12 Places to Watch the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton
As you might have heard by now, there's a big giant wedding taking place on Friday and it'll be broadcast for the entire world to watch.
I'm talking, of course, about the Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton - an affair so big, you can bet your royal chariot that every major news organization in their right mind will show up to cover it.
That's good news for you, since it means you'll be able to watch the festivities, too. Find out how after the jump.
On The Big Screen
- Of course, you can come to Channel 957's Royal Wedding Private Viewing at Celebration Cinema North tomorrow morning. Doors are opening at 4:30am, with the pre-wedding coverage starting at 5am and the wedding itself starting at 6am. There will be tea, breakfast, you can get your picture taken with the royal couple, and of course, some great prizes. If you didn't make it out to a voucher stop, or win them on the air, that's okay. Just go to Celebration Cinema's website, and enter the code 591732! Be sure to print off your confirmation and bring it to Celebration Cinema with you in the morning.
- YouTube via Royal Channel (begins at 4:30AM ET)
- PBS NewsHour (begins at 4:30 AM ET)
- ET The Insider (begins at 5AM ET)
- CBS's Katie Couric (begins at 4AM ET)
- CNN (begins at 4 AM ET)
- Hulu via ABC (begins at 4AM ET)
- "The Royal Wedding" on BBC will air at midnight ET.
- "Good Morning America" on ABC will begin at 1AM ET.
- "The Today Show" on NBC will begin at 1AM ET.
- "Live from the Royal Wedding" on E! will begin at 4AM ET.
- "The Royal Wedding" on TLC will begin at 5AM ET.