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Habs, Leafs in 3D


THE FIRST-EVER 3D BROADCAST OF CBC'S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA

COMES TO SCREENS DEC. 11

Weekend Coverage begins on Friday, Dec. 10 with Montreal vs. Detroit at 7 p.m. ET; Naslund jersey ceremony highlights Game Two Saturday night


Hockey fans across the country can witness a Canadian hockey broadcasting first on Saturday, Dec. 11, when CBC and Panasonic Canada bring Canadians the first-ever 3D presentation of CBC'S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA, featuring the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Montreal Canadiens at 7 p.m. ET/ 4 p.m. PT. Panasonic is the official 3-D and HD TV sponsor of CBC'S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA. Viewers with a 3D-ready television, along with the associated pair of glasses, will be able to watch the broadcast in 3D (please see channel information below). All CBC broadcasts will be available in HD, and will be broadcast in 2D on CBC channels as usual.


Kicking off the weekend will be a special Friday installment of CBC'S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA, when the Habs take on the Western Conference powerhouse Detroit Red Wings at 7 p.m. ET/ 4 p.m. PT.


On Saturday, the excitement builds for the Saturday night broadcast with Scotiabank Hockey Tonight, which will include the debut of the first in a series of six new videos from the internationally acclaimed DJ Steve Porter. The first installment will highlight the storied rivalry between the Habs and the Leafs. Later that evening, CBCSports.ca will stream live the jersey retirement ceremony of former Canucks captain Markus Naslund. CBC'S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA will then air the ceremony on television prior to Game Two as the Canucks host Tampa Bay.


The December 11 3D broadcast will be available free to Bell TV subscribers on channel 1933 (Satellite TV) and 1208 (Fibe TV), Shaw Direct subscribers on channel 233/ 333 (Classic/Advanced), TELUS Optik TVTM subscribers on channel 656, TELUS Satellite TV® subscribers on channel 1933 and to Vidéotron subscribers on channel 800. Viewers should contact their local television service provider for more information.
Link: http://www.allhabs.net/canadiens-pre...s-leafs-in-3d/


From cox.com/3d :

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Here are more Upcoming Events in 3D


Cox Communications is excited to bring customers live NHL Hockey in stunning 3D when the Montreal Canadians take on the Toronto Maple Leafs live on Saturday, December 11th at 7:00 pm EST.
Link: http://ww2.cox.com/myconnection/watch/3d.cox
 

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Just a note for CDN Bell TV subscribers: You must have an MPEG-4 capable receiver in order to watch the stereoscopic 3D presentation.
 

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So ive got a tech question. Im on rogers channel 900 where the hockey should air. They are now showing 3d content some rodeo stuff. Its in side by side, im assuming the hockey game wont be in side by side. I set my vt25 to side by side mode but the image all distorted? THe tv cant see side by side3d? how do i fix this?
 

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The only issue I see thus far is there is a reflection in the cameras shooting from behind the glass at eye level. Looks great in 1080. Better than the Espn 720.

doesnt work on panasonic vt25, its in side by side , and it doenst work..this sucks
 

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+-side by side set , and its still showing double image

not one person here owns a vt25 and is watching the hockey broadcast. i set it in side by side, , images gets blurry but its not right... is there a setting i missed
 
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