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Imperia Entertainment Inc.
Soleil Film Appoints Editor David Rawlins to Edit Feature Film, 'Say it in Russian'
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., March 7, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Soleil Film, Inc. (Pink Sheets:SFLM) announced today that it has appointed Editor David Rawlins, editor of the Academy Award nominated "Saturday Night Fever" and "The China Syndrome" and Golden Globe nominated "Urban Cowboy", to edit the company's feature film, "Say it in Russian." "We are pleased to have a storyteller of David's caliber on board," said Producer and Company President, Kenneth Eade, "and this emphasizes our goal to make this film a hit."
First Horizon National Corporation
International Survey of Internet Banking Ranks First Tennessee Site No. 1
MEMPHIS, Tenn., March 7, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- A survey of Internet banking by financial services consulting firm Speer and Associates has named First Tennessee's online banking Web site number one of more than 70 financial services companies in the Western Hemisphere. First Tennessee tied for number one with HSBC in Speer and Associates' 13th Internet site survey. Enhancements to First Tennessee's site earned it a third most-improved ranking as well. But since the survey was completed, First Tennessee has again upgraded the site, www.FirstTennessee.com.
World Golf League, Inc.
The WGL Signs Deal with NorthStar Vision, Inc.
ORLANDO, Fla., March 7, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- The World Golf League, Inc. (OTCBB:WGFL) announced today that it has signed a six-month contract with NorthStar Vision, Inc. of Palm Beach Gardens, FL, the leader in golf television production. NorthStar, who recently produced the history of the Ryder Cup for NBC, will act as co-executive producers for the WGL Million Dollar Shootout reality television series, which will air this summer on a major national network.
Neoware and Thintune Join Forces to Pursue European Thin Client Market
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. and MUNICH, Germany, March 7, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Neoware Systems (Nasdaq:NWRE) today announced that Neoware has acquired the Thintune thin client business from privately-held eSeSIX Computer, based near Munich, Germany, and its development and engineering affiliate based in Vienna, Austria. Starting today, all Thintune thin client products are available in full volume production from Neoware through the existing Thintune distributors and reseller channel.
FTS Wireless, Inc.
FTS Expects 2004 Revenue in the Range of $700,000 to $730,000 vs. 2003 Revenue of $108,655, an Increase of more than 550%
TAMPA, Fla., March 7, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- FTS Wireless, Inc., a subsidiary of FTS Group, Inc. (OTCBB:FLIP), an operator of retail wireless locations that market and sell next-generation wireless products and services, and operates Wi-Fi Hot Spots, today announced that it expects to report 2004 top-line revenue in the range of $700,000 to $730,000 when the company files its form 10K with the Securities and Exchange Commission later this month. FTS also reported today that the company extinguished 100% of its convertible debt during the first quarter of 2005.
CORRECTION: SAS Group Traffic Report
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, March 7, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- CORRECTION: SAS Group Traffic Report: Regarding today's traffic and Capacity report a small error has occurred in the text.
Eagle Environmental Technologies Ltd
Eagle Environmental Technologies Ltd. Increases Oil Production
RENO, Nev., March 7, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- John Bowles, Eagle Environmental Technologies (Pink Sheets:EGVR) Public Relations Consultant, announced effective March 7, 2005, Eagle increased the production on the Siler Lease by adding two additional wells to the production line. Brian Wilmot, CEO of Eagle stated, "With the surge in oil prices, Eagle decided to get the wells into production as quickly as possible. We still have over 100 more wells in this Siler field to bring up to operating standards, but the new production amounts are exceeding 55 barrels per day. Our target production level is 1000 barrels per day at this lease." Eagle is keeping its production costs at approximately at 20% of revenue or less per month after all royalties are paid.