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Vonum wrote:Youtube Kids still?

Uhhhh not in my videos. Ask Kalush to turn off the YT Kids thing on his video

Vonum wrote:Youtube Kids still?

Do you know that today is ChatGPT's birthday? He had a little birthday party hat on his logo.

Stewie griffin george station 1

Vonum wrote:I'll get my ChatGPT at some point to do that too.

can you accept my NV application?

Vonum wrote:Youtube Kids still?

it's because i ticked the 'made for kids' thing, because I thought it would age-restrict it if I didn't

Kalush wrote:it's because i ticked the 'made for kids' thing, because I thought it would age-restrict it if I didn't

You can change it tho in video settings

Ok, here you guys have the final results of the Eurovision Thing with ChatGPT
https://youtu.be/fpsJ-OxIw4I

Kingdom of Castille wrote:So I'm gonna give you guys the link to a small recap of all songs:
https://youtu.be/I2wogFu8VLo
(it's poorly edited, I know xd)
I'll send u the scoreboard tomorrow, so you guys have some intrigue.
For now you guys can predict who will win and who will be in the last place, if u want to ofc.

https://i.imgur.com/JHZE0HW.png

Saint Monkey wrote:https://i.imgur.com/JHZE0HW.png

Welp in Spain is available to me and other people :/

Anyways I made an NV Wikipedia!

NationVision Song Contest


Logo


Also Known As:
-NationVision
-NV


Genre: Song Contest


Created By: Vonum
Based On: WorldVision Song Contest


No. Of Editions: 26


Most Wins: Kingdom of Castille (8)


Broadcasters Involved: (Previous & Current)

-RTVC (Radio Televisión Castellana)
-Radio Vonum: NationVision
-SMBS (Saint Monkey Broadcasting Service)
-I-7 (Izern-7 Broadcasting Station)
-CAYBC (Cayland Broadcasting Company)
-Tvtlr (tblar radio entoro tblar)
-SN1 (National 1)
-EBN (Equai Broadcast Network)
-FTRK (Filonian Television and Radio Company)
-Al-Momenta's Broadcaster
-Kalush's Broadcaster
-DNT (Dairasam National Television)
-BTV (Podlasie Tribes Broadcaster)
-Shield At Sports!
-Mongyloia's Broadcaster
+Other Affliations


NationVision Song Contest

The NationVision Contest (NV), is an international song competition organized currently by RTVC (Radio Television Castellana). Inspired by the WorldVision Song Contest, NV has been held for 26 times. It is one of the world's longest-running television programmes and has gained a significant global following. Over 50 countries have participated in NV, showcasing their musical talent on an international stage.

Saint Monkey holds the record for the most participation in NV, having competed 22 times, and the Kingdom of Castille has clocked up the most wins, a fantastic 8. Each participating country submits an original song, which is performed live and transmitted to national broadcasters via the NV network. A unique voting system was used, where juries from participating countries award points to the songs. The lowest-ranked country receives 1 point, while the maximum number of points awarded is equal to the number of participating countries. For example, if 5 countries compete, the top-ranked country receives 5 points, while the bottom-ranked country receives 1 point.

There have been exceptions to the usual voting system in past editions of NV. In NV1, a wheel was spun to determine the winner, adding an element of chance to the contest. In NV23, the voting system was simplified, with only seven point values available: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and the maximum score of 12 points was awarded in that edition. Since, NV has decided to keep this voting system for the foreseeable future.

Similar to its predecessor, NV provides an opportunity for the host country and city to promote themselves as tourist destinations. Thousands of spectators attend the contest each year, along with journalists who cover various aspects of the event. The contest has also been made available online, reaching audiences across the globe.

The success of NV has led to the creation of other similar events, both organized by external organizations. Additionally, special events have been organized to celebrate specific anniversaries.

Format:

The NationVision Contest (NV) follows a specific format in its voting system and overall competition. The process begins with a submission period where any nation can submit a song for consideration. The submitted songs are then reviewed for their appropriateness and adherence to the contest's rules. Once accepted, the songs move on to the main competition phase.

During the competition, each participating nation forms a jury that consists of music professionals and enthusiasts. These juries listen to and evaluate all the songs based on various criteria, including song quality, performance, and originality. After carefully considering these factors, the jury members cast their votes, assigning points to their preferred songs.

Once all the jury votes are collected, the points are calculated to determine the winner. The song with the highest total points emerges as the victor of the NationVision Contest. The winner is then announced, marking the culmination of the contest.

It's worth noting that many nations have their own distinct selection process for the NationVision Contest. For example, The Kingdom of Castille organizes a national selection event called Alcalá Fest, where artists compete to represent the nation in NV. These national selection events add an additional layer of excitement and competition within each participating country.

