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Channel Nine has announced it will broadcast the first 3D sports event in Australia next month when Queensland takes on NSW in the State of Origin.
The company aimed at becoming the Internet's prime live-event streamer scores the promise of a large cache of high-profile events by joining forces with the talent and marketing agency behind Wimbledon and New York Fashion Week.
The BBC Sport app gives you your sporting fix of news and videos on the go, on Android phones and tablets up to 7-inches.
Network Nine has received government permission to air its share of National Rugby League (NRL) matches on digital station Gem in non-rugby league states.
We all complain about the state of Australian television, but how bad is it really?
The Australian is reporting that the Nine Network is planning to run a free-to-air 3D channel for the duration of the London Olympic Games.
The Minister for Communications, Senator Stephen Conroy, has announced that free-to-air TV transmission will become exclusively digital in northern NSW on Tuesday, 27 November 2012.
Channel Nine and SBS have been granted licences for 3D TV trial broadcasts for the period of the FIFA World Cup and the rugby league State of Origin.
With the Maroons having defeated the Blues again tonight for the umpteenth time, it's time to talk about the broadcast, specifically the 3D broadcast. Did you watch it and, if so, what did you think of it?
Sport is an obvious way to attract Australian audiences to 3D, but in addition to requiring viewers to have a 3D-capable television, it also requires the broadcast teams to rethink how they set up and produce the sporting event.