Sky is set to launch their 3D TV in a matter of days.
On October 1st 2010 Sky 3D will be available to consumers following on the back of their commercial 3D channel which has seen massive success since being aired in April. This 3D channel is available across 1,500 pubs and clubs across the UK and Ireland and will soon be showing at a home near you.
The new channel has been hit with a high profile marketing campaign which sees Stephen Fry – known widely as a technophile – star in the promotional video talking about the benefits of 3D viewing. The video is currently available on the Sky website.
The debut of the new channel will see fantastic programmes such as the Ryder Cup Golf and 3D TV debuts of Bolt and Monsters vs. Aliens air on the first weekend of its launch.
And better still; the new channel isn’t going to cost consumers a lot of money to integrate into their current Sky package. Customers already signed up to Sky World with a high definition subscription (HD) alongside a compatible television won’t have to pay anything.
And Sky wannabies can sign up to the Sky World Pack with Sky+HD (which features the movies and sports packs) for just £61 as well as many additional extras.