French premium broadcaster Canal+ has announced details of its upcoming regular 3D programmes. Rather than a full-time channel, Canal+ plans to broadcast a live event and a movie in 3D every month.
Both Sky and Virgin are currently working on 3D versions of their EPGs. Sky, which has produced a version of its HD guide in partnership with NDS is already downloading the guide as part of a software update to Sky+ HD receivers. Unlike demos of 3D EPGs given by NDS over the past two years, […]
Global shipments in 2010 are expected to total 3.2 million worldwide, according to DisplaySearch. The availability of 3D content will remain the greatest determinant of the value of 3D TVs to consumers – and as a result its achievable premium on TV sets.
The French based channel myZen TV has announced the launch of “the first 100% native 3D linear channel in Europe.” Free is the first operator to carry the channel 24 hours a day as part of its 3D bouquet.
Dutch private broadcaster SBS has stopped the 3D broadcasts of its Net 5 channel due to “content rights issues”.
CES 2011 – LAS VEGAS. Samsung and RealD have announced that they are jointly developing a new 3D display technology called RDZ that offers full resolution high definition 3D video and is compatible with the same 3D eyewear used in RealD 3D-equipped motion picture theatres. Toshiba is showing two models which do not need glasses.
UPC Nederland, the country’s second largest cable operator, has launched the first 3D titles on its UPC On Demand service.
WildEarth.TV has signed what is its first 24/7 carriage deal with the French IPTV provider Free. For more than three years, it has been broadcasting on the internet, positioning itself at the forefront of live interactive broadcasting.
French IPTV operator Free, part of the Iliad Group, has announced the launch of its first 3D bouquet on the network. Two channels, NRJ 12 3D and Wildearth TV 3D, will be available as part of the basic tier.
The Dutch cable operator Ziggo has started to distribute its 3D TV channel in cooperation with SBS Broadcasting today (September 28). Programming will consist of upscaled programming, as well as native 3D content.