From Fox News, Greta Van Susteren was a guest, along with ABC “Good Morning America” lifestyle anchor Lara Spencer and “Today” fourth hour co-anchor Kathie Lee Gifford. As The Hollywood Reporter‘s Kimberly Nordyke notes,
CBS News and CNN had crews on-site filing reports, though they were not allowed inside the wedding. Update: CBS says that a local affiliate was there, but not a national news crew.
E! had the exclusive video rights to the wedding, which will air as a pair of two-hour specials in October. NBC’s “Today,” which like E! is owned by Comcast, got the first video to come out of the wedding courtesy of its sister network:
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