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July 4, 2013

Wimbledon semi-final and final to be broadcast in 3D by the BBC


It is clear that 3D TV isn’t everyone’s cup of tea with ESPN 3D about to dissapear. For those who do enjoy there TV in 3D the BBC has confirmed that it will cover Wimbledon again this year with that extra dimension. The 3D broadcast will include the men’s and woman’s semi-finals and finals and will be free for those who have the Red Button service and a 3D TV. For those without a 3D TV there is also good news with the BBC increasing it’s Youtube live streams from six to ten this year, so if you miss it you can only blame yourself. So all that’s left to say is ‘Come On Murray’.

Source – BBC

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