Overall, the NationVision Contest provides a platform for nations to showcase their musical talents and compete on an international stage, culminating in the determination of a winner through the voting system.

Participation:

The NationVision Contest (NV) has seen the participation of numerous countries, each contributing their unique musical talents to the competition. Notably, Saint Monkey has been a consistent presence in NV, having participated in every contest since joining in NV5. Their commitment and passion for the contest have made them an integral part of its history.

The Kingdom of Castille has been a dominant force in the NationVision Song Contest, showcasing their rich musical heritage through a mix of flamenco, ballads, and pop. Artists like Anaís García, Valeria Santos, and ELLA have brought their distinctive sound to the competition, captivating audiences with their powerful vocals and emotive performances. Their most recent winner, Julia Martínez, solidified their reputation as a powerhouse in the contest, claiming their record-breaking 8th victory. The Kingdom of Castille's passion for music and talent for producing world-class artists continues to captivate fans and judges alike, making them a formidable force in the world of NV.

Vonum, the founders of the NationVision Song Contest, have made a significant mark on the competition with their unique and diverse musical offerings. Their talented acts like Kaylee Bruston and Check And Mate have brought a fresh and innovative sound to the contest, pushing boundaries and captivating audiences with their captivating performances. Their most recent winner, Lexia Garçon, further demonstrated their prowess in the competition, securing their 3rd victory in NV24. Vonum's influence on the NationVision Song Contest cannot be understated, as they continue to elevate the competition with their groundbreaking artists and extraordinary musical contributions.

Equai, Cayland, and Filonian State made notable appearances in the early stages of the contest. While they eventually withdrew from NV, Equai's broadcasting network, EBN, continues to play a vital role as the LGBTQIA+ Ambassador for NV, promoting inclusivity and diversity within the competition.

Throughout the history of NV, several countries have made their mark with consistent participation. Izern, Dairasam, and Sherpus have been regular contenders, appearing in multiple contests and showcasing their musical talent to the world. Their consistent presence adds to the dynamic and diverse nature of the competition. However, Sherpus announced their indefinite retirement from the contest just before they were suppose to host NV25.

NV also boasts long-standing members who have left a lasting impact on the contest. Nations like Kalush, The Best Leaf, and Ronsania2 have been loyal participants, bringing in memorable performances and contributing to the vibrant atmosphere of NV. Additionally, the appearances of Al-momenta have added excitement and cultural diversity to the contest, further enriching the overall experience for participants and viewers alike.

The participation of these countries, both longstanding and those making notable appearances, adds depth, variety, and a sense of community to the NationVision Contest, making it a truly global celebration of music.

Hosting:

Hosting rights in the NationVision Contest (NV) are granted to countries that have previously participated in the competition. To be eligible to host, a country must have participated in at least one edition of NV. Once a country meets this requirement and decides to bid for hosting, they must send in their proposal to the President of NV.

The bidding process involves outlining the country's capabilities, infrastructure, and proposed plans for hosting the contest. This includes aspects such as the venue, accommodation arrangements, logistics, and production capabilities required to successfully organize the event. The bids are thoroughly evaluated, taking into consideration factors such as the country's resources, readiness, and ability to meet the hosting requirements.

In most editions of NV, the hosting bid that best meets the criteria is accepted by the President of NV. The chosen country then becomes the official host for the subsequent edition of the contest. However, NV28 brings a significant change to the hosting system. The winner of the edition preceding NV28 will now be given the option to host the next contest if they emerge victorious. If the winning nation declines the hosting opportunity or is unable to fulfill the hosting requirements, the responsibility will pass on to the second-place nation, and so on. This innovative approach adds a new level of excitement and anticipation, as winning nations now have the possibility of taking on the honor and challenge of hosting NV in the following edition.

Rules:

Entering a song into the NationVision Contest (NV) requires participants to fill out a form. It is mandatory for the submitted song to have an English translation, although it does not have to be sung in English. Additionally, the songs must be family-friendly, ensuring that the content is appropriate for all audiences. Respecting others and maintaining a positive and inclusive atmosphere is of utmost importance within the competition.

All these rules and regulations fall under the umbrella term known as BOWS, which stands for Ban or Warning Codes. These codes are essential tools used to monitor and address instances of misconduct or rule-breaking by participants in the NationVision Contest, NationVision-related content, and The NationVision Official Region. Incidents that potentially result in a BOW code are logged on Kingdom of Castille's software. The log includes details such as the accused nation, the specific rule broken, the punishment assigned, and the date. Once a ban has been served or an appeal has been accepted, the log is erased.

