The latest edition of Eurovision Song Contest last week was one of the most popular TV events in Lithuania, with 1.3 million people tuning in to watch at least one of the three concerts.
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The Eurovision finale on Saturday, which was broadcast on LRT and LRT Kultūra, attracted over 600,000 TV viewers, according to TNS LT. This accounts for 65% of the country's total television audience.

Nearly 36,000 viewers, or 4%, watched Eurovision with sign language translation, which was broadcast on LRT Kultūra.

In all, 1.277 million Lithuanians tuned in at least once during the three Eurovision concerts last Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

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