I06:12

Interview with Frank Naef - Part I

Interview with Frank Naef - Part II06:26

Interview with Frank Naef - Part II

Meet the Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest03:11

Meet the Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest

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