Marine Technology TV Debuts

New Wave Media

February 27, 2017

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At Oceanology International North America in San Diego, the Marine Technology TV 'crew' set up short for the week in the Marine Technology Reporter booth and recorded more than a dozen topical interviews with leading industry executives and leaders. The first is interview is with William Kikendall, President, Teledyne Marine RDI & SeaBotix, who discusses how Teledyne Marine adapts to evolving markets, as well as the company's strategy to leverage its broad base of brands. See the video by following the link:

http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/videos/video/teledyne-marine-adapts-to-evolving-markets-100002

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Greg Trauthwein Greg TrauthweinEditor & Associate Publisher (New Wave Media)
Greg Trauthwein has a 20+ year career serving the informational needs of the global maritime, offshore, subsea and energy sectors. He has been the editor and associate publisher of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News (MR) since 1992. In addition, he has overall responsibility for the editorial content and production of a family of world leading titles, including Maritime Reporter, MarineNews, Marine Technology Reporter & Maritime Professional in print; MarineLink.com; MaritimeProfessional.com, MaritimePropulsion.com and MarineElectronics.com, among others, online.
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