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May 3, 2010

Deutsche Telekom to broadcast 3DTV

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by David Allen

It looks as if TV viewers in Germany will getting their first ever public demonstration of 3D TV when a live hockey match is broadcast in 3D, on the Deutsche Telekom IPTV network.

The broadcast will be made available through a partnership between Constantin Media, Plazamedia and the sports provider German Sport1.

The hockey match is between Germany and the USA.

The idea is to show that the broadcasters and partners are able to put on a 3D show and deliver it to the end user successfully.

Like the very first live sports event in 3D between Man Utd and Arsenal on the Sky HD channel, this sports event should have the same effect on viewers, as it will be available free of charge to those with the right equipment.

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