|By Marketwired .||
|August 30, 2013 09:15 AM EDT||
IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/30/13 -- As previously announced, Ubiquity Studios, the production arm of Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation (OTCQB: UBIQ), has been selected as the production site for The Artist's Life. CEO Chris Carmichael today discussed the Studio's commitment to establishing itself as the next generation of digital production and broadcasting.
"We are attracting best-in-class content and clientele to Ubiquity Studios because we are offering a solution and experience that is truly state-of-the-art, yet remaining cost-effective. Our studio is turnkey and modular, which enables clients to run multiple screens at the same time, and we provide mobility, where most other studios in the market are fixed. We can move things around for our clients and that creates cost and time savings," commented Carmichael.
He added that, "With The Artist's Life production, we used our mobile control room to shoot multiple locations and episodes, matching episodes together with shoots in our post-production edit suites, equipped with fiber throughout."
In addition, Ubiquity Studios has recently completed its 3D screening room, which features a 19ft screen, world-class sound, and Sony's latest 4K technology in an environment built for maximum comfort and privacy for clients.
Eric Allaman, producer of The Artist's Life, said that, "I needed a studio and staff that met all of the unique demands of the show. We knew going in that we had to have a 21st century 'look and feel'. With 13 episodes already filmed and completed, we look forward to continuing our production at Ubiquity."
Carmichael concluded, stating that, "Our primary focus at Ubiquity Studios is to attract projects of unparalleled quality, and The Artist's Life is a great fit. We have worked hard for several years to build a reputation as one of the premier studios in Southern California, enlisting the best in the business for the production, shooting, editing and content delivery of programming to its clients."
About Ubiquity Studios:
Ubiquity Studios employs a team of creative personnel, utilizing the world-class technology of its parent company, Ubiquity Broadcasting Corp. to deliver unparalleled quality content. Designed from the ground up for Digital Cinema Production and with the digital lifestyle in mind, Ubiquity's 30,000 square foot digital media production facility is based in the rapidly growing research center in Irvine CA. Well positioned between LA's booming film and television industry and San Diego's expanding telecommunications research centers, Ubiquity Studios are a complete digital cinema solution and is ready for professional quality production of feature films, broadcast television properties and digital media. For more information, visit www.ubiquitycorp.com/studios/
About Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation:
Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation is a privately-held Delaware corporation focused on the intersection of cloud based cross platform applications synchronized across all screens for enhancing the digital lifestyle. With its corporate office in Irvine, CA, and its own studio operations, Ubiquity is developing ubiquitous digital applications and digital content in connection with its intellectual property. Ubiquity's technology is seamless, simplistic, and extremely intuitive. For more information visit www.ubiquitycorp.com.
On March 5, 2013 Ubiquity entered into a merger agreement with Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation, a publicly-held Nevada corporation (OTCQB: UBIQ) (the "Public Company"). Upon satisfaction of all closing conditions, Ubiquity will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Public Company (the "Proposed Transaction"). As of the date of this release, the Proposed Transaction has not been completed. Although Ubiquity anticipates that the Proposed Transaction will be completed, there is no guarantee that the closing conditions will be satisfied, nor that the Proposed Transaction will be completed.
Eric Allaman is an American composer who has worked in Film, Television, Theater and Ballet. His career as a film composer began when he co-composed the score to Ridley Scott's, "Legend" with Tangerine Dream. That opportunity led to Eric re-scoring the silent classic, "Battleship Potemkin" which was re-released in Europe and featured at the Berlin Film Festival.
Eric has scored over 30 movies and over 500 episodes of television and is best know for his scores to "Legend," "Battleship Potemkin," "Latter Days," "Witless Protection," "Mike Hammer Private Eye," "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" and "Dante's Cove."
Eric has written two ballets with Kim Maselli, "The Sea Princess," (2007) and "Noah's Ark," (2010). He has also written two musical/operas, "Battleship Potemkin" (1991) with Jeffrey Couchman and "Voices from the Cellar" (1989) with Robert White. He has also written the music to several plays including "The Geography of Luck," "Dragon Lady" and "Stendhal."
Recently, Eric released a collection of piano solos entitled, Berlin Diary that play as a memoire of his life in West Berlin, Germany. http://www.ericallaman.com/
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