Sheen's Korner has got NOTHING on the royal wedding!
Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding livestream broke a record with "300,000 concurrent viewers at 6 a.m. ET on Friday morning." Wowsa!
Livestream's CEO Max Haot says he's expecting "at least 2 million" viewers tuning in by the time the broadcast is complete.
Not only has the royal wedding broke records for the company live stream, but it's broken Internet live streaming records in general, and according to reports, its “concurrent live streams of Royal Wedding on Akamai surpassed the 1.6M peak set by World Cup in June of 2010.”
Impressive! Then again, this doesn't surprise us!
Who WOULDN'T want to tune in for such an exciting, momentous occasion???
Did U watch a live stream of the royal wedding on the Internet?
P.S. Be sure to watch Perez as he hosts "Will + Kate Forever," the only royal wedding special worth seeing, airing tonight, April 29th at 7pm/6c on Wedding Central and also at 9pm/8c on WE tv.
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