Looking to keep pace with DirecTV in the still-nascent 3DTV arena, Comcast on
Feb. 20 will launch Xfinity 3D, a 24-hour channel that will feature concerts,
sporting events, more than a dozen movies and original programming.
Comcast also announced that it has served more than 1 million views of 3D
video-on-demand content since providing the Masters Golf Tournament in the
format in April 2010.
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