SOURCE: ubroadcast, inc.

March 10, 2010 07:25 ET

ubroadcast.com Signs Letter of Intent to Merge With Santeon, Inc.

Seasoned Virginia-Based Firm Brings Array of Proprietary Software Products

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - March 10, 2010) - ubroadcast, inc. (OTCBB: UBCI), a leader in Internet Broadcasting, today announced that it has signed a letter of intent to merge with Alexandria, VA-based Santeon, Inc., a privately-held, profitable developer of Business Process Management Software and Solutions. Santeon's clients include several state and local governments such as the State of Maryland, federal governments such as the Department of Defense as well as numerous private sector customers such as Sage Software, DHL and many dozens of Healthcare organizations. For 2009, Santeon had revenues of approximately $4,000,000. This merger with Santeon will be made with ubroadcast stock. Pursuant to the letter of intent, the parties are to complete negotiations and sign a definitive agreement by the end of March 2010.

Broadcasters and viewers can sign up for a free trial account, then start broadcasting LIVE, at www.ubroadcast.com.

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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