The 17th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest recorded it’s second-biggest viewing audience, after the 2006 edition.
The official Junior Eurovision site reports that a total of 11.6 million people watched the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, held in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland on the 24th of November. Below are some stats extracted from the official site;
- Poland attracted over 7 million viewers, their largest viewing on the show ever.
- Russia attracted 2.2 million viewers, their largest audience since 2011.
- France recorded a viewing of 1 million, slightly below the 1.2 million viewers in 2018.
- Spain recorded a viewing audience of 1.4 million.
- The official YouTube stream attracted over 1.3 million views.
- 3.77 million valid online votes were cast.
- 11.4% younger viewing audience of 4-14 year olds.
- 10.5% average viewing share
The live show was broadcast to all 19 participating countries, and was also streamed live via YouTube and some national radio stations.
Wiktoria Gabor won the 2019 edition of the contest with the song ‘Superhero’, narrowly beating runner-up Kazakhstan. Spain came in third, The Netherlands fourth and France fifth.
Article Source: Junioreurovision.tv