Whether you’re a royal watcher or not, there’s no doubt that the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is a historic event and bona fide pop culture phenomenon. To make sure you don’t miss it, bookmark this list of sites that are streaming the nuptials live.
You’ll want to make sure to have more than one site at the ready, because word has it that the sheer magnitude of this event could “break the internet.” On YouTube alone, viewership is expected to exceed 400 million visitors. So if one site bombs, you’ll definitely want to be ready to pop on over to another.
Online Coverage of Wills and Kate’s Big Day
YouTube, click here – The royals’ own official YouTube channel — The Royal Channel — will be featuring the BBC’s live stream of the event (minus the commentary). 2 AM PST / 5 AM EST / 10 AM GMT
PBS Newshour (via Ustream), click here. 1:30 AM PST / 4:30 AM EST / 9:30 AM GMT
CBS News (via Ustream), click here. 1 AM PST / 4 AM EST / 9 AM GMT
ABC (via Hulu), click here. 1 AM PST / 4 AM EST / 9 AM GMT
NBC’s Today Show, click here. 1 AM PST / 4 AM EST / 9 AM GMT
FOX News (via Hulu), click here. 2 AM PST / 5 AM EST / 10 AM GMT
Associated Press (via Livestream), click here. Thurs, 11 PM PST / Fri, 2 AM EST / Fri, 6 AM GMT
CNN, click here. In addition to live coverage on CNN.com, the news outlet will also stream via its iOS and Android apps. 1 AM PST / 4 AM EST / 9 AM GMT
ET The Insider.com (via Livestream), click here. 2 AM PST / 5 AM EST / 10 AM GMT
E! Online (via Facebook), click here. E!’s Facebook stream will let fans embed it on their walls, and it will also stream via its mobile apps. 1 AM PST / 4 AM EST / 9 AM GMT
Other “Royal” Connections:
Prince William’s Profile at PrinceOfWales.gov.uk
The Royal Collection (for information, official merchandise/memorabilia)
The Royal Apps (mobile applications for iOS and Android)
And of course, let’s finish this up with a little fun: First, a link to Jay and Silent Bob’s coverage of the Royal Wedding. (I kid you not! It starts as 2 AM PST / 5 AM EST.) Second, some geekery with a 3D rendering of the procession route, courtesy of Google Earth. And third, a viral video from T-mobile, taking a shot at how they think the proceedings could go down. Enjoy.