CBS to bring NCAA Final Four games to Cinedigm-certified cinemas in 3D format

March 9, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Are you ready for some sporting action on 3D? If plans work out as expected, you might get to watch your favorite NCAA Final Four games in 3D format. CBS is gearing up to stream the matches in three definition format and has zeroed in on 100 Cinedigm-certified cinemas to stream the 3D content. It seems like 3D sports telecast is turning a rage in the US. Following DirecTV’s announcement recently that it would join hands with Fox Sports to deliver 3D streaming of the MLB All Star game via 3D set top devices, the CBS plan comes as yet another attraction.

As many as 100 Cinedigm-certified cinema halls across will provide viewers an ultimate sporting experience on the days of the tournament, when the 3D Final Four games would get on to these screens on April 3 and April 5. Besides these cinemas, CBS is also bringing the sporting extravaganza for the viewers who assemble at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis and also the convention center close to the stadium.  In the stadium, CBS will get the support of the LG 3D HDTVs installed right where the action is.

DirecTV had earlier said that it would offer 3D previews through several dedicated channels. It was also being rumored that more content was also being lined up from networks such as CBS, MTV, NBC, Turner and AEG.

3D live sporting action is what we are looking at too. We have already started listing out the 100 Cinedigm-certified cinema halls near us. Join in the fun?

(Via Electronista)

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