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That question is at the heart of a dispute between ESPN, owner of the X Games franchise, and The X Channel, an extreme-sports service that hopes to debut late this summer. ESPN gave X Channel until the end of the business day Wednesday June 30 to respond, but the fledgling service said it was continuing to ready itself for a launch, slated for late August or early September. She noted that the network is willing to put disclaimers on the air stating that the service is not affiliated with the X Games. But they want to stamp us out so nobody can see us. Trademark issues aside, X Channel is currently developing original programming, including lifestyle fare around athletes from such sports as skateboarding and mountain biking.
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In the United States, the network is available to individuals who receive their high-speed Internet connection or cable television subscription from an affiliated service provider. ESPN3 is not carried by traditional cable and satellite providers, as it is not a single channel, but streams multiple live events at the same time; however, ESPN includes a listing for a linear "ESPN3" channel which only includes one event at a time in the television listings on its website. This service allows Xbox Live members to access live sporting events on ESPN3, among other offerings, at no additional cost. There is no way for individual users to overcome these access restrictions as ESPN3 does not provide subscription options for individual users or any other non-ISP entities, and because most ISPs operate in specific territories without competition, a subscriber cannot access ESPN3 unless a participating ISP actually operates in the area. RCN  does not allow internet-only and basic cable subscribers to access ESPN3; only those who subscribe to a standard cable tier or higher and thus access ESPN's linear networks can use the service. Thus, in these cases the cost of the service is bundled into the cable bill and not the Internet bill. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Sony was named the first official sponsor of the network in January We're doubling the number of college football games on the network this fall, which was made possible by our strategic relationship with Sony. With the increasing number of consumers purchasing 3D televisions, ESPN 3D is ready to deliver live sports in 3D to a growing audience. Most commercially successful 3D feature films and live sports events are captured with Sony's state of the art cameras and production systems. ESPN was the first to announce in the United States an exclusive 3D network in January which was the culmination of more than three years of testing 3D television. ESPN has developed best practices for utilizing the technology in live game applications which have provided the ability to streamline workflow operations, adjust 3D camera positioning, perform transmission tests and gauge fan reaction to a 3D telecast versus a traditional telecast.
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