Is 3-D Television at Its End?
Jun 22nd 2013 9:00AM
Updated Jun 22nd 2013 9:02AM
The following video is from The Motley Fool's weekly Tech Review, in which host Chris Hill talks all things tech with Fool analysts Eric Bleeker and Lyons George.
ESPN has decided to end its 3-D television operations. In this segment, our analysts discuss why 3-D television faced a chicken-and-egg problem from the start, of needing content to drive television sales, and needing consumers with televisions to build out content. They then discuss what the real drivers are going to be for the next big thing in television that will change the way we experience TV in a meaningful way, and what the next step is going to need to have if it wants to succeed.
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