• 3D at home: The mirage

    by  • 2013/06/17 • 0 Comments

    With ESPN announcing it’s plan to shut down it’s 3D channel at the end of the year, it becomes clearer that 3D at home will be a missed opportunity. Without a serious sports channel, it is not possible to built a “3D tier” at the distributors’ level and without that there will be no...

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    IBC: Many still skeptical about 3DTV

    by  • 2012/09/11 • 1 Comment

    Now that IBC 2012 is history, I was reflecting on the perception that industry members have of 3DTV. While some people are strong believers (and have strong economic interest like James Cameron) there still a lot that don’t see the benefits. For instance at the London Olympics, the director of BBC sports was clearly...

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    IBC: First morning of the exhibition

    by  • 2012/09/07 • 0 Comments

    It’s by a sunny morning that the IBC 2012 exhibition did open this morning. After an early uninspiring conference session on “second screen” potential revenue, I decided to begin the visit of a few Halls. IBC is bigger than ever this year with a couple of temporary halls that are setup outside. I did...

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