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In case you are wondering what your options are, we have compiled a list of what networks are offering coverage of the royal wedding on-air, online, and everywhere in between.

NBC - NBC's TODAY will start broadcasting live at 4 AM ET on NBC across all time zones.
Matt, Meredith, Ann, Al and Natalie will be joined by royal experts live from London's Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and Westminster Abbey. In New York, Kathie Lee and Hoda are hosting a live viewing party.

ABC - ABC News will run coverage from Buckingham Palace with anchors Diane Sawyer and Barbara Walters starting at 4 AM ET.

CBS - CBS coverage will be led by CBS EVENING NEWS anchor and managing editor Katie Couric in London. They will broadcast live coverage of the event from 5:00-9:00 AM ET featuring reports from EARLY SHOW co-anchor Erica Hill outside Buckingham Palace. In addition, Couric will anchor THE ROYAL WEDDING: MODERN MAJESTY, a one-hour primetime special to be broadcast later that evening at 8:00 PM, ET on the CBS Television Network.

CNN - CNN's special live coverage starts at 4 AM ET anchored by Piers Morgan, Richard Quest, Anderson Cooper, Kiran Chetry and special contributor Cat Deeley, noted British broadcaster and fashion expert. CNN will also live stream various angles of the day's events on, and on their apps for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Android tablet.

FOXNews - FOXNews coverage will be co-hosted by Shepard Smith and Martha MacCallum from Buckingham Palace beginning at 4 AM/ET.

MSNBC -MSNBC's live coverage begins at 3 am/et hosted by Martin Bashir and Chris Jansing, followed by Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski and Willie Geist at 5am/et to continue the Royal Wedding coverage, with Martin Bashir and Chris Jansing contributing.

E! - E! News begins coverage at 4am and will present five hours of live coverage with Giuliana Rancic reporting on-site from London, with a repeat of all coverage immediately following the original telecast. And of course you won't want to miss a special wedding-themed one-hour episode of "Fashion Police" at 10pm, hosted by Joan Rivers, Kelly Osbourne, Giuliana Rancic and George Kotsiopoulos.

TLC - Our very own Rob Shuter, NAUGHTY BUT NICE columnist for AOL's Popeater has signed on as the emcee TLC's coverage. TLC plans to takeover the Father Duffy Square area of New York's Times Square to broadcast a pre-show and coverage of the wedding with TLC talent and celebrity contributors for including Grammy-winning singer songwriter Colbie Caillat, TLC's Clinton Kelly, Monte Durham. Amanda Byram will be hosting in London, while Randy Fenoli reports from Times Square.

Telemundo - Telemundo will broadcast the Royal Wedding live and run an hour-long wedding special later Friday night.

Youtube - The Royal Household will stream footage of the entire ceremony live on their official YouTube channel: According to Youtube's Official Blog "The live stream will begin at 10:00am BST (9:00am GMT, 2:00am PT, 5:00am ET) on Friday, April 29, and will follow the wedding procession, marriage ceremony at Westminster Abbey and balcony kiss. Alongside the live stream, The Royal Channel will also feature live blog commentary of the event to give timely updates and insights as the day unfolds. For those of you in different time zones, the footage will be reshown in its entirety directly following the event and will be available in full on the site to view afterward."

iPad - If you aren't near a tv or computer but happen to have your iPad handy, you are in luck! NBC, ABC News, and CNN have all launched iPad apps to allow you to follow the day's events. Check your app store for details.

And of course AOL Royal Wedding and HuffingtonPost will have the latest all morning, all day, and all weekend as every detail unfolds.

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  • shalin

    nice n really cute cute cute ............................... couples

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