Sky confirms 3D TV Launch

Thursday, March 25th 2010

It has been reported that the leading broadband and digital TV bundle provider in the United Kingdom Sky has given the confirmation on its launching Sky 3D television service.

It is understood that the broadband provider has already signed up more than a thousand beer pubs across the United Kingdom for its new service. The launch of the first 3D TV channel in Europe will be celebrated by airing the Barclays Premier League football clash between Chelsea and Manchester United on 3 April.

Sky has also announced that it would air at least five Premier Leage games to follow the launch of the 3D channel in April. This will obviously happen before the conclusion of the current football season.

Another important match that will be showed by Sky in its 3D channel is the Coca Cola Football League Finals taking place at the end of the month of May at Wembley Stadium. All matches shown would be in 3D and importantly 'live'.

Meanwhile, news is also out that greater than a thousand beer pubs across the United Kingdom and Ireland have signed up for the service of Sky 3D. More beer pubs as well as clubs are believed to sign up for the service in the weeks ahead.

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