According to a report in the weekly news magazine, Le Point (in French), Nicolas Pernikoff, the head of entertainment at France Television, is unhappy with the current 50-50 split between national juries and the viewing public. Apparently, says Le Point, there were negotiations going on in the corridors of the hotel at which various delegations were staying during last weekend's contest in the Norwegian capital Oslo. Alliances were created to exchange points and Twitter used to influence the vote of juries in countries who would be allocating points at the end of the competition. "It's a scandal and we'll bring it up at the next committee meeting of Eurovision," said Pernikoff. "I'll also put forward a motion that only the vote of the viewing public be taken into consideration," he added. "Why should there be juries involved?"