SOURCE: ubroadcast, inc.

March 03, 2010 10:51 ET

ubroadcast Entertainment Group™ Names Industry Veteran as President of New Film Division

Producer/Director/Filmmaker Ford Austin to Locate, Develop Content for ubroadcast.com

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - March 3, 2010) -  ubroadcast, inc. (OTCBB: UBCI), a leader in Internet Broadcasting, today announced that ubroadcast Entertainment Group has named noted Producer/Director/Filmmaker Ford Austin as President of its newly established Film Division. ubroadcast's Entertainment Group is dedicated to the acquisition and development of content for distribution on the company's ubroadcast.com website. Mr. Austin has already started his work on behalf of the Entertainment Group.

John Castiglione, ubroadcast's President, commented, "With the help of Ford, we believe ubroadcast Entertainment will be able to establish itself as a leading Internet-based distributor of original entertainment content, through our ubroadcast.com website."

Joe Yukich, President of ubroadcast Entertainment Group, stated, "We are all very excited about our new Film Division, and I view Ford's eclectic background of acting experiences and performance styles as the key to his being able to direct the development of the Film Division, particularly the acquisition of original content. I have every confidence that he will have success in fulfilling the aspirations of our Entertainment Group."

Most recently, Ford Austin (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1284939/) was one of five founding partners of WonderHowTo.com (9 million "uniques") under CEO Stephen Chao, where he served as VP Original Production and created approximately 300 pieces of content for the company. Mr. Austin, an award-winning filmmaker, has also directed a total of 7 feature films, three of which are available in Blockbuster, Netflix, Target, Fry's, Best Buy and everywhere DVDs are sold. In 2008, he wrote and directed the award-winning short film "Tiny Dancer," which played over 40 festivals, won the Southern California Motion Picture Council's Golden Halo Award and qualified for the 2007 Academy Awards Live Action Short category. In 2007, Mr. Austin sold his original idea for the TV show "Judge by Jury" to CBS/Paramount Television Studios. And, in 2005, he created and starred in the wildly successful Channel 101 series "The Wright Stuff," which ran for 6 months as a Primetime show. He also played a lead role in "Shrek" director Vicky Jenson's live action film "Family Tree," with Talia Shire and Harland Williams. The movie premiered at Sundance in 2003 and played over 100 film festivals that year.

Prior to working in film in Los Angeles, Mr. Austin performed as a professional actor in lead roles on TV and on stage in New York City, where he starred in the world premiere of Henry Miller's "Lawyers" with Kevin Conway, a revival of "Death of a Salesman" with Ralph Waite, as well in as several off-Broadway productions, the Philadelphia premiere of "The Grapes of Wrath" and the national tour of "Male Intellect: An Oxymoron."

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About ubroadcast, inc.

UBCI's ubroadcast.com allows users to produce and broadcast LIVE and On Demand television and radio in high quality. By blending this user-generated content and UBCI's own original programming in a single application, UBCI bridges the gap between Internet video and traditional network radio and television.

Rolling Stone magazine, About.com, TechCrunch.com, and ABC News have all given ubroadcast media attention, and The San Diego Business Journal headline stated that the market for ubroadcast programs could be "Larger than MySpace and YouTube."

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