In the US, the following stations will broadcast the Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton Live– beginning 4AM April 29, 2011
- ABC — Diane Sawyer and Barbara Walters – Coverage starts at 4 a.m April 29.
- CBS — Katie Couric and coverage -starts at 4 a.m. April 29.
- NBC — Meredith Vieira and Matt Lauer -Coverage starts 4 a.m. on the wedding day.
- BBC America — commercial-free simulcast of what the BBC network in England will be showing. Coverage starts at 3 a.m.
- Fox News Channel — Joan Lunden. Coverage begins at 4 a.m.
- CNN — Piers Morgan, Kiran Chetry will host the coverage.
- TLC — live, wedding coverage.
- Lifetime — “Royal Wedding of a Lifetime”
- E! — live with host Giuliana Rancic.
- Telemundo — live coverage of ceremony.
- BRAVO — 11 p.m. Thursday. Andy Cohen will host,
- Reelz Channel — live wedding coverage.
The DISH Network will be airing the following stations -by time, channel and area (/www.theamericandishtv.com/blog/royal-wedding-on-dish-network/)
- 3AM- MSNBC Royal Wedding Coverage (MSNBC – DISH Network channel 209)
- 4AM – BBC America Royal Wedding Coverage (BBC America- DISH Network channel 135)
- 4AM – CNN Royal Wedding Coverage (CNN- DISH Network channel 200)
- 4AM – Fox News Royal Wedding Coverage (Fox News)
- 4AM ‘Good Morning America’ (ABC)
- 4AM – ‘Live From the Royal Wedding’ (E! – DISH Network channel 114)
- 4AM- ‘Today’ (NBC)
- 5AM – CBS Royal Wedding Coverage (CBS)
- 5AM- ‘The Royal Wedding – Live!’ (Reelz Channel – DISH Network channel 289)
- 5AM- TLC’s Royal Wedding Event and Live Broadcast (TLC- DISH Network channel 183)
- 7PM- ‘Royal Wedding Highlights’ (Reelz Channel – DISH Network channel 289)
- 8PM- ‘Kathy Griffin’s Insightful and Hilarious Take on the Royal Wedding’ (TV Guide Network)
- 8PM- ‘The Royal Wedding: Modern Majesty’ (CBS)
- 8 PM- The Royal Wedding: Encore and More (TLC)
- 9PM- ‘Dateline’ (NBC)
- 9PM- ’20/20′ (ABC)
- 9PM -‘Will and Kate: Road to the Altar’ (E!)
- 8PM -Turner Classic Movies Royal Wedding Movie Marathon (TCM-DISH channel 132)
- 10PM- ‘Fashion Police Royal Wedding’ (E!)
The Royal Channel on YouTube, will live-stream the entire event starting at 10 a.m. London time (5 a.m. ET) Friday April 29.