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The Broadcasting of the Royal Wedding
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The wedding was widely broadcast on television, internet, and radio. It was estimated that the coverage would be watched by two billion people worldwide. ITV, BBC, and CNN covered the ceremony and associated events live through the combined pool of footage from the BBC, Sky, and ITN to help cover the overall cost.
Reliability – broadcasting issues in remote places, spam
Privacy – the public people may not want to be shown on television viewed by billions of people
Integrity – the information broadcasted may be tampered with and not 100% accurate
Security – the security of the event would have been controlled using technology such as CCTV, “The group Muslims Against Crusades announced plans for a "forceful demonstration" at the wedding”, In February, security agencies, including MI5, identified "dissident Irish republican groups" as possible threats.
Authenticity – the information broadcasted
Equality of access – people with unreliable or no Internet may not be able to view it, those without cable TV
Globalization and cultural diversity – not everyone would know what was going on