It is also possible for participants to report any violations observed during the course of the competition. It's important to note that obtaining a BOW code is not a reward, accolade, or achievement. Instead, it signifies a breach of the rules, and participants can receive one for any rule-breaking behavior, regardless of the severity. In most cases, minor offenses such as the use of inappropriate language in a song or name-calling may result in a warning. These warnings act as indicators for the Administration Members in NationVision Official.

However, more serious violations or repeated offenses can lead to bans, which are imposed on nations that have accumulated multiple warnings or have committed a significant breach of the rules. Examples of serious rule-breaking include creating a rip-off of NationVision or engaging in unauthorized usage of ChatGPT and Random Wheel. Bans are typically strict, considering the potential negative impact such behavior can have on other participating nations in the contest.

Bans can vary in their duration depending on the gravity of the offense. They can range from permanent bans to shorter-term bans that span several editions of the contest. The lengths of the bans are as follows: 20 editions or more plus the current edition (estimated at 6 months), 10 editions plus the current edition (estimated at 3 months), 5 editions plus the current edition (estimated at 2 months), 3 editions plus the current edition (estimated at 1.5 month), 2 editions plus the current edition (estimated at 1 month), 1 edition plus the current edition (estimated at 20 days), and the current edition (ranging from 1 to 9 days).

It is important to note that in a BOW code, a '1' as the first number always represents a warning, while a '2' denotes a ban. These codes serve as a means of maintaining fairness, accountability, and respect within the NationVision Contest, ensuring a positive experience for all participants.

Winners:

NV

Host

Winner

NV1

Vonum

Kaylee Bruston (Vonum)

NV2

Cayland

Kiara Kapoor (Tuttiland)

NV3

Equai

Fleur-Emme Caxoie (Cayland)

NV4

Kingdom of Castille

Anaís García (Kingdom of Castille)

NV5

Filonian State

Lana and the Holograms (Cayland)

NV6

Vonum

Ethan Rivers (Kingdom of Castille)

NV7

Mongyolia

Valeria Santos (Kingdom of Castille)

NV8

The best leaf and ronsania2

Lejla (Equai)

NV9

Kingdom of Castille

The Black Rain Project (Equai)

NV10

Al-momenta

ELLA (Kingdom of Castille)

NV11

Equai

Ana Lopéz (Kingdom of Castille)

NV12

Vonum

DIMWIT (Sherpus)

NV13

Kalush

Check and Mate (Vonum)

NV14

Shieldstan

Isabel González (Kingdom of Castille)

NV15

The best leaf and ronsania2

KANA (Dairasam)

NV16

Kingdom of Castille

Domi (Kalush)

NV17

Vonum

Leya Ralands (Izern)

NV18

Saint Monkey

Charles and Jessie (Saint Monkey)

NV19

Sherpus

Saint Monkey - The Parody Party

NV20

Filonian State

Kalush- THEA

NV21

Saint Monkey

Kingdom of Castille - Juana Pantoja

NV22

The Best leaf and ronsania2

Kingdom of Castille - Julia Martínez

NV23

Kalush

Saint Monkey- Paopao Motu

NV24

Vonum

Vonum- Lexia Garçon

NV25

Vonum

Izern- Lee Daynes

NV26

Dairasam

Dairasam- Lambda (Pan Pisit-na)

Read dispatch

Tell me what to add onto it! (Don't give me much credit, AI did most of the work lol)

Al-momenta and Kingdom of Castille

Al-momenta

Saint Monkey wrote:Anyways I made an NV Wikipedia!

NationVision Song Contest


Logo


Also Known As:
-NationVision
-NV


Genre: Song Contest


Created By: Vonum
Based On: WorldVision Song Contest


No. Of Editions: 26


Most Wins: Kingdom of Castille (8)


Broadcasters Involved: (Previous & Current)

-RTVC (Radio Televisión Castellana)
-Radio Vonum: NationVision
-SMBS (Saint Monkey Broadcasting Service)
-I-7 (Izern-7 Broadcasting Station)
-CAYBC (Cayland Broadcasting Company)
-Tvtlr (tblar radio entoro tblar)
-SN1 (National 1)
-EBN (Equai Broadcast Network)
-FTRK (Filonian Television and Radio Company)
-Al-Momenta's Broadcaster
-Kalush's Broadcaster
-DNT (Dairasam National Television)
-BTV (Podlasie Tribes Broadcaster)
-Shield At Sports!
-Mongyloia's Broadcaster
+Other Affliations


NationVision Song Contest

The NationVision Contest (NV), is an international song competition organized currently by RTVC (Radio Television Castellana). Inspired by the WorldVision Song Contest, NV has been held for 26 times. It is one of the world's longest-running television programmes and has gained a significant global following. Over 50 countries have participated in NV, showcasing their musical talent on an international stage.

