It seems like the Koreans are really going all out to implement 3D stuff. Now the Korea Communications Commission (KCC) has announced that it will start beaming 3D broadcasts in full HD quality sometime in 2010. Licensing will begin in January, so you can expect the first broadcasts to roll out mid-year. Unlike the 3D satellite broadcasts that were testing in Japan and the UK, this will be delivered via terrestrial networks. It often makes us wonder when we’ll be able to watch 3D television on all channels? 3D sports channel would be great, wouldn’t it?
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