South Korea will be the first country in the world to offer stereoscopic 3D TV programs from May 19th onwards, where it will hit all four of the country’s land-based television stations – KBS, MBC, SBS and EBS. Trial services will kick off with 3D broadcasts of the 2010 Colorful Daegu Pre-Championships Meeting on KBS, and we guess this bodes well for the FIFA World Cup that will be held a month later in South Africa – imagine watching your favorite players charm the world with their sublime skill in 3D glory. Live 3D coverage will reach households in Seoul and its neighboring metropolitan area, where you can access content on channel 66 with 3D-enabled TVs.
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