News — 26 April 2012

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Sky is reportedly considering splitting its stereoscopic programming into separate Sports and Entertainment channels as its content stable swells. Speaking to Pocket-lint, movie bosses Simon Rexworthy and Ian Lewis confirmed that they don’t have enough time in the schedules unless sporting coverage is hived off to a distinct “Sky Sports 3D”. After the split, Sky 3D would only broadcast films, factual and TV content, with the caveat that they’re prioritizing quality over quantity. Lewis mentioning that one recently-released flick has been blacklisted from the service after making the testers sick, although he neglected to mention its title.

Sky considering launching Sky Sports 3D, one channel too small for three dimensions originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 26 Apr 2012 03:02:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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