Viasat is to become the latest operator to close its 3D service.
The number of 3DTV set sales is likely to increase 166% in the next four years, from a forecast 59.3 million in 2013 to 157.7 million in 2017.
The BBC is to take a three-year holiday from the development of 3D programming with the corporation’s head of 3D admitting the UK public had not taken to the format.
As Wimbledon enters its second week, the BBC has confirmed it will screen the climax of the tennis championships in the 3D format.
Due to limited viewer adoption of 3D services to the home, ESPN has announced it is discontinuing ESPN 3D at the end of the year.
David Wood, chair DVB-3DTV CM, reports on the CM-3DTV road map meeting which took place in Geneva on May 14.
The Lithuanian incumbent telco TEO LT has added the 3D channel 3flow to its offer.
3net Studios, the production company from Sony, Discovery and IMAX, has begun principal photography on two native 3D television series.
Doctor Who, the popular BBC science fiction show, is to film its 50th anniversary special in the 3D format.
75% of households in the US have at least one HDTV set, up from 23% five years ago. Few watch 3D TV.