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ESPN Sets Air Dates for 3D Basketball

by Jean Bentley, posted Oct 6th 2010 2:30PM
LeBron JamesIf you're not able to see LeBron James take his talents to South Beach in person, don't worry, you'll soon be able to experience the second-best thing -- ESPN announced yesterday that it will broadcast the Dec. 17 Miami Heat-New York Knicks game in 3D, according to Deadline.

Earlier this year the network announced it would broadcast eight regular season NBA games and six playoff games in 3D. As long as you have a 3D television set and subscribe to DirecTV, Comcast or AT&T, you'll be able to catch the Madison Square Garden matchup. Unfortunately for Time Warner customers, the cable company does not yet carry ESPN 3D.

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CNN consults programming advice from ... ESPN?!?

by Danny Gallagher, posted Jan 29th 2010 11:00AM
Once again people, I'm forced to ask the question: what the hell is going on here? Is up now down? Has black become white? Did Keith Olbermann just spend an inordinate amount of time and energy in his last "Special Comment" to discussing why Glenn Beck is TV's most "huggable" pundit?

CNN has been looking for ways to prop up their sagging ratings in the never-ending cable news wars by becoming a network that actually just delivers news as opposed to "from-the-hip," unsubstantiated opinions, as long as you don't count their constant monitoring of their viewers' Twitter feeds. Apparently they are so desperate for a format change that they have consulted a former ESPN producer to suggest ways to revamp their style.

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ESPN shooting with 3D TV, but will it score?

by Danny Gallagher, posted Jan 5th 2010 9:00PM
If three dimensional television is just a passing fad, then clearly no one told ESPN.

The all sports cable network will implement 3D technology with a new sports channel, set to premiere this year. The first 3D game will be the FIFA World Cup in June.

Would you watch your sports if they were in glorious 3D? If anything, it would make watching soccer tolerable.

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