IIRC it was one multilateral feed.
The Royal Household would still have had a massive say in the way the wedding ceremony was presented by the broadcasters, and while I doubt there was someone from Buck House press office sitting over the shoulder of the director in the OBU (or flyaway gallery in a nearby building), the main live service director would still have to abide with some broadcaster/Kensington Palace jointly agreed rules on angles, zooms, close-ups, and who can be shown on screen and when inside Westminster Abbey.
Having the BBC/ITN/Sky having ISO feeds of the service would have lead to a dilution of those guidelines.
Harry and Megs wedding is not in a cathedral, but St Georges Chapel within the Windsor Castle grounds, so again, due to space restrictions, I suspect it'll be one unilateral signal for everybody from the time they enter the church, to the time the cars leave.
This royal wedding is an interesting one.
For Kate and Williams wedding, most international media set up 'home' for the week in Green Park, to the right of Buckingham Palace. This time it's over in Windsor - rather than slap bang in the middle of Westminster - so unless broadcasters are allowed to set up 'base camp' in nearby Windsor Royal Park, to construct a mobile production base, with studio pres points, office, technical and gallery areas, most broadcasters will have no choice but to base themselves in central London.
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