Unless you have been living under a rock, I’m sure you’re well aware of all the buzz surrounding the Royal Wedding, which is quickly approaching this Friday, April 29.
Certainly, we’ve been inundated with headlines about the Big Day. But even so, I was somewhat surprised to learn that when it comes to news coverage about the Royal nuptials, US media outlets have actually out-published the Brits.
According to the latest research from The Nielsen Company, which analyzed online buzz in the US, United Kingdom and Australia following the announcement of the engagement of Prince William and Kate Middleton in November 2010, Americans are receiving the highest share of news coverage by traditional news sources.
(In this study “traditional news sources” include posts/updates from the online counterparts of print and broadcast news outlets, online news publishers, industry publications, and wire services.)