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Comcast to Televises Masters Tournament in 3D

Posted by: , 14:19 AEDT, Wed March 17, 2010

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Comcast announced yesterday that they will be broadcasting The Masters in 3D via a special channel just for golf fans that have a 3D enabled TV

Comcast announced yesterday that they will be broadcasting The Masters in 3D via a special channel just for those lucky golf fans who have 3D-enabled TVs.

"This event will mark a series of industry firsts - the first live next-generation 3D broadcast of a major sporting event on TV, the first live simulcast of a next-gen 3D event online, and the industry's first live multi-camera next-gen 3D production,"

If you have a 3D-enabled media player, monitor, and glasses, you can also stream the tournament on the official Masters website.

 


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