Rogers Cable has announced that, starting today, it will offering 3D movies on its video on demand service.
Video on Demand (VOD) is a generic term typically used to define a pay-per-view television service in which a viewer can order a television program from a menu and have it delivered instantly to the television set, typically with the ability to pause, stop, rewind and fast forward programming.
Rogers digital cable customers who have a high definition cable set top box, 3DTV television and active 3D glasses will be able to order 3D movies through the Rogers Video on demand portal on channel 100 for $7.99.
The first 3D movies offered are Gnomeo and Juliet and Tron: Legacy, with at least one new 3D title being added every month.
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