MTN Satellite Services, a SeaMobile Company and global service provider of at-sea communications, connectivity and content services, introduces TV Receive Only (TVRO) antenna sales and repair services, as well as Broadcast Center Consulting Services for maritime vessels worldwide.

Through MTN’s global reach and number of certified technicians, MTN will be able to provide superior service, competitive pricing and a quick response time to service and repair TVRO antennas onboard maritime vessels around the world. Customers can even schedule TVRO preventative maintenance at the same time VSAT equipment maintenance is scheduled to save additional money. The TVRO service and support includes the above deck equipment (ADE) from the ACU through the antenna. MTN also maintains an inventory of many spare parts for C-Band and Ku-Band TVRO antennas, including Orbit 7208 and 7209 and SeaTel 8897, 9497, 12097, 14497, and 14400. MTN can service other types of TVRO antennas, however spare parts availability may be limited. Additionally, MTN can provide total project management including the procurement of equipment, shipping, installation, and commissioning of new TVRO antennas.

The Broadcast Center Consulting Services program offers consultation and design services for onboard television broadcast centers. This new service is led by experts well known in the cruise industry and have years of cruise ship and major network television experience. They have consulted, built and commissioned some of the most modern broadcast centers at sea, which will bring tremendous value for maritime companies.

“These new services show our commitment to providing the best and most reliable TVRO antenna technical services in the maritime industry, and we believe these will decrease a company’s cost for installing and repairing TVRO,” said Bill Witiak, Director of Television and Broadcast Services for MTN.

Today’s announcement of the latest MTN Satellite Services venture extends the company’s ability to provide superior communications services at sea.

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