SOURCE: ubroadcast, inc.

February 08, 2010 16:35 ET

ubroadcast Entertainment Group Announces Premium Location for Their New Hollywood Offices

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - February 8, 2010) - ubroadcast, inc. (OTCBB: UBCI), a rapidly growing leader in Internet Broadcasting, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, ubroadcast Entertainment Group, has selected new offices for their Hollywood, California operations in the former Warner Hollywood Studios, which is now known simply as "The Lot."

Since 1980, The Lot (Warner Hollywood Studios), has been an auxiliary 11-acre, sister studio of Warner Bros Pictures, which has had its main studio in Burbank since 1928. With seven sound stages, this active Hollywood studio has filmed television series over the last three decades, including such hits as "Dynasty," "The Love Boat" and "The Fugitive," as well as movies, including "Basic Instinct" (with Michael Douglas & Sharon Stone), "The Distinguished Gentleman" (with Eddie Murphy), "The Green Mile" (with Tom Hanks), "First Daughter" (with Katie Holmes), Sandra Bullock's "Miss Congeniality 2," and part of "The Majestic" (with Jim Carrey).

In addition to a physical presence in the world's film and television capital, ubroadcast Entertainment Group's new historical locale will have full access to administrative, production and screening venues at The Lot.

ubroadcast Entertainment President, Joe Yukich commented, "We are pleased with everything The Lot has to offer. Being surrounded by some of the most successful professionals in the world of entertainment provides us with a great opportunity to forge new partnerships. We are excited to make the new home of ubroadcast Entertainment Group in a place with such a rich Hollywood history."

For a historical background, this studio began life in January of 1920, when Hampton Studios opened a spacious new studio to house their growing production company, and moved their operations here from their former home on east Sunset (where KCET Studio is today).

Shortly thereafter, the studio was known as Pickford-Fairbanks Studios, and was owned by the first couple of Hollywood, Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks. Together, they turned out such classics as "Robin Hood" and "The Thief of Bagdad."

In the 1950's, the studio became the Samuel Goldwyn Studios, named after the man who gave the middle initial to M-G-M. Besides making its own movies, such as "Wuthering Heights" and "The Little Foxes," the Goldwyn Studios also rented space to Howard Hughes and RKO who made such hits as "Guys & Dolls," "Some Like It Hot," "West Side Story," and "The Best Years of Our Lives." Stars who worked there included Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable, Frank Sinatra, Myrna Loy, Natalie Wood, Marlon Brando, Susan Hayward, Greer Garson, Jack Lemmon, Danny Kaye, Eddie Cantor and Laurence Olivier.

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