It has been estimated that over 8,000 TV and radio reporters were in London cover the Royal Wedding.
The coverage on most of the major TV networks started around 4am EST, which was just fine with me since I am completely obsessed with the royal wedding! My personal choice for the wedding coverage was by ABC and Good Morning America.
ABC had Barbara Walters and Diane Sawyer on board with support from Robin Roberts and Tina Brown. Hands down, the best team as far as depth of coverage and ABC had a secret weapon—the most beloved fashion guru in the world–Tim Gunn.
BBC and BBC America Many Americans went to BBC America because, hello, the BBC is British! BBC America had BBC One journalist Huw Edwards anchoring Royal Wedding coverage.
NBC and Today Show -NBC will be covered the wedding live starting at 4am EST/1am PST. One thing that NBC did that I wish ABC would have done? The KISS countdown clock!
CBS and The Early Show CBS will covered the Royal wedding starting at 5am EST/2 am PST. I wish Harry would have been there! Bad move Early Show, taking Harry off the air!
Did You Sleep In? Here’s Where You Can Watch the Royal Wedding
CBS, BBC America, TLC and Reelz will air highlight reels of the Royal Wedding starting at 8pm EST on Friday night and NBC and E! will air highlight reels at 9pm EST Friday night. So in case you slept in this morning, you can catch up!
Which royal wedding coverage did you watch?
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