Jugovizija

Jugovizija (in English: Yugovision) was the Yugoslav national final to Eurovision Song Contest.

Jugovizija was original title to the festival. But when festival was staged in Opatija for several years in the 1970s, it began being known as Festival Opatija. In 1981, it began to be known as Jugoslavenski izbor za Pesmu Evrovizije.

Participants

StationFederal UnitFirst AppearanceLast AppearanceHostingVictories
RTV SarajevoSR Bosnia and Herzegovina196919921972,
1991
1964,
1973,
1976,
1981
RTV ZagrebSR Croatia196119911962,
1965,
1969,
1973,
1974,
1975,
1976,
1990
1963,
1965,
1968,
1969,
1971,
1972,
1986,
1987,
1988,
1989,
1990
RTV SkopjeSR Macedonia196419911968,
1984
X
RTV TitogradSR Montenegro19711992X1983,
1984
RTV BelgradeSR Serbia196119921966,
1970,
1981,
1987,
1992
1974,
1982,
1991,
1992
RTV LjubljanaSR Slovenia196119911961,
1964,
1967,
1971,
1982,
1988
1961,
1962,
1966,
1967,
1970,
1975
RTV PrištinaSAP Kosovo197519921986X
RTV Novi SadSAP Vojvodina197519921983,
1989
X

All Television Centers took part in every edition of song contest from their first to last appearance. In every edition participants had songs and panel. The winner of every edition was act with highest summed score from all panels.
The most successful participant was RTV Zagreb.

History

YearHost cityParticipantsWinnerArtistSongEurovision
1961Ljubljana (SLO)9TV BeogradLjiljana Petrović"Neke davne zvezde"8th
1962Zagreb (CRO)12TV BeogradLola Novaković"Ne pali svetlo u sumrak"4th
1963Belgrade (SRB)8TV ZagrebVice Vukov"Brodovi"11th
1964Trbovlje (SLO)8TV SarajevoSabahudin Kurt"Život je sklopio krug"13th
1965Zagreb (CRO)14TV SarajevoVice Vukov"Čežnja"12th
1966Belgrade (SRB)13TV LjubljanaBerta Ambrož"Brez Besed"7th
1967Ljubljana (SLO)15TV LjubljanaLado Leskovar"Vse rože sveta"8th
1968Skopje (MKD)15TV ZagrebDubrovački trubaduri"Jedan dan"7th
1969Zagreb (CRO)17TV ZagrebIvan & 3M"Pozdrav svijetu"13th
1970Belgrade (SRB)15TV LjubljanaEva Sršen"Pridi, dala ti bom cvet"11th
1971Domžale (SLO)9TV ZagrebKrunoslav Slabinac"Tvoj dječak je tužan"14th
1972Sarajevo (BIH)12TV ZagrebTereza Kesovija"Muzika i ti"9th
1973Opatija (CRO)12 (36 semi-finalists)TV SarajevoZdravko Čolić"Gori vatra"15th
1974Opatija (CRO)12 (36 semi-finalists)TV BeogradKorni Grupa"Moja generacija"12th
1975Opatija (CRO)14 (33 semi-finalists)TV LjubljanaPepel in Kri"Dan ljubezni"13th
1976Opatija (CRO)14 (33 semi-finalists)TV SarajevoAmbasadori"Ne mogu skriti svoju bol"17th
Contest not held 1977–80 as Yugoslavia did not participate in Eurovision Song Contest
1981Belgrade (SRB)16TV SarajevoSeid Memić "Vajta""Lejla"15th
1982Ljubljana (SLO)16TV BeogradAska"Halo, Halo"14th
1983Novi Sad (SRB)16TV TitogradDanijel"Džuli"4th
1984Skopje (MKD)16TV TitogradVlado & Isolda"Ciao, amore"18th
Contest not held in 1985 as Yugoslavia did not participate in Eurovision Song Contest
1986Priština (SRB)16TV ZagrebDoris Dragović"Željo moja"11th
1987Belgrade (SRB)24TV ZagrebNovi Fosili"Ja sam za ples"4th
1988Ljubljana (SLO)15TV ZagrebSrebrna Krila"Mangup"6th
1989Novi Sad (SRB)16TV ZagrebRiva"Rock Me"1st
1990Zadar (CRO)16TV ZagrebTajči"Hajde da ludujemo"7th
1991Sarajevo (BIH)16TV BeogradBebi Dol"Brazil"21st
1992Belgrade (SRB)20TV BeogradExtra Nena"Ljubim te pesmama"13th

References

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