Royalty TV: UK monarchy and television have complex ties
By Staff | Mar 7, 2021
FILE - This June 2, 1953 file photo shows Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, seated on the throne, receiving the fealty of the Archbishop of Canterbury, centre with back to camera, the Bishop of Durham, left and the Bishop of Bath and Wells, during her Coronation in Westminster Abbey. Britain’s royal family and television have a complicated relationship. The medium has helped define the modern monarchy: The 1953 coronation of Queen Elizabeth II was Britain’s first mass TV spectacle. Since then, rare interviews have given a glimpse behind palace curtains at the all-too-human family within. (AP Photo/File)
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