Integrated into the global news website, the new channel will be the world’s new home for all things royal 24 hours a day, seven days a week, complementing coverage in the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday and The Mail+.
Danny Groom, publisher and editor of MailOnline, said: “Millions of readers across the globe devour our royal coverage daily, whether it’s from the house of Windsor to the royal households of Monaco and Morocco. Our new Royal channel will give them access to breaking news, live events, and exclusive stories that they won’t find anywhere else.”
The Mail’s royal journalists, experts and unrivalled columnists will provide the channel with their unique insights into the workings of The Firm and all of the royal households around the globe.
The channel will also feature never-before seen photos and video footage of the royal family from the Daily Mail’s extensive archives.
In addition, the comprehensive coverage will feature lifestyle content celebrating the best of royal fashion, beauty, real estate, and travel with a regal twist.
Sean Walsh, global chief brand officer at dmg media, said: “Daily Mail has been documenting the Royal family since 1896 and with King Charles’ historic coronation next month, our loyal readers will have access to the most up to date and truly global royal news 24 hours a day, seven days a week.”
The royal channel will be staffed by a team of talented journalists from newsrooms in London, New York, Los Angeles and Sydney.