Where to watch the Royal Wedding on live stream video —
The world is abuzz about the royal wedding between Kate Middleton and Prince William. For those in the United States, watching the green celebrity wedding live can present a challenge, not the least of which is getting up at four in the morning. And what do you do if you don’t have a television or don’t have access to cable networks? There are a number of websites that will be offering a live stream of the royal wedding for anyone interested in catching it all as it happens.
The Royal Channel on YouTube will begin broadcasting at 5 a.m. EDT. The broadcast will include “commentary, historical facts and a view of the procession to and from the ceremony,” according to RobotCeleb. There is also a link on that page where you can donate to charity in the name of Kate Middleton and Prince William. And if you’d like to follow via Twitter, @clarencehouse is the place to go. They will have live updates throughout the day, including sneak peeks.
The National Ledger reports that Hulu will offer several options for streaming the royal wedding live, beginning at 4 a.m. EDT. They say coverage options will include ABC and Fox. It may require a subscription to Hulu Plus, which is a low cost way of watching current and past episodes of all kinds of television shows and movies. It’s worth checking out. And CNN will be streaming parts of the wedding on its website, in addition to full live coverage on the broadcast television channel. The page isn’t up yet, but presumably that will be worked out soon.
So, whether you’re going to DVR the royal wedding between Kate Middleton and Prince William, or you’re going to be stuck without a television or in fornt of a computer, you have several good options.
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