Royal Wedding 2011: Prince William and Kate Middleton

With just over two weeks to go until the Royal Wedding on April 29, London is readying for an influx of up to 8,000 TV and radio journalists to cover the event. US network NBC is said to be sending “an army of people” to London, while the BBC will devote an estimated 500 to 1,000 staff to its live wall-to-wall coverage.

NMA is also busy preparing to bring our fans the best possible coverage of the big day. Because we can take you places the other networks can’t reach.

It is estimated that up to 2 billion viewers will watch the wedding around the world — and maybe beyond.

Guest starring Tomas Flaherty and Storm Tillman as journalists.

Are you excited about the royal wedding 2.0? Is it going to top Diana and Prince Charles’s ‘fairytale’ wedding? Do you think it’ll be a happy ending? Tell us all about it!


royal wedding Royal Wedding 2011: Prince William and Kate Middleton (Next Media Animation TV)

  • http://profiles.google.com/rrwillsj richard wills

    I am torn between deciding which is more useless. Inbred aristocratic pretensions, the public’s mindless worship of pseudo-celebrities or the “press” wasting time and resources chasing the inedible.

  • http://www.presentsformen.co.uk/category.asp?cat_id=ROYALWED David

    I’m really looking forward to the Royal Wedding and have recently bought an official Royal Wedding Coin issues by the Royal Mint. Now is it me or does Harry look like he is scowling? The Daily Mail also picked up on this. Take a look at the picture of it here (I bought it from this site) and let me know what you think:

    http://www.presentsformen.co.uk/category.asp?cat_id=ROYALWED