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KVH and Microsoft to Bring Broadband Connectivity and MSN TV Service to Mobile Customers

January 10, 2006

LAS VEGAS – Microsoft Corp. and KVH Industries, Inc., have agreed to bring the MSN TV service to consumers traveling in cars, trucks, RVs, and boats throughout the United States. KVH's Mobile Internet Receiver with MSN TV service, a customized version of the MSN TV 2 Internet & Media Player, will provide in-motion access to Web browsing, Microsoft Windows Media Player, MSN Mail and MSN Messenger, digital photo viewing, MSN Video, and MSN Radio with two-way connections made possible by broadband EVDO cellular services. The result will be the first in-motion product to offer consumers easy-to-use, high-speed Internet access on the television screens already installed in cars and other vehicles today. KVH's Mobile Internet Receiver with MSN TV service will also include Wi-Fi output to provide Internet connectivity to a wide range of Wi-Fi-enabled products.
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