Saint Monkey holds the record for the most participation in NV, having competed 22 times, and the Kingdom of Castille has clocked up the most wins, a fantastic 8. Each participating country submits an original song, which is performed live and transmitted to national broadcasters via the NV network. A unique voting system was used, where juries from participating countries award points to the songs. The lowest-ranked country receives 1 point, while the maximum number of points awarded is equal to the number of participating countries. For example, if 5 countries compete, the top-ranked country receives 5 points, while the bottom-ranked country receives 1 point.

There have been exceptions to the usual voting system in past editions of NV. In NV1, a wheel was spun to determine the winner, adding an element of chance to the contest. In NV23, the voting system was simplified, with only seven point values available: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and the maximum score of 12 points was awarded in that edition. Since, NV has decided to keep this voting system for the foreseeable future.

Similar to its predecessor, NV provides an opportunity for the host country and city to promote themselves as tourist destinations. Thousands of spectators attend the contest each year, along with journalists who cover various aspects of the event. The contest has also been made available online, reaching audiences across the globe.

The success of NV has led to the creation of other similar events, both organized by external organizations. Additionally, special events have been organized to celebrate specific anniversaries.

Format:

The NationVision Contest (NV) follows a specific format in its voting system and overall competition. The process begins with a submission period where any nation can submit a song for consideration. The submitted songs are then reviewed for their appropriateness and adherence to the contest's rules. Once accepted, the songs move on to the main competition phase.

During the competition, each participating nation forms a jury that consists of music professionals and enthusiasts. These juries listen to and evaluate all the songs based on various criteria, including song quality, performance, and originality. After carefully considering these factors, the jury members cast their votes, assigning points to their preferred songs.

Once all the jury votes are collected, the points are calculated to determine the winner. The song with the highest total points emerges as the victor of the NationVision Contest. The winner is then announced, marking the culmination of the contest.

It's worth noting that many nations have their own distinct selection process for the NationVision Contest. For example, The Kingdom of Castille organizes a national selection event called Alcalá Fest, where artists compete to represent the nation in NV. These national selection events add an additional layer of excitement and competition within each participating country.

Overall, the NationVision Contest provides a platform for nations to showcase their musical talents and compete on an international stage, culminating in the determination of a winner through the voting system.

Participation:

The NationVision Contest (NV) has seen the participation of numerous countries, each contributing their unique musical talents to the competition. Notably, Saint Monkey has been a consistent presence in NV, having participated in every contest since joining in NV5. Their commitment and passion for the contest have made them an integral part of its history.

The Kingdom of Castille has been a dominant force in the NationVision Song Contest, showcasing their rich musical heritage through a mix of flamenco, ballads, and pop. Artists like Anaís García, Valeria Santos, and ELLA have brought their distinctive sound to the competition, captivating audiences with their powerful vocals and emotive performances. Their most recent winner, Julia Martínez, solidified their reputation as a powerhouse in the contest, claiming their record-breaking 8th victory. The Kingdom of Castille's passion for music and talent for producing world-class artists continues to captivate fans and judges alike, making them a formidable force in the world of NV.

Vonum, the founders of the NationVision Song Contest, have made a significant mark on the competition with their unique and diverse musical offerings. Their talented acts like Kaylee Bruston and Check And Mate have brought a fresh and innovative sound to the contest, pushing boundaries and captivating audiences with their captivating performances. Their most recent winner, Lexia Garçon, further demonstrated their prowess in the competition, securing their 3rd victory in NV24. Vonum's influence on the NationVision Song Contest cannot be understated, as they continue to elevate the competition with their groundbreaking artists and extraordinary musical contributions.

Equai, Cayland, and Filonian State made notable appearances in the early stages of the contest. While they eventually withdrew from NV, Equai's broadcasting network, EBN, continues to play a vital role as the LGBTQIA+ Ambassador for NV, promoting inclusivity and diversity within the competition.

Throughout the history of NV, several countries have made their mark with consistent participation. Izern, Dairasam, and Sherpus have been regular contenders, appearing in multiple contests and showcasing their musical talent to the world. Their consistent presence adds to the dynamic and diverse nature of the competition. However, Sherpus announced their indefinite retirement from the contest just before they were suppose to host NV25.

NV also boasts long-standing members who have left a lasting impact on the contest. Nations like Kalush, The Best Leaf, and Ronsania2 have been loyal participants, bringing in memorable performances and contributing to the vibrant atmosphere of NV. Additionally, the appearances of Al-momenta have added excitement and cultural diversity to the contest, further enriching the overall experience for participants and viewers alike.

The participation of these countries, both longstanding and those making notable appearances, adds depth, variety, and a sense of community to the NationVision Contest, making it a truly global celebration of music.

