KVH Industries has introduced TracVision TV10, the newest marine satellite TV antenna in KVH’s TracVision series.
Following a successful trial period, French maritime company Corsica Linea has deployed Moment’s onboard entertainment solution across its entire fleet, providing a reliable digital platform to passengers that is accessible from their own mobile devices.
Bourbon Mobility has teamed up with Moment to provide entertainment onboard its vessels.
KVH Industries has introduced the TracVision UHD7, a high-performance 60 cm (24 inch) marine satellite TV antenna designed to provide boat owners, charter yacht guests, and commercial vessel crews with access to ultra high-definition (UHD) and 4K programming from DIRECTV as well as regular HD programming from other satellite TV providers.
MTN Communications reports that it delivered the recent world title boxing fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao live to 30 vessels across the globe, via its high-definition MTN Worldwide TV service (MTN-TV HD).
KVH has announced the introduction of the TracVision TV8, a new antenna system designed to deliver satellite television to vessels worldwide.
Motive Television reports that its Content Express platform for TV and video on demand (VOD) is currently undergoing testing with two ferry lines, and is expected to launch commercially next month.
Inmarsat has reported the launch of Fleet Media, the entertainment service it announced last year which will see a variety of content delivered to commercial vessels at sea, and available to crew on demand.
MTN Communications has announced the launch of its high-definition live television service at sea, in what it claims is a first for the maritime industry.
UK-based company Satstream Media has announced the launch of SatstreamNet, a multicast-IP content delivery network developed specifically for the maritime industry.
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