Figures are down from 2021. The NRK believes that last year’s high numbers were related to the epidemic, and this year’s figures are close to the finals figures under normal circumstances.
Last year, 1.5 million spectators watched the final. Statistics are connected via linear view and digital NRK TV.
In 2020, no ESC finals were held due to the epidemic.
In 2019, 1.3 million people watched the final on the NRK, and in 2018, 1.38 million people watched it.
A press release from the NRK emphasizes that Saturday’s final broadcast had an 89 percent market share – the highest they have been measured by modern television measurements since 2000, according to the state channel.
The exact decline from 2021 to 2022 is 275,000 visitors – from 1.504 million last year to 1.229 million this year.
– More than 1.5 million viewers may have been affected by the corona epidemic last year, and NRK’s media analyst Maren Eline Fossan says the number of viewers this year is roughly consistent with 2018 and 2019.
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