SOURCE: Satellite Enterprises Corp.

September 14, 2005 09:00 ET

Satellite Newspapers and BaySys Technologies Revolutionize Business Travel With On-Demand Global Newspapers Onboard Private Jets

MIAMI, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- September 14, 2005 -- Satellite Enterprises Corp. (OTC BB: SENR) announced today that its Regional Distributor, Satellite Newspapers North America, a subsidiary of Satellite Newspapers Suisse GmbH, signed a partnership agreement with Baysys Technologies.

Armed with the Smartphones and WiFi laptops, it's hard to imagine how world leaders or Fortune 500 CEOs could ever feel disconnected from global affairs. But the moment they take off on a plane, even these wonder gadgets can suffer from satellite interference, cutting off access to crucial world news. If they had spare time before their flight, they might have been able to pick up a local or national newspaper, but global information key to their business is highly filtered at best. Now these power players have access to an enviable amount of information even while a mile high in the sky. Satellite Newspapers (SN), the world's leading distributor of digital newspaper files for view and print, and BaySys Technologies, one of the top aerospace design and engineering firms, are partnering to provide access to more than 185 printed international and domestic newspapers on-demand aboard custom-designed private jets. Spearheading the project for SN is Jerri Palmer, president & CEO of SN North & Central America, who points out that these newspapers are the latest editions and can be accessed via satellite signal and internet connection. "What SN offers is the ability to stay plugged in to more comprehensive news coverage no matter how far from home," Palmer said. "Even if he or she's able to access the internet while in-flight, most newspapers don't upload their entire editions to their websites. We've designed kiosks and software to access more complete editions of newspapers from anywhere in the world anytime, even in the air, often hours before they are printed, so clients can stay ahead of the curve. Now decisionmakers can faster anticipate factors that may impact their business."

As part of the partnership, SN kiosks will be stationed at many private and commercial Fixed-Base Operations (FBOs) in North America and beyond.

"This technology definitely creates an information 'revolution,' and brings an entirely new meaning to the phrase 'hot off the press,' says Ken Walton, vice president of Sales and Marketing at BaySys Technologies. "All SN global publications are transmitted upon creation, in most cases before the physical printing and distribution process even begins. This allows us to provide access to information from all of the leading newsprint providers 5-8 hours before publication. It's truly an on-demand, real-time global 'newsstand' at our clients' fingertips. That's important, as information is frequently the most valuable currency." Founded in 2000 and based in Switzerland, SN specializes in providing an alternative method for entering, storing and delivering published content via satellite or internet connection. With two output devices, CLiENT Software and KiOSK, users can download and print digital content from over 185 of the latest edition international and domestic newspapers. Content publishers upload files, making their information instantly available to any print station in the network. Within 30 minutes, content is available to any number of readers anywhere in the world. Once licensing is secured from the publishers, SN provides the complete service of a distributor, facilitating access to any content desired by the end user. With the creation of SN North and Central America, the company is penetrating a valuable new market, including 9 million regional travelers as well as tourism offices, governments, retail and media offices -- enhancing the value of their services. For more information visit


With well over 100 years of collective experience in the aerospace industry, the leadership team at Virginia-based BaySys Technologies is dedicated to providing world-class aerospace design, engineering, and completion services to improve the overall effectiveness and value of VIP and Head of State transport aircraft. Since 1998 BaySys has offered industry-leading aerospace services in support of all major flight operations. Additional services include best-practices DER (Designated Engineering Representative), engineering consulting services and innovative value-based product offerings such BaySys' Integrated Fuel System Controller, Air Stair Testing Solution, Compact Digital Media Delivery System, Touch-screen Aircraft System Controller, Lighted Speed Brake Handle, and now Global Dailies Direct satellite newspaper delivery service. For more information visit BaySys Technologies at or call 757.709.0076.


Satellite Enterprises Corp. is a NASDAQ OTCBB Company (OTC BB: SENR) . Its 100%-owned subsidiary Satellite Newspapers Suisse operates the Worldwide Rights for the satellite newspaper KiOSK and related products. Its 52%-owned subsidiary Solidam B.V. is the leader in providing standard and custom-made software solutions for newspaper publishers in the Netherlands. See and

The Satellite Newspaper KiOSK prints selected international newspapers on demand within two minutes. Satellite Newspapers currently has over 180 newspaper titles under license from around the world including the Le Monde (France), Die Welt (Germany), El Pais (Spain), The New York Times (USA), and the Mainichi Shimbun (Japan).

The Satellite Newspaper CLiENT is a software application that enables users to print the latest edition of international newspapers on their own printer, either one copy at a time or in bulk.

Satellite Newspapers is the Standard in Global Newspaper Distribution.

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