Bright House Networks has launched ESPN 3D in Detroit and Indianapolis, giving customers access to sports events in 3D such as football, basketball, and baseball among others. EPSN recently broadcast the Little League World Series in 3D during the month of August. Bright House customers will, of course, need a 3D HDTV, compatible 3D glasses, and a Bright House 3D Pass service.
“ESPN 3-D provides the closest, most realistic viewing experience of the game that you can get without buying a ticket,” said Don Williams, vice president and general manager at Bright House Networks.
ESPN 3D launched on June 11, 2010 starting with the 2010 FIFA World Cup opening match and coverage of 25 additional matches throughout the series.
Source: CED Magazine