3D isn't dead, but it has plateaued and is going to be stuck at about this level until the technology improves.
Debate over coverage of NBA center Jason Collins' revelation that he is gay "still resonates in ESPN conference rooms."
ESPN will shut down its three-year-old 3D channel by the end of 2013, as the 3D television category has failed to achieve broad traction. The cabler, majority owned by Walt Disney Co., will cease…
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Truth be told, nobody was really interested before Monday in whether ESPN basketball analyst Chris Broussard thinks homosexuality is a sin.
3D may be expensive but nets offering programming find an eager audience.
The last thing the 3D TV business needs is a health scare. With the sales of sets sluggish, prices high and a comparative dearth of content, consumers have been slow to embrace the new technology.
TV channels will be bowing their first 3D programming in weeks, but they do face challenges in achieving a perfect launch.
From nature documentaries to the Major League Baseball All-Star game, DirecTV is diving head first into the 3D broadcasting market.
ESPN announced Tuesday it will launch a 3D channel, ESPN 3D, on June 11, with the soccer World Cup match between South Africa and Mexico.