67th Sanremo Music Festival Broadcasted to Millions via State-of-the-Art Video Equipment

  • Published February 2017

The Italian public-service TV station RAI broadcasted the 67th annual Sanremo Music Festival on February 7 to 11 to millions of viewers in Italy and across Europe. Newcomers and old-stagers performed previously unreleased songs. The best performances were determined by a highly decorated jury in combination with public televoting.

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