Hosting:

Hosting rights in the NationVision Contest (NV) are granted to countries that have previously participated in the competition. To be eligible to host, a country must have participated in at least one edition of NV. Once a country meets this requirement and decides to bid for hosting, they must send in their proposal to the President of NV.

The bidding process involves outlining the country's capabilities, infrastructure, and proposed plans for hosting the contest. This includes aspects such as the venue, accommodation arrangements, logistics, and production capabilities required to successfully organize the event. The bids are thoroughly evaluated, taking into consideration factors such as the country's resources, readiness, and ability to meet the hosting requirements.

In most editions of NV, the hosting bid that best meets the criteria is accepted by the President of NV. The chosen country then becomes the official host for the subsequent edition of the contest. However, NV28 brings a significant change to the hosting system. The winner of the edition preceding NV28 will now be given the option to host the next contest if they emerge victorious. If the winning nation declines the hosting opportunity or is unable to fulfill the hosting requirements, the responsibility will pass on to the second-place nation, and so on. This innovative approach adds a new level of excitement and anticipation, as winning nations now have the possibility of taking on the honor and challenge of hosting NV in the following edition.

Rules:

Entering a song into the NationVision Contest (NV) requires participants to fill out a form. It is mandatory for the submitted song to have an English translation, although it does not have to be sung in English. Additionally, the songs must be family-friendly, ensuring that the content is appropriate for all audiences. Respecting others and maintaining a positive and inclusive atmosphere is of utmost importance within the competition.

All these rules and regulations fall under the umbrella term known as BOWS, which stands for Ban or Warning Codes. These codes are essential tools used to monitor and address instances of misconduct or rule-breaking by participants in the NationVision Contest, NationVision-related content, and The NationVision Official Region. Incidents that potentially result in a BOW code are logged on Kingdom of Castille's software. The log includes details such as the accused nation, the specific rule broken, the punishment assigned, and the date. Once a ban has been served or an appeal has been accepted, the log is erased.

It is also possible for participants to report any violations observed during the course of the competition. It's important to note that obtaining a BOW code is not a reward, accolade, or achievement. Instead, it signifies a breach of the rules, and participants can receive one for any rule-breaking behavior, regardless of the severity. In most cases, minor offenses such as the use of inappropriate language in a song or name-calling may result in a warning. These warnings act as indicators for the Administration Members in NationVision Official.

However, more serious violations or repeated offenses can lead to bans, which are imposed on nations that have accumulated multiple warnings or have committed a significant breach of the rules. Examples of serious rule-breaking include creating a rip-off of NationVision or engaging in unauthorized usage of ChatGPT and Random Wheel. Bans are typically strict, considering the potential negative impact such behavior can have on other participating nations in the contest.

Bans can vary in their duration depending on the gravity of the offense. They can range from permanent bans to shorter-term bans that span several editions of the contest. The lengths of the bans are as follows: 20 editions or more plus the current edition (estimated at 6 months), 10 editions plus the current edition (estimated at 3 months), 5 editions plus the current edition (estimated at 2 months), 3 editions plus the current edition (estimated at 1.5 month), 2 editions plus the current edition (estimated at 1 month), 1 edition plus the current edition (estimated at 20 days), and the current edition (ranging from 1 to 9 days).

It is important to note that in a BOW code, a '1' as the first number always represents a warning, while a '2' denotes a ban. These codes serve as a means of maintaining fairness, accountability, and respect within the NationVision Contest, ensuring a positive experience for all participants.

Winners:

NV

Host

Winner

NV1

Vonum

Kaylee Bruston (Vonum)

NV2

Cayland

Kiara Kapoor (Tuttiland)

NV3

Equai

Fleur-Emme Caxoie (Cayland)

NV4

Kingdom of Castille

Anaís García (Kingdom of Castille)

NV5

Filonian State

Lana and the Holograms (Cayland)

NV6

Vonum

Ethan Rivers (Kingdom of Castille)

NV7

Mongyolia

Valeria Santos (Kingdom of Castille)

NV8

The best leaf and ronsania2

Lejla (Equai)

NV9

Kingdom of Castille

The Black Rain Project (Equai)

NV10

Al-momenta

ELLA (Kingdom of Castille)

NV11

Equai

Ana Lopéz (Kingdom of Castille)

NV12

Vonum

DIMWIT (Sherpus)

NV13

Kalush

Check and Mate (Vonum)

NV14

Shieldstan

Isabel González (Kingdom of Castille)

NV15

The best leaf and ronsania2

KANA (Dairasam)

NV16

Kingdom of Castille

Domi (Kalush)

NV17

Vonum

Leya Ralands (Izern)

NV18

Saint Monkey

Charles and Jessie (Saint Monkey)

NV19

Sherpus

Saint Monkey - The Parody Party

NV20

Filonian State

Kalush- THEA

NV21

Saint Monkey

Kingdom of Castille - Juana Pantoja

NV22

The Best leaf and ronsania2

Kingdom of Castille - Julia Martínez

NV23

Kalush

Saint Monkey- Paopao Motu

NV24

Vonum

Vonum- Lexia Garçon

NV25

Vonum

Izern- Lee Daynes

NV26

Dairasam

Dairasam- Lambda (Pan Pisit-na)

Read dispatch

Tell me what to add onto it! (Don't give me much credit, AI did most of the work lol)

Seems great!

