10.26.2009 03:00 PM
Soccer Match Broadcast in 3D
MEXICO CITY: Televisa broadcast the first soccer match in 3D over the weekend, according to published reports. Televisa carried Sunday’s game between America and Guadalajara in the format to 3D-equipped theaters in Guadalajara and Monterrey. Televisa is one of Mexico’s main Spanish-language broadcasters, providing programming for Univision in the United States. The network also is planning to air Primera División Apertura tournament finals in 3D as well.


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