The Royal Wedding of Prince Williams and Catherine Middleton on 29th of April 2011 is one of the biggest event of this year. Fans around the world are planning to visit London to see the grand ceremony – a report says the inbound flights to London has increased by 250%+ and local restaurant booking is soared by 200%+.
Well for those who are not travelling, here is our guide to catch grand wedding ceremony online – live streaming links, Facebook updates, tweets, TV channels and many more.
Web – YouTube, BBC And Others
Google has partnered with the organizers to live stream the event on official YouTube channel of The Royals. You can catch the live stream at youtube.com/theroyalchannel and officialroyalwedding2011.org.
The flagship media house of UK, BBC, is going to live stream the ceremony on its website and you can access it at bbc.com/royalwedding.
Television Guide – Relax & Enjoy The Wedding On Your Couch
Almost all the prominent television channels in UK, USA and other countries have dedicated slots to provide live telecast of the wedding as well as various programs to cover pre & post ceremony events.
For UK viewer there is no channel better than BBC to view the wedding ceremony. In USA you can view ad free telecast of wedding in BBC American HD channel. The other channels that are covering live of this event with big hit anchors in USA are - ABC, CBS, CNN, Fox News and NBC News. For details on the anchors who are hosting the program read this huffington post article
Viewers from other countries can watch the live telecast on BBC International News channel.
Twitter – Live Official Tweets And Discussions
Facebook – Connect With Your Friends & Family During Wedding
If you want to celebrate the wedding along with your Facebook friends, connect to the official Facebook page of The British Monarchy. You can congratulate and wish the couple by writing on the official Facebook Wedding Guest Book
Flickr Photo Stream – Official Photo Stream Of Wedding
iPhone & iPad Apps – Royal Apps For The Royal Day
Even though it’s a day or two event, iTunes is flooded with apps that are just designed to provide royal coverage of the mega event. Here are the few prominent apps you need to have on your iPad/iPhone