Saint Monkey wrote:Anyways I made an NV Wikipedia!

NationVision Song Contest


Logo


Also Known As:
-NationVision
-NV


Genre: Song Contest


Created By: Vonum
Based On: WorldVision Song Contest


No. Of Editions: 26


Most Wins: Kingdom of Castille (8)


Broadcasters Involved: (Previous & Current)

-RTVC (Radio Televisión Castellana)
-Radio Vonum: NationVision
-SMBS (Saint Monkey Broadcasting Service)
-I-7 (Izern-7 Broadcasting Station)
-CAYBC (Cayland Broadcasting Company)
-Tvtlr (tblar radio entoro tblar)
-SN1 (National 1)
-EBN (Equai Broadcast Network)
-FTRK (Filonian Television and Radio Company)
-Al-Momenta's Broadcaster
-Kalush's Broadcaster
-DNT (Dairasam National Television)
-BTV (Podlasie Tribes Broadcaster)
-Shield At Sports!
-Mongyloia's Broadcaster
+Other Affliations


NationVision Song Contest

The NationVision Contest (NV), is an international song competition organized currently by RTVC (Radio Television Castellana). Inspired by the WorldVision Song Contest, NV has been held for 26 times. It is one of the world's longest-running television programmes and has gained a significant global following. Over 50 countries have participated in NV, showcasing their musical talent on an international stage.

Saint Monkey holds the record for the most participation in NV, having competed 22 times, and the Kingdom of Castille has clocked up the most wins, a fantastic 8. Each participating country submits an original song, which is performed live and transmitted to national broadcasters via the NV network. A unique voting system was used, where juries from participating countries award points to the songs. The lowest-ranked country receives 1 point, while the maximum number of points awarded is equal to the number of participating countries. For example, if 5 countries compete, the top-ranked country receives 5 points, while the bottom-ranked country receives 1 point.

There have been exceptions to the usual voting system in past editions of NV. In NV1, a wheel was spun to determine the winner, adding an element of chance to the contest. In NV23, the voting system was simplified, with only seven point values available: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and the maximum score of 12 points was awarded in that edition. Since, NV has decided to keep this voting system for the foreseeable future.

Similar to its predecessor, NV provides an opportunity for the host country and city to promote themselves as tourist destinations. Thousands of spectators attend the contest each year, along with journalists who cover various aspects of the event. The contest has also been made available online, reaching audiences across the globe.

The success of NV has led to the creation of other similar events, both organized by external organizations. Additionally, special events have been organized to celebrate specific anniversaries.

Format:

The NationVision Contest (NV) follows a specific format in its voting system and overall competition. The process begins with a submission period where any nation can submit a song for consideration. The submitted songs are then reviewed for their appropriateness and adherence to the contest's rules. Once accepted, the songs move on to the main competition phase.

During the competition, each participating nation forms a jury that consists of music professionals and enthusiasts. These juries listen to and evaluate all the songs based on various criteria, including song quality, performance, and originality. After carefully considering these factors, the jury members cast their votes, assigning points to their preferred songs.

Once all the jury votes are collected, the points are calculated to determine the winner. The song with the highest total points emerges as the victor of the NationVision Contest. The winner is then announced, marking the culmination of the contest.

It's worth noting that many nations have their own distinct selection process for the NationVision Contest. For example, The Kingdom of Castille organizes a national selection event called Alcalá Fest, where artists compete to represent the nation in NV. These national selection events add an additional layer of excitement and competition within each participating country.

Overall, the NationVision Contest provides a platform for nations to showcase their musical talents and compete on an international stage, culminating in the determination of a winner through the voting system.

Participation:

The NationVision Contest (NV) has seen the participation of numerous countries, each contributing their unique musical talents to the competition. Notably, Saint Monkey has been a consistent presence in NV, having participated in every contest since joining in NV5. Their commitment and passion for the contest have made them an integral part of its history.

