Satellite Newspapers Provides Hometown News Anywhere in the World

Dec 22, 2005

Thanks to Satellite Newspapers you will never go without your local paper again. Satellite Newspapers Corp. provides the technological solution that puts your hometown newspaper right in your hands - no matter where you happen to be!

A U.S.-registered corporation based in Miami, Satellite Newspapers Corp. was formed to capitalize on the growing consumer demand for timely information from trusted publishers everywhere.

In conjunction with 190 different publishers of leading newspapers in 60 countries, the company has developed an innovative satellite- and Internet-delivery system that prints out newspapers on demand from any location. The price to readers is minimal, typically ranging from only $2.65 to $6.50 per copy.

The Company distributes two different products through a multi-tiered distribution system of independently financed distributors. This unique distribution model accelerates growth, while minimizing risk. The two products are:

(1.) The Satellite Newspaper KiOSK -- An automated free-standing kiosk that enables end-users to select and print leading newspapers in the newspaper's original layout within two minutes. KiOSKs are currently found throughout Europe, Asia Pacific, the South Pacific, and the Middle East.

(2.) The Satellite Newspaper CLiENT -- A user-friendly software application that enables users to print the latest edition of international newspapers from their own PC, either one copy at a time or in bulk.

The Satellite Newspaper KiOSK currently prints over 200 newspapers, including Le Monde (France), Die Welt (Germany), El Pais (Spain), The New York Times (USA), The Wall Street Journal (USA), USA Today (USA), The Mainichi Shimbun (Japan), and Dong A Ilbo (South Korea) -- just to name a few.

After only a few years, Satellite Newspapers Corp. now delivers newspapers from 60 countries in 31 languages. Daily readership of these titles through conventionally printed newspapers is over 210 million.

As the first firm which concentrates on the out-of-market, print-on-demand newspaper segment of the news aggregation industry, Satellite Newspapers Corp. believes that this first-to-market advantage, its innovative technology, and its unique business model of independent distributors present it with a competitive advantage vis-a-vis new market entrants.

"We will continue to exploit this massive market," said Founder and Chairman Roy Piceni. "We believe that our company is poised for tremendous growth in this unique space."

Copyright 2005 by Space Daily, Distributed United Press International

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