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CES 2010 Video – Panasonic and Direct TV 3D Channel Partnership

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Direct TV’s new 3D television channel will be debuting this June in 1080p and will offer a whole bunch of 3D content. Direct TV debuted its exclusive 3D channel on a Panasonic VIERA Cast 3D compatible HDTV. 3D is taking over and we are loving every minute of it.

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