Coronation of King Carlos III: where to see


As the Royal Family prepares for the coronation of King Carlos III on May 6, CTV News will provide live coverage of the ceremony.


As part of CTV News’ digital coverage, executive producer Mary Nersessian will be in London reporting on events leading up to the coronation, including this one. For continued updates on the ceremony as it unfolds, follow the live blog at the bottom of this article, which will go live on May 6 at 4 am EDT.


Following the ceremony, Royal Dispatch subscribers will receive a special edition of the newsletter with full coronation coverage.


A CTV National News special, titled “The King’s Coronation,” will also broadcast live from London on May 6 beginning at 4 am EDT. Viewers can watch the special on CTV, CTV News Channel and, along with the CTV and CTV News apps.


The special, directed by Chief News Anchor and Senior Editor Omar Sachedina, will show the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla, beginning with the royal procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey and continuing with the ceremony itself. .


Along the route, CTV National News reporters Paul Workman, Genevieve Beauchemin, Joy Malbon and Daniele Hamamdjian will share their observations, along with CTV News Channel anchor Merella Fernandez and Your Host. CTV Morning, Anne-Marie Mediwake. Also providing information and analysis will be CTV royal commentators Afua Hagan and Sally Osman, former director of royal communications for the late Queen Elizabeth II and the royal household.


Covering the coronation celebrations in Canada’s capital, CTV News Chief Political Correspondent Vassy Kapelos will report live from Ottawa on May 6, joined by CTV News Channel Senior Political Correspondent Mike Le Couteur and CTV royal commentator Richard Berthelsen.


Ahead of the coronation, a retrospective special titled “King Charles III: The Crown and the Quarrels” will also air May 4 at 10 p.m. EDT on CTV, CTV News Channel, and, along with the CTV and CTV apps. News. An encore performance will air on May 6 starting at 3 am EDT.


Throughout the week, viewers can access continuous coverage from London via CTV News platforms such as CTV National News and CTV News Channel. Up-to-the-minute details will be available via’s dedicated Royals page, the CTV News app, and CTV News’ social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tik Tok.


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