August 17, 2011. (Romereports.com)
Roughly 1.5 million young people are in Madrid right now for World Youth Day. But for those who can't travel to Spain, there are still several ways to see everything from home.
Two Spanish networks called Television Espanola and Telemadrid will provide live streaming on their websites.
The official website of World Youth Day will also keep all faithful up to date, especially when the pope arrives on the 18th. The official twitter and Facebook account is in 13 languages.
International news agency, ROME REPORTS will also provide complete coverage of the event from Tuesday August 16th to Sunday 21st. All the latest details will be on its web, twitter and Facebook accounts.
For the first time, World Youth Day will have its own radio and television channel. On the web, one can follow www.madrid11.com/radio and also at www.tvmadrid11.com
It will include six hours of programming including events headed by the Pope. It will also have all the main catechesis and cultural activities in Spanish, English, French, Portuguese, Italian and German.
Channel 13 TV, will offer special live programing throughout the day. It can be seen on the web at www.13tv.es