ORANGE COUNTY, Calif., Dec. 24, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation continues to push the envelope in broadcasting technology. Ubiquity will broadcast the 2011 Sponsor Me Sunset Open live in HD using its patented IP Backhaul technology to the internet at www.sponsorme.com, on television through Time Warner Oceanic Cable, and on mobile media devices such as Apple's iPhone and iPad.
Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation made history in June of 2010 when they live broadcasted Hawaii's first surfing contest using an IP Backhaul. Ubiquity provided broadcasters with a direct IP stream eliminating the need for expensive satellite trucks, production equipment, and costly fixed fiber drops. By using an IP backhaul broadcasters were afforded the flexibility and mobility needed to deliver a cost effective HD broadcast.
Ubiquity's IP Backhaul technology gives broadcasters the ability to broadcast live events over the internet, television, and mobile media devices from hard to reach places. Time Warner Oceanic Cable is once again excited to be part of such a ground-breaking innovation in live broadcasting. By using an IP Backhaul it gives viewers more media choices to view the live event, reaching a far greater audience then traditional broadcasts.
CEO of Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation Chris Carmichael said, "Ubiquity will make history again with the award winning production of the 2011 Sponsor Me Sunset Open."
Emmy Award winner Steve Jacobs of Ubiquity said, "Ubiquity continues to be at the forefront of broadcasting technology."
Ubiquity's Director of live webcasts, Daniel Swiney, who has done over 100 live broadcasts, said, "The future is now. We will continue to prove the future of Broadcasting Technology is in our hands"
Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation's award winning broadcast team is set to bring you the best production and broadcast in HD live. Ubiquity's team includes Clio award winner and CEO of Ubiquity, Chris Carmichael, Emmy Award winner Steve Jacobs, Emmy award winner Dave Alverez, Academy Award winner John Lamb, IMAX 3-D filmmaker Mike Prickett, world famous television and film composer Eric Allaman, and Ubiquity's Director of live webcasts, Daniel Swiney.
Ubiquity's Impressive team has once again been assembled to increase production value of the 2011 Sponsor Me Sunset Open Contest. Coming off of a strong June 2010 Sponsor Me Hawaii Ala Moana Bowl's production, this seasoned team of award winners will blend with Ubiquity's latest compression and IP backhaul technology to deliver a webcast and simulcast experience unmatched by any in action sports. Coupled with the latest in Broadcasting Equipment, Sony HD and 3-D Cameras, Ubiquity will broadcast the 2011 Sponsor Me Sunset Open live, on the internet, mobile media devices, and to Time Warner Oceanic Cable.
The 2011 Sponsor Me Sunset Open is set for January 14-23, 2011. Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation, Sony, and Time-Warner Oceanic Cable are in their final preparations for the 2011 Sunset Open contest and the second debut of an IP backhaul HD broadcast in Hawaii. Ubiquity is bringing the next generation of broadcasting and technology to life by broadcasting live events from impossible to reach places for the entire world to see.
Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation
Redefining content creation and distribution for the digital age, Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation is a next-generation company, creating the world's first ubiquitous network, where content distribution is platform and screen independent. With more than 60 worldwide patents and patents-pending, Ubiquity is accelerating the ultimate convergence of media: mobile, internet and television. UBC redefines broadcasting for the digital age, placing the UBC network at the forefront of a fully global, mobile society. In addition to its technology developments, Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation also produces and distributes video coverage for the upcoming "Sponsor Me" series of Action Sports events. The company is privately held, based in San Juan Capistrano CA.
For more information on Ubiquity's technology, applications and innovations, please visit www.ubiquitybc.com
Sponsor Me is the premier action-sports social media group. Sponsor Me is creating a signature contest series for both professional and amateur athletes in the action sports of surfing, skateboarding, snowboarding, motocross, MMA, drifting and others. The contests are supported by live webcasts via the Sponsor Me site and delivered to mobile devices. Sponsor Me competitions will be held regionally, judged by the pros, and the winners will go on to compete on a national level where fans will have the opportunity to vote online and via SMS. The founders of Sponsor Me grew up competing and participating in all areas of action sports, and some continue to compete at a professional level today. For more information please visit www.sponsorme.com
Sony Corporation is engaged in the development, design, manufacture and sale of various kinds of electronic equipment, instruments and devices. Sony operates in five segments: Electronics, which develops, designs, manufactures and sells electronic equipment, instruments and devices for consumer and professional markets; Games, in which Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. develops, produces, markets and distributes PlayStation 2 (PS2), PSP (PlayStation Portable) (PSP) and PLAYSTATION 3 (PS3) hardware and related software; Pictures, which encompasses motion picture production and distribution, television production and distribution, and digital content creation and distribution; Financial Services, which includes the activities of Sony Financial Holdings Inc. ,and All Other, which comprises Sony Music