William & Kate Serious
May 1, 2011 by Post Team
William & Kate Serious, Television programs for the royal wedding fairy tale of William and Kate were described as “mixed” or even “mediocre.”
Estimates of the U.S. Nielsen released yesterday, 22.8 million people tuned into the ceremony on 11 networks.
If the wedding were a show in primetime, it would beat American Idol on Wednesday as the week number one hit. Still, not bad for an event that was broadcast here in the predawn hours, unlike, say, 1997 at the funeral of Princess Diana (33.3 million). However, media types are pooh-disregard the numbers because, for all the rumors, the wedding will probably not be the greatest thing in the history of television. (Estimated worldwide public are not to be released Tuesday. “)
Now, who hoped that the wedding is the greatest in the history of television? The types of media, of course. Several months ago, a British tab and decided almost one of every two people on Earth would see.
The thing is, maybe many people did see. A whopping 400 million-livestream coverage allegedly captured on YouTube alone. How many people watched on Ustream, CNN and everything else? I do not know. (For online E! here, we know the wedding helped produce a record Friday 23,600,000 page views.)
So, yes, now Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s 1981 wedding, which was issued in just three networks, will the books with a rating of higher U.S. households William and Kate.
I do not think that books are being written.
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