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Du eyes 3DTV service

UAE-based telco du is planning­­ to be among the first companies in the Middle East to provide its customers a 3D TV viewing experience. The company has confirmed that its…

Prime Focus cracks Narnia 2D to 3D conversion

Prime Focus cracks Narnia 2D to 3D conversion

Visual effects house Prime Focus is justifiably taking plenty of credit for its latest 2D to 3D stereo conversion effort, Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader. The end…

ATIS IIF launches stereoscopic 3DTV quality initiative

The Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions’ (ATIS) IPTV Interoperability Forum (IIF) has launched a new work programme to address Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE) for Stereoscopic…

Conan takes to the night with Grass Valley and friends

NEP Broadcasting, a provider of state-of-the-art mobile and fixed broadcast facilities, has installed multiple Grass Valley K2 media servers for TBS’s “Conan.” Three K2 Summit production clients running ChannelFlex™, three…

Marc Dorcel launches 3D VOD platform

Marc Dorcel, a player in the European adult entertainment market, has confirmed the launch of its 3D subscription VOD service in Europe. The new service offers users a privileged access…

F1 revs up for HD

F1 revs up for HD

Formula 1 is set to give the green light for High Definition television coverage of Grand Prix motor racing, beginning with the first race of the 2011 season, according to…

APTN digital transformation

Associated Press Television News, the world’s leading video news agency, is making a multi-million dollar investment to upgrade its newsgathering infrastructure, provide pictures in high definition to the broadcast and…

HD Premier League from IMG and Globecast

GlobeCast has renewed and expanded its contract with IMG Sports Media Production, a division of global sports and media company IMG Worldwide, in a three year deal to provide HD…

Virgin pips Sky 3D

Virgin Media has snuck in to try and steal Sky’s thunder by unveiling ‘the first commercially available 3D TV service for UK viewers.’ The cable TV company has launched 3D…

3D ‘device window’ undermines dedicated channels

Cable operators say studios are carving out a new and expensive window for 3D, something the TV, DVD and console makers welcome as it helps them sell devices, but which…