Briefs: KVH ties up with Microsoft for mobile TV

January 5, 2006

KVH Industries said it will work with Microsoft to provide television service in cars, trucks and boats across the United States.

The mobile Internet receiver with MSN TV service will provide Internet access as well as radio and multi-media television connections on the go that will allow two-way connectivity.

"With the availability of MSN TV service on KVH's Mobile Internet Receiver, consumers will now be able to communicate, access information, and enjoy digital entertainment wherever their travels may take them," Sam Klepper, general manager for the MSN TV division at Microsoft, said in a news release.

The Middletown, R.I.-based KVH provides in-motion satellite television and communication systems.

Copyright 2006 by United Press International

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