Tuesday, 19 April 2011

YouWed – YouTube Streams Royal Wedding Live

Unsurprisingly, YouTube has confirmed it will be live streaming the royal wedding when it takes place on April 29th.

This isn't the first time the online video-sharing site has streamed world news live. I remember watching the recent events in Egypt via Al Jazeera's integrated live stream on their YouTube channel page.

A screenshot of the royal family YouTube page

The wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton will be available to access via the official channel of the British Royal Family. For some reason, the thought of the royal family having their own YouTube channel makes me smile. Are we going to get some hilarious home videos too? Prince William slipping on a banana peel? Maybe not.

A Google spokesman stated: “We're thrilled that the Royal Household has just announced that footage of the entire ceremony will be live-streamed on their official YouTube channel”.

Streaming of the event will begin at 9am GMT April morning and will also feature commentary and “insights into the occasion”, which will be offered throughout the broadcast. The live video feed will also be accompanied by additional photos, Twitter updates and a historical background to the event.

The broadcast can be accessed at the following link: http://www.youtube.com/theroyalchannel


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