BERMUDA CABLEVISION LAUNCHES 3D TV

Posted by on Nov 5, 2013 in Local News & Alerts | 0 comments

Bermuda CableVision announces another first ­– the launch of 3D television, with the addition of HIGH TV 3D and AWE TV 3D (formerly Wealth TV) to its High-Definition line-up. Viewers across the island can now enjoy the very latest experience in entertainment – 3D television – the most talked-about upgrade to TV technology since high-definition television.

The two new 3D Channels are now available free of charge to all CableVision HDTV subscribers.

HIGH TV 3D, on Channel 602, features a huge array of native 3D programming, including the latest entertainment news, sports and travel programmes from around the world, as well  as movies and exclusive drama, comedy, reality and fitness shows. Current shows include “Snowboard Championships”; “Fashion Week” Europe shows; “Motor Show”; “Africa Wildlife” and more. For the complete schedule go to: http://www.hightv3d.com/schedule/

AWE TV 3D, on Channel 601, is a lifestyle, travel and entertainment network. Formerly known as Wealth TV, it recently re-branded as AWE – which stands for “A Wealth of Entertainment.” Among the most popular shows on AWE 3D are “Boys Toys”; “Wealth on Wheels”; “Wealth on Water”; “Notes from the Future”; “Wonders of the World”; and “Private Islands.” For the full schedule, visit: http://www.awetv.com/schedule3d/

“We are delighted to be introducing this new viewing innovation to Bermuda homes,” says Terry Roberson, General Manager of Bermuda CableVision. “3-D is an entirely different way to experience TV that takes the viewer straight to the centre of the action with breath-taking clarity and realism.  We trust our customers will be excited to discover these new, cutting-edge channels.”

CableVision reminds customers that they must have a 3D-capable television set and 3D glasses to view this programming in full 3D format.

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