CONTEST - BE Featured in TELE-satellite Magazine! (1 Viewer)

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Scott Greczkowski

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Welcome HOME to SatelliteGuys!
Staff member
Sep 7, 2003
Newington, CT
You and your satellite setup could be featured in a future edition of TELE-satellite Magazine!

Post pictures of your setup here at SatelliteGuys and with it tell your
story about your love of satellite, how you got into it, what you enjoy
about it and describe your setups.

TELE-satellite will pick one winner from all entries received and will
feature that members satellite setup in a future edition of TELE-satellite
Magazine! In addition the winner will receiver a free subscription to
TELE-satellite magazine!

So here is your chance to show off your satellite system to the world
coutesy of TELE-satellite and your friends here at SatelliteGuys.US!

Deadline to enter is March 15th, 2010 - No Purchase Necessary - Contest open to all SatelliteGuys members in the United States and Canada.

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SatelliteGuys Master
Sep 22, 2005
L.A., Calif.
We do have some outstanding members, with nice setups.
But for sheer over-the-top in -many- categories, it would be hard to beat Linuxman.
His multi-Ku 180 offset dish is unique enough, without all the BUDs.!.

Probably not the typical North American setup, though.
But, what would anyone at the magazine care about someone with one or two Ku and BUD dishes?
Even if that's closer to what many of us have... :rolleyes:


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Apr 26, 2009
Jersey Sure
I think that the Satelliteguys article would be best served with a broad view of the diverse membership. Not only focusing on their diverse dish setups but age, location, and level of expertise.


SatelliteGuys Pro
Jul 22, 2006
CFB Edmonton
I would love to see an article too that goes into the history of the users hobby. Alot of the guys that have these huge dish farms have been doing this for quite some time and have some great stories about things long past :)

keep up the good work tele-sat and sat guys, we apreciate what you bring to the FTA community
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