April 2, 2014
-- Harlem, NY – CEO, President & Founder of UBC-TV Network, Peggy Dodson,
prepares for the launch of her network this fall by offering an opportunity for independent filmmakers to solicit their independent films for television distribution.Urban Broadcasting Company (UBC-TV)
is a broadcast multi-media network based in Harlem, New York. "UBC-TV
is a network that centers its programming around the untapped Multi-cultural market. There are so many stories untold that are amazing and relevant for our viewing audience. There are even more that are created and produced by unknown talent. UBC-TV
wants to empower those creative minds and great stories by offering distribution on our network." states Peggy Dodson. "Harlem in my opinion is the urban capital of the world. UBC-TV's
programming is all about the urban lifestyle and culture. We have been long underrepresented in all phases of media. So I have decided to do something about it."
For one month, beginning April 1st until May 1, 2014; independent filmmakers can send DVD's of their film trailers (short films submit full project), their contact information and a one sheet synopsis on their film to UBC-TV mailing address: UBC-TV NETWORK
, 2753 Broadway, Suite 111, New York, NY 10025. In addition to their physical submission entries are encouraged to create a Club UBC-TV
member profile on the site www.ubctvnetwork.com.
Once received all submissions will receive an email of confirmation of receipt. Those submission that UBC-TV
wishes to distribute will be invited to a review meeting where the film producers will discuss with UBC-TV
decision makers the possibilities of distribution for their film.
All films must be completed and edited projects. Filmmakers must have all rights and clearances to content. UBC-TV
is not seeking to invest in the production of titles. Their goal is to ambitiously secure distribution for 100 independent films.UBC-TV
is moving forward towards its national and international cable launch fall 2014. For further info please send all inquiries programming@
"UBC-TV! Television for the New Millennium."