According to the New York Post, the number of viewers for the 2019 Grammy Awards was 19.9 million, a slight increase from last year but still at a record low.
The 61st Grammy Awards ceremony was officially closed on February 10 (local time) in Los Angeles, USA. The biggest planetary music party with artist performances and awards for Lady Gaga, Cardi B, Drake, Kacey Musgraves …
According to the New York Post, the 2019 Grammy viewership on CBS attracted 19.9 million, an increase of about 100,000 compared to 19.8 million in 2018.
However, when considering the age rating of 18-49 years old, this awards ceremony reached 5.6 / 21, down 5% from last year at 5.9 / 21.
Many people believe that although the organizers deliberately invited BTS to save ratings when top stars such as Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Drake or Kendrick Lamar … have refused to participate. But with the above figures, the Grammy has seen a slight increase in viewership than in 2018 but still at a record low.
This is not surprising when the trend of all the major traditional programs in the world has not been as much attentive to the audience as before.
Despite the reputation of being overthrown, there is no denying that the above part helps the program to communicate more strongly. Fortunately, the quality of the program is finally confirmed by a high-class music table and a final result that makes all happy.
The Grammy Award (the first name of Gramophone Awards or simply Grammy) is an award organized by the American National Academy of Arts and Sciences for outstanding achievements in the recording industry. The awards ceremony often has performances by famous artists.
Grammy is considered the most prestigious award in the field of music worldwide, equivalent to an Oscar in film.
Grammy “owner” this year is none other than singer Alicia Keys. Those present at the event were able to see excellent performances from Miley Cyrus, Camila Cabello or the new generation of talented singers Shawn Mendes. Song, Grammy also has a lot of clutter at the stage of organization, conflicts with artists.