Futuristic Supersite and Online Network Focuses On Entertainment, Exploration and Education

Galaxyonline.com, the largest science fiction and science fact
related Interactive online network in the universe, announced today
that renowned author and futurist Dr. Ben Bova has recently signed on
as supersite publisher and senior vice president. Bova is considered
one of the world’s preeminent authorities on the future, and is well
known to audiences worldwide from his many books and his role with
Omni magazine, where he set the tone of the successful publication
while he served as editorial director.

Bova is uniquely qualified for his role with Galaxyonline.com, as
he is the author of over 95 futuristic novels and nonfiction books.
His newest novel, entitled “Venus,” is set to debut in April, and will
coincide with a book tour at several of the country’s most prestigious
schools, museums and planetariums. Bova, who holds a doctorate in
education, views his role with Galaxyonline.com as one of the most
exciting opportunities of his career.

“Galaxyonline.com is the supersite of the future. We will offer a
doorway into tomorrow by covering the entire spectrum of the changes
that are in store as we enter the 21st century.”

Bova will write a bi-monthly column for the supersite that will
cover a wide variety of topics, including space travel, health, money,
and entertainment. According to Douglas E. Conway, president and CEO
of Galaxyonline, Inc., Bova’s expertise is unparalleled, and his role
with the company is one of the most high profile to date. “Dr. Bova
brings vast knowledge, experience and prestige to the position of
supersite publisher, and we are very fortunate to have such a
respected author oversee what undoubtedly will be one of the most
informative and entertaining online networks ever seen.”

Bova has been involved in science and high technology since the
beginning of the space program. He is President Emeritus of the
National Space Society, and is a past president of Science fiction and
Fantasy Writers of America. Bova lectures regularly on the impact of
science on politics, is a member of the board of contributors of USA
Today, the Arizona Astronomy Board, and has appeared on hundreds of
television broadcasts as a regular guest, including “Good Morning
America,” and “Today,” as well as teaching science fiction at Harvard
University. Bova has been a member of the Steering Committee for the
NASA/Space Transportation Association study on space tourism, and has
served on panels of the Office of Technology Assessment. He is a
Fellow of the British Interplanetary Society. Prior to his role with
Omni, Bova served as editor of Analog magazine, and has many awards to
his credit, including six Hugo’s for science fiction achievement, The
Isaac Asimov Memorial Award, and the Inkpot Award for his outstanding
achievements in science fiction.

Galaxyonline.com is at the forefront of web-based companies
poised to lead the convergence of the Internet and Television with the
combination of an online entertainment network, which utilizes
emerging broadband technology, and a “traditional” Internet Supersite.
GalaxyOnline.com provides entertainment, education, exploration,
information, products and services on a one-to-one basis with online
consumers on demand.

Galaxyonline.com., and its subsidiary, Galaxy Pictures, Inc., are
divisions of Galaxyonline, Inc. The company is headquartered in
Westlake Village, Calif.

For more information, please contact Victoria Pevan or Emily M.
Olsen at StellarQuest Public Relations – 310/843-0898.