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For tv and tooling down the highway with tv - an RV bubble satellite antenna should work, it's the new Winegard type for Digital TV. Maker will vary - you might desire NOT to tell Direct TV that you're traveling - some companies will charge extra or cancel your contract.
BUbble type would be an automatic signal tracker or else you could just mount your dish on a tripod and have at it.
Try RV.net or Goodsam.com , etc or a google for Dish or DirectTv and satellite tv providers.
For staying in contact on the road - a laptop and wifi connection will generally get you FREE connection at rest stops, truck stops, welcome centers - depending upon location.
That can generally be had with a google - drawing a blank on the state by state break down for free wifi.
Just remember - safely browse and have your firewalls up, and a secured on your end wifi connection so, the next vehicle in range won't be grabbing your account numbers as you pay bills on line or juggle your books.
Satellite Internet regardless of the location and high speed to boot now, that's sweet.
I set one up in a class A mega-coach a couple of years back Pre, during and post GWB.
For business and federal employee types - datastorm is the name for them. They do have automatic satellite signal antenna's - pop a button it deploy and finds an antenna.
Try this for a link to where these users have coverage - Canada and parts of Mexico as well.
dish, hughes.net also provide tv and internet satellite feeds.
Try RVbasics.com for a list of how to stay connected while on the road.
thanks for the advice. Datastorm is too confusing for me, but I did look at it.