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CBC’s winter plans include hockey in 3-D

Hockey Night in Canada in 3-D and getting Canadians to act healthier about their weight will be two big highlights of CBC Television’s programming this winter.

The national broadcaster will air two NHL games in 3-D – a Montreal versus Toronto tilt at the Air Canada Centre on Saturday, Dec. 11, and the heritage classic, featuring Montreal against Calgary in McMahon Stadium on Sunday, Feb. 20.

Viewers can see the broadcasts in three dimensions on newer, stereoscopic 3-D television sets or as a 2-D broadcast on regular TVs.

The CBC also announced a six-month radio, TV and Internet campaign called Live Right Now that will talk to Canadians about obesity and encourage them to make lifestyle changes. Starting in January, a 10-part reality series, Village on a Diet, will be airing Mondays at 9 p.m., in which the 1,400 residents of Taylor, a town in northeastern B.C., are challenged to lose one ton of weight between them over a three-month period, with the aid of fitness and medical professionals.

A new action comedy series, Insecurity, will star Natalie Lisinska as the head of a team of bumbling agents at a fictional Canadian spy agency. It will air on Tuesdays at 8:30, beginning in January.

Returning series include 18 to Life, Rick Mercer Report, Republic of Doyle, Little Mosque on the Prairie, Heartland, The Nature of Things and Dragons’ Den.

Source: The Toronto Star

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Headline, Industry News

CBC’s winter plans include hockey in 3-D

Hockey Night in Canada in 3-D and getting Canadians to act healthier about their weight will be two big highlights of CBC Television’s programming this winter.

The national broadcaster will air two NHL games in 3-D – a Montreal versus Toronto tilt at the Air Canada Centre on Saturday, Dec. 11, and the heritage classic, featuring Montreal against Calgary in McMahon Stadium on Sunday, Feb. 20.

Viewers can see the broadcasts in three dimensions on newer, stereoscopic 3-D television sets or as a 2-D broadcast on regular TVs.

The CBC also announced a six-month radio, TV and Internet campaign called Live Right Now that will talk to Canadians about obesity and encourage them to make lifestyle changes. Starting in January, a 10-part reality series, Village on a Diet, will be airing Mondays at 9 p.m., in which the 1,400 residents of Taylor, a town in northeastern B.C., are challenged to lose one ton of weight between them over a three-month period, with the aid of fitness and medical professionals.

A new action comedy series, Insecurity, will star Natalie Lisinska as the head of a team of bumbling agents at a fictional Canadian spy agency. It will air on Tuesdays at 8:30, beginning in January.

Returning series include 18 to Life, Rick Mercer Report, Republic of Doyle, Little Mosque on the Prairie, Heartland, The Nature of Things and Dragons’ Den.

Source: The Toronto Star

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Headline, Industry News

CBC’s winter plans include hockey in 3-D

Hockey Night in Canada in 3-D and getting Canadians to act healthier about their weight will be two big highlights of CBC Television’s programming this winter.

The national broadcaster will air two NHL games in 3-D – a Montreal versus Toronto tilt at the Air Canada Centre on Saturday, Dec. 11, and the heritage classic, featuring Montreal against Calgary in McMahon Stadium on Sunday, Feb. 20.

Viewers can see the broadcasts in three dimensions on newer, stereoscopic 3-D television sets or as a 2-D broadcast on regular TVs.

The CBC also announced a six-month radio, TV and Internet campaign called Live Right Now that will talk to Canadians about obesity and encourage them to make lifestyle changes. Starting in January, a 10-part reality series, Village on a Diet, will be airing Mondays at 9 p.m., in which the 1,400 residents of Taylor, a town in northeastern B.C., are challenged to lose one ton of weight between them over a three-month period, with the aid of fitness and medical professionals.

A new action comedy series, Insecurity, will star Natalie Lisinska as the head of a team of bumbling agents at a fictional Canadian spy agency. It will air on Tuesdays at 8:30, beginning in January.

Returning series include 18 to Life, Rick Mercer Report, Republic of Doyle, Little Mosque on the Prairie, Heartland, The Nature of Things and Dragons’ Den.

Source: The Toronto Star

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