The Kingdom of Castille has been a dominant force in the NationVision Song Contest, showcasing their rich musical heritage through a mix of flamenco, ballads, and pop. Artists like Anaís García, Valeria Santos, and ELLA have brought their distinctive sound to the competition, captivating audiences with their powerful vocals and emotive performances. Their most recent winner, Julia Martínez, solidified their reputation as a powerhouse in the contest, claiming their record-breaking 8th victory. The Kingdom of Castille's passion for music and talent for producing world-class artists continues to captivate fans and judges alike, making them a formidable force in the world of NV.

Vonum, the founders of the NationVision Song Contest, have made a significant mark on the competition with their unique and diverse musical offerings. Their talented acts like Kaylee Bruston and Check And Mate have brought a fresh and innovative sound to the contest, pushing boundaries and captivating audiences with their captivating performances. Their most recent winner, Lexia Garçon, further demonstrated their prowess in the competition, securing their 3rd victory in NV24. Vonum's influence on the NationVision Song Contest cannot be understated, as they continue to elevate the competition with their groundbreaking artists and extraordinary musical contributions.

Equai, Cayland, and Filonian State made notable appearances in the early stages of the contest. While they eventually withdrew from NV, Equai's broadcasting network, EBN, continues to play a vital role as the LGBTQIA+ Ambassador for NV, promoting inclusivity and diversity within the competition.

Throughout the history of NV, several countries have made their mark with consistent participation. Izern, Dairasam, and Sherpus have been regular contenders, appearing in multiple contests and showcasing their musical talent to the world. Their consistent presence adds to the dynamic and diverse nature of the competition. However, Sherpus announced their indefinite retirement from the contest just before they were suppose to host NV25.

NV also boasts long-standing members who have left a lasting impact on the contest. Nations like Kalush, The Best Leaf, and Ronsania2 have been loyal participants, bringing in memorable performances and contributing to the vibrant atmosphere of NV. Additionally, the appearances of Al-momenta have added excitement and cultural diversity to the contest, further enriching the overall experience for participants and viewers alike.

The participation of these countries, both longstanding and those making notable appearances, adds depth, variety, and a sense of community to the NationVision Contest, making it a truly global celebration of music.

Hosting:

Hosting rights in the NationVision Contest (NV) are granted to countries that have previously participated in the competition. To be eligible to host, a country must have participated in at least one edition of NV. Once a country meets this requirement and decides to bid for hosting, they must send in their proposal to the President of NV.

The bidding process involves outlining the country's capabilities, infrastructure, and proposed plans for hosting the contest. This includes aspects such as the venue, accommodation arrangements, logistics, and production capabilities required to successfully organize the event. The bids are thoroughly evaluated, taking into consideration factors such as the country's resources, readiness, and ability to meet the hosting requirements.

In most editions of NV, the hosting bid that best meets the criteria is accepted by the President of NV. The chosen country then becomes the official host for the subsequent edition of the contest. However, NV28 brings a significant change to the hosting system. The winner of the edition preceding NV28 will now be given the option to host the next contest if they emerge victorious. If the winning nation declines the hosting opportunity or is unable to fulfill the hosting requirements, the responsibility will pass on to the second-place nation, and so on. This innovative approach adds a new level of excitement and anticipation, as winning nations now have the possibility of taking on the honor and challenge of hosting NV in the following edition.

Rules:

Entering a song into the NationVision Contest (NV) requires participants to fill out a form. It is mandatory for the submitted song to have an English translation, although it does not have to be sung in English. Additionally, the songs must be family-friendly, ensuring that the content is appropriate for all audiences. Respecting others and maintaining a positive and inclusive atmosphere is of utmost importance within the competition.

All these rules and regulations fall under the umbrella term known as BOWS, which stands for Ban or Warning Codes. These codes are essential tools used to monitor and address instances of misconduct or rule-breaking by participants in the NationVision Contest, NationVision-related content, and The NationVision Official Region. Incidents that potentially result in a BOW code are logged on Kingdom of Castille's software. The log includes details such as the accused nation, the specific rule broken, the punishment assigned, and the date. Once a ban has been served or an appeal has been accepted, the log is erased.

It is also possible for participants to report any violations observed during the course of the competition. It's important to note that obtaining a BOW code is not a reward, accolade, or achievement. Instead, it signifies a breach of the rules, and participants can receive one for any rule-breaking behavior, regardless of the severity. In most cases, minor offenses such as the use of inappropriate language in a song or name-calling may result in a warning. These warnings act as indicators for the Administration Members in NationVision Official.

However, more serious violations or repeated offenses can lead to bans, which are imposed on nations that have accumulated multiple warnings or have committed a significant breach of the rules. Examples of serious rule-breaking include creating a rip-off of NationVision or engaging in unauthorized usage of ChatGPT and Random Wheel. Bans are typically strict, considering the potential negative impact such behavior can have on other participating nations in the contest.

