Barraclough, Leo
April 2011
Variety;4/18/2011, Vol. 422 Issue 10, p3
Trade Publication
The article discusses planning for live television broadcasting of the royal wedding of Prince William of Great Britain and Kate Middleton to be held April 29, 2011. The extensive coverage planned by both British and foreign broadcasting companies is considered, and it is noted that an estimated 8,000 reporters and other mass media personnel are expected to be involved. The broadcasting plans of the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC), which will present the most extensive coverage, are examined.


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