3D Production of Wimbledon by Sony

Do you love watching sports in 3D? Millions of people love watching tennis and great events like Wimbledon on their television sets, but Sony is now ready to make Wimbledon even better as Sony has now announced that they along with several major broadcasters and cinema exhibitors will telecast the 3D production of the Wimbledon 2011 men’s semi-finals and finals of both men and women in various countries around the globe. This is certainly going to be great news for those who are passionate about watching Wimbledon because now they have the opportunity to watch their favorite sporting event in 3D.

Sony has even had a word with the official supplier and have done a partnership with The All England Lawn Tennis Club to produce the final match of the Wimbledon in 3D so that they can make it more exciting and exhilarating for the tennis fans who want to see the match as if they are sitting their live in the stadium. Sony has claimed that the viewers will definitely enjoy the 3D production of Wimbledon because they will be able to see it as if they are watching the game in real. Sony aims that people should watch great sporting events in better way through 3D where they can see each shot with better picture details.

So far only 6 major broadcasters have confirmed that they will be broadcasting the 3D production of Wimbledon which includes in countries like UK, US, Germany, Italy, Netherlands and Sweden. Apart from that there are more than 22 countries where the 3D production of Wimbledon will be shown in public through cinema exhibitors. The list of countries where you can find 3D production of Wimbledon are Uruguay, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil , Chile, Indonesia, UK, Ireland, Spain, Hong Kong, China, Canada, Austria, US, Germany, Belgium, Portugal, Greece, Turkey, Italy and Norway. There are ongoing negotiations with other countries and therefore the list of countries may change in the next few days. Sony has further said that they will reveal more opportunities on how they will be making this Wimbledon event more exciting for the viewers globally.

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