KVH Satellite TV Antennas - 11th Consecutive NMEA Industry Award

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Each year, members of the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) recognize those products that they feel offer the best value, performance, and customer satisfaction in several categories.

KVH Industries, Inc.’s TracVision M3ST satellite TV system earned its second consecutive NMEA Industry Award, marking the 11th consecutive year that a TracVision system has won the entertainment category.

The 14"-diameter TracVision M3ST, an in-motion system that includes KVHs deluxe mobile 12V DIRECTV receiver, helped open the marine market for satellite TV aboard boats as small as 30 feet, bringing satellite TV entertainment to a largely untapped segment of the boating market and expanding business opportunities for dealers.

(www.kvh.com)

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