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Sky broadband package customers will be able to access Europe's first 3D channel on October 1st.

The channel will start by screening a selection of movies and live sport and will be available to any Sky+HD subscribers who have a 3D-ready TV.

On the launch weekend in October, this year's Ryder Cup will be screened on Sky 3D as well as the films Bolt and Monsters vs Aliens.

"Following hot on the heels of the success of 3D cinema, Sky customers will now be the first anywhere in Europe to experience 3D TV from the comfort of their living rooms," said Jeremy Darroch, Sky's Chief Executive.

In the run-up to Christmas, many more 3D blockbusters will be screened on the channel, including Alice in Wonderland, Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince and My Bloody Valentine.

Earlier this week, the internet service provider revealed it is set to sponsor films shown on the Channel 4 network for the next 12 months. 

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