Serbia: More than 1.5 half million viewers for the Grand Final of Pesma za Evroviziju 2024!

Last night, PZE 2024, the Serbian national selection for Eurovision 2024, was concluded. During the three-hour broadcast on the RTS channel, more than 1,645,000 viewers tuned in, while the audience share reached 25%.

Along with RTS’s traditional broadcast on TV, PZE 2024 was also broadcasted live on YouTube for the international audience. 95 thousand viewers were tuned in during the winner’s announcement, reaching a record number, while more than 700 thousand people watched the broadcast live or, following the conclusion, in demand.

The selection was considered a success, as the audience’s interest was really high, Indicatively, RTS’s readership on Eurovision articles was increased, videos of PZE’s 2024 participants on RTS’s TikTok account received more than four million views, while the official #PZE24 hashtag on X trended globally throughout its three-shows run.

Ultimately, 206.499 SMS were collected, another record for PZE, while all revenue from PZE 2024 voting would be donated to philanthropy.

In the end, Teya Dora was crowned the winner of PZE 2024 with her entry “Ramona“. Teya finished first in the jury and second in public’s vote and will fly the Serbian flag to Malmö. Serbia is allocated to perform at the first half of the first semi-final on May 7.

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Source: RTS
1 reply
  1. Gregor
    Gregor says:

    Hab das Lied von Teya Dora gehört. Absolut nicht mein Geschmack. Mit dem Lied kann Serbien garantiert nur einen der letzten Plätze beim ESC24 beanspruchen – zum einschlafen. Da hättet ihr lieber Breskvica schicken sollen. Die hat ein Lied mit mehr Power.

    Halte den Contest in Serbien als manipuliert oder die Jury für bezahlt. Jedenfalls ist eines Sicher. Das Publikum hat mit ihren SMS den Sieger gewählt. Schade, dass das Wort des Publikums weniger Gewicht hat.

    Viele Grüße


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