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CBS to broadcast NCAA Final Four games in 3D

updated 06:40 pm EST, Tue March 9, 2010

Programming available in Cinedigm cineams

CBS on Tuesday announced that it will broadcast NCAA Final Four games in 3D. The live feeds will be available at up to 100 Cinedigm-certified cinemas located throughout the US. Fans will also be able to watch the games from LG's 3D HDTVs placed inside the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, along with the Bracket Town event in the nearby convention center.

DirecTV earlier in the year announced a partnership with Fox Sports to deliver 3D content, such as the MLB All Star game, through 3D-ready set-top-boxes. The satellite company will initially offer 3D previews through several dedicated channels, with additional content possibly on the way from other networks such as CBS, MTV, NBC, Turner and AEG, among others.

The 3D Final Four games are scheduled on Saturday, April 3rd, and Monday, April 5th.



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