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DirecTV Puts On ESPN's 3D Glasses

Satellite operator to carry 3D telecasts of 25 World Cup matches and other events
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DirecTV is pushing the 3DTV ball down the field, announcing it will
carry ESPN 3D -- which is promising to deliver at least 85 live sporting
events in the first year -- alongside the June launch of its three
dedicated 3D channels, which include a linear 3D channel dubbed "N3D."The
satellite operator's N3D channel will include programming from partners
AEG/AEG Digital Media, CBS, Fox Sports/FSN, Golden Boy Promotions,
HDNet, MTV, NBC Universal and Turner Broadcasting System. The channel
will be exclusively
sponsored by Panasonic for the first year
.

DirecTV's two other dedicated 3D channels will be a 24/7 pay-per-view
channel and an on-demand movie channel.
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