LAS VEGAS — At this year's National Association of Broadcasters show, 3-D television continues to be the hot topic both on the show floor and in the hallways, as producers and programmers try to figure out how to convert their shows to the new format.

Tomorrow, DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg will address the conference on the topic of 3-D.

The Consumer Electronics Association predicts 1.1 million 3D TV sets will be sold this year.  In this week's New Media Minute report from NAB, you'll also learn about how broadcast technology manufacturers on the show floor are pitching new products for digital producers.

For an industry overview on 3-D television, check out our segment with CNET's John Falcone.

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