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3D TV Announcement: ESPN and Discovery, Imax & Sony

The sports channel ESPN will debut ESPN 3D on June 11, with a World Cup Soccer match making history as the first all three-dimensional television network.

They are committed to broadcast in 3D for a year, at which point they will see if interest warrants continuing. You will need a new 3D-capable television set and a pair of glasses to view the 3D content. For more, go here, from USA Today.

Expected to be announced later today at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is a joint venture for 3D television by partners Discovery, Imax and Sony. Read about this here from the NY Times.


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