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…
AT&T's U-verse, the up-and-comer in the video space, Tuesday renewed a long-term distribution deal with Walt Disney Co. that extends content on demand and to new authenticated services.
Cablevision and Walt Disney have inked a comprehensive, multi-year distribution deal that includes new services like authenticated WATCH products, ESPN3 and ESPN 3D and the upcoming ABC…
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.
As the CFO of ESPN, the crown jewel of the Walt Disney Co. and one of the biggest brands in entertainment, Christine Driessen is an integral player in the often testerone-fueled world of fans…
Sony rolled out its biggest corporate guns Wednesday on the old Columbia lot to tubthump its top-to-bottom commitment to stereoscopic 3D.
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.
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