Bans can vary in their duration depending on the gravity of the offense. They can range from permanent bans to shorter-term bans that span several editions of the contest. The lengths of the bans are as follows: 20 editions or more plus the current edition (estimated at 6 months), 10 editions plus the current edition (estimated at 3 months), 5 editions plus the current edition (estimated at 2 months), 3 editions plus the current edition (estimated at 1.5 month), 2 editions plus the current edition (estimated at 1 month), 1 edition plus the current edition (estimated at 20 days), and the current edition (ranging from 1 to 9 days).

It is important to note that in a BOW code, a '1' as the first number always represents a warning, while a '2' denotes a ban. These codes serve as a means of maintaining fairness, accountability, and respect within the NationVision Contest, ensuring a positive experience for all participants.

Winners:

NV

Host

Winner

NV1

Vonum

Kaylee Bruston (Vonum)

NV2

Cayland

Kiara Kapoor (Tuttiland)

NV3

Equai

Fleur-Emme Caxoie (Cayland)

NV4

Kingdom of Castille

Anaís García (Kingdom of Castille)

NV5

Filonian State

Lana and the Holograms (Cayland)

NV6

Vonum

Ethan Rivers (Kingdom of Castille)

NV7

Mongyolia

Valeria Santos (Kingdom of Castille)

NV8

The best leaf and ronsania2

Lejla (Equai)

NV9

Kingdom of Castille

The Black Rain Project (Equai)

NV10

Al-momenta

ELLA (Kingdom of Castille)

NV11

Equai

Ana Lopéz (Kingdom of Castille)

NV12

Vonum

DIMWIT (Sherpus)

NV13

Kalush

Check and Mate (Vonum)

NV14

Shieldstan

Isabel González (Kingdom of Castille)

NV15

The best leaf and ronsania2

KANA (Dairasam)

NV16

Kingdom of Castille

Domi (Kalush)

NV17

Vonum

Leya Ralands (Izern)

NV18

Saint Monkey

Charles and Jessie (Saint Monkey)

NV19

Sherpus

Saint Monkey - The Parody Party

NV20

Filonian State

Kalush- THEA

NV21

Saint Monkey

Kingdom of Castille - Juana Pantoja

NV22

The Best leaf and ronsania2

Kingdom of Castille - Julia Martínez

NV23

Kalush

Saint Monkey- Paopao Motu

NV24

Vonum

Vonum- Lexia Garçon

NV25

Vonum

Izern- Lee Daynes

NV26

Dairasam

Dairasam- Lambda (Pan Pisit-na)

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Tell me what to add onto it! (Don't give me much credit, AI did most of the work lol)

I like it!

I'm gonna submit my entry tomorrow as today I'm feeling sick

Kingdom of Castille wrote:I'm gonna submit my entry tomorrow as today I'm feeling sick

Hope you get better soon!

Im submitting my song now...

Floridabound I am, gone until 12/13

Celebrate Christmas Florida Style!

Everyone Enjoying Miami (NV24, not where Sherpus is going)?

Quick Hint at my NV25 song in Sherpus: It’s in Zulu, a South African Language! That’ll add to my list of languages used in NV. If you used any that isn’t on the list I made, please notify me.

So I guess we will use the same voting system that Kalush created, or maybe the Eurovision one because we are 10 countries.

Kingdom of Castille wrote:So I guess we will use the same voting system that Kalush created, or maybe the Eurovision one because we are 10 countries.

Very Strong Songs too. Going to be difficult Vote for me

Kingdom of Castille wrote:Uhhhh not in my videos. Ask Kalush to turn off the YT Kids thing on his video

Technically Speaking, I have no power nor control over Kalush. I’m only the Founder and Governor, and I cannot do a lot. That’s up to you.

Vonum wrote:Very Strong Songs too. Going to be difficult Vote for me

Technically Speaking, I have no power nor control over Kalush. I’m only the Founder and Governor, and I cannot do a lot. That’s up to you.

I already did

i'll sort out the video when i get onto my laptop this morning.
i'd recommend keeping the voting system the same until we have enough participants to justify a voting system with 10 or 12 (15 & 25).

Kingdom of Castille, you need to put the English translation beside your song, which I’m guessing is ‘Echos of Friendship’. Sorry for that, it’s just the rules. Even the President can’t avoid it.

Vonum wrote:Kingdom of Castille, you need to put the English translation beside your song, which I’m guessing is ‘Echos of Friendship’. Sorry for that, it’s just the rules. Even the President can’t avoid it.

I already did this morning

Saint Monkey and Stewie griffin george station 1

Stewie griffin george station 1

Kingdom of Castille wrote:I already did this morning

my entry is Whipcrack

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