Monday’s service is the first time cameras will be allowed into the funeral of a British monarch. In 1952, King George VI’s funeral procession — but not the service itself — was broadcast on television.
The New York Times will feature a livestream of the main events.
The broadcast will be shared as widely as possible with international affiliates; American outlets like CNN will show it.
The BBC will stream the procession from Westminster Hall, the funeral and the committal service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on television and on the BBC website.
In Canada, CBC said it would livestream the funeral, and in Australia, it will be live on ABC.