Muhammad Ali’s funeral procession will begin at 9.am. Eastern in Louisville, Kentucky. But although his funeral will be broadcast on live stream in numerous locations, the procession may not be available on all the same websites.
Here’s where we know you can watch a live stream of the funeral procession.
WAVE 3 News, a local NBC affiliate owned and operated by Raycom Media, will be broadcasting a livestream of the funeral procession both online and via mobile app, starting at 9 a.m. Eastern. You can watch the livestream of the funeral procession online at this link.
WAVE 3 News will also be broadcasting the funeral procession live on its mobile apps. Download WAVE-3’s Apple app here and WAVE-3’s Android app here.
Other broadcast stations may also have livestreams of the funeral procession, but Wave 3 News is the only one that has so far verified it will be livestreaming the procession without need of a cable subscription.
To learn about all the options for livestreaming Muhammad Ali’s funeral itself, please see our story here.