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A New 3D TV VOD Channel Available Worldwide

A new 3D stereoscopic video channel is appearing on the web. Launched by a French team of audiovisual professionnals frustrated by the lack of 3D content for their 3D TV sets. LaTV3D is officially recognized as an OTT media by CSA, the French AV authority, so they are allowed creation and broadcast of any 3D stereoscopic audiovisual content on all digital networks in France. The title catalog is not overwhelmingly huge, but is growing fast.

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LaTV3D is looking for stereoscopic 3D content

LaTV3D is looking for stereoscopic 3D content such as feature films, 3D shorts, documentaries, Tv contents and all 3D contents in general. LaTV3D will launch his SVOD service in France as soon as possible and will progressively open in others countries and we propose a brand new way to share the revenues to guarantee revenue to each selected content.


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3DGo! Now Available on US Samsung TV Sets

 SENSIO Technologies Inc. (Montreal, Canada) today announced that pursuant to its April 2015 agreement with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, 3DGO! is now available to stereoscopic Samsung Smart TV owners across the Unites States and Canada. 

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A New 3D TV Channel Launched in France

LATV3D will be online from July 2, 2015. The newly created French channel will stream 3D content to your stereoscopic 3DTV set, tablet, or desktop PC. The French CSA  (Conseil Supérieur de l'Audiovisuel) greenflagged the new 3D channel in December 2014. 

The launch ceremony of LATV3D takes place at the UGC Cinécité in Bercy (Paris, France) on July 2, 2015 (on invitation only). Check LaTV3D on Facebook.

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Sky3D Will Close in June

The British Sky 3D channel will be removed in June and all of the 3D stereoscopic content will instead only be available on demand. Sky is promising "over 60 shows and movies available On Demand in 3D".

Sky's 3D channel has previously shown tentpole movies such as Avatar and Flying Monsters 3D. Currently the channel broadcasts in the evenings showing a mixture of TV and film content, alongside on demand 3D content. 

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