Tennis fans will get to partake in the French Open in a brand new way, as one of the sports four majors will offer 360-degree live broadcasts in 4K for the first time.
YouTube is jumping in to virtual reality, as the company has announced its plan to launch a dedicated virtual reality app.
Now known as the NYC Television & Video Week, the fourth annual event is adding industry-related video components to its schedule, including sessions on virtual reality.
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