I dunno for sure, but I would be surprised if li'l' ol' Bryant Park were televised (except maybe brief snippets showing up on local newscasts). It's more of a Johnny-come-lately compared to the long tradition of the Rockefeller Center tree lighting -- which takes place tomorrow.
I think most New Yorkers consider Rock Center THE iconic tree lighting. It is usually televised, I believe. Information about this year's Rock Center telecast below (again, it's tomorrow, Wed Nov 28).
Most of the country will see an hour-long special at 8 p.m. hosted by Al Roker and Savannah Guthrie, and featuring performances by the Rockettes and the Muppets. Some NBC stations, including NBC New York and NBC Connecticut, will air a two-hour special beginning at 7 p.m.
I don't know whether Rock Center will have any live skating performances (or taped, for that matter). None mentioned at the link above.
And none mentioned here: https://www.rockefellercenter.com/ev...tree-lighting/