No satellite transmission for the Paris keynote and not even a streaming via QuickTime.
The news comes directly from Apple which, asked by Macitynet, makes it known that no direct broadcasting was foreseen for the inaugural speech of the Expo.
Jobs, therefore, will speak only and exclusively for those present "in person" at the show; all the others will have to wait for the fragmentary news that will come out of the room or the subsequent reports.
Recall that the decision not to present any form of live broadcasting not new to Apple when it comes to events outside the USA and specifically the Macworld. In the past, events such as Tokyo's Macworld and WWDC's inaugural speech have not been covered live; no broadcast even for the Seybolds (which this autumn is held in close conjunction with Paris: from 9 to 12 September in San Francisco).
The absence of direct coverage also suggests that Apple probably has no striking news in store, even if announcements of a smaller scale cannot be excluded. For example, according to some sites Cupertino is planning a refresh of the Titanium line.
Macitynet will still be present, as always, with its staff in Paris from where it will send timely reports and copious photographic documentation. Our site will follow the event closely by providing equally timely information to its readers.