CNN's Coverage Of The Death Of Queen Elizabeth II

Post by: AYS Staff 08 September, 2022

CNN continues to air special live coverage of the death of Queen Elizabeth II across CNN/U.S. and around the world on CNN International.

The death of longest-reigning British monarch – who passed away today at the age of 96 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland – was reported on CNN by CNN Anchor and Royal Correspondent Max Foster at 1:30pm ET from his position outside Buckingham Palace. Foster was first to report Buckingham Palace’s statement on doctors being “concerned” for the Queen’s health at 7:44am ET today (MSNBC at 7:49am ET, FOX at 8:01am ET).

Jake Tapper anchors the network’s ongoing live coverage from Washington, DC with reporting from the following CNN journalists:

  • CNN Anchor and Royal Correspondent Max Foster, CNN Chief International Anchor Christiane Amanpour, CNN Anchor Bianca Nobilo and CNN Reporter Anna Stewart from outside Buckingham Palace
  • CNN Senior International Correspondent Matthew Chance from Downing Street
  • CNN International Correspondent Scott McLean from Windsor Castle
  • CNN International Diplomatic Editor Nic Robertson and CNN Anchor Isa Soares are en route to Balmoral Castle in Scotland
  • CNN Anchors Zain Asher and Julia Chatterley from CNN New York
  • CNN Anchor Richard Quest contributes from Singapore

CNN’s special live coverage will continue tonight and overnight into Friday on CNN/U.S. and CNN International (plans subject to change).

CNN Special Report: A Queen for the Ages: Elizabeth II will premiere at 10pm ET tonight on CNN/U.S. and CNN International. Reported by CNN’s Max Foster, it will stream live for pay TV subscribers via and CNN OTT and mobile apps under “TV Channels,” or CNNgo where available. The doc will also be available On Demand the day after the broadcast premiere to pay TV subscribers via, CNN apps and Cable Operator Platforms through 10/8/22. 

CNN’s coverage of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II is now streaming live, without requiring a cable log-in, on and across mobile devices via CNN’s apps for iOS and Android. It can also be viewed on CNN apps for Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Chromecast and Android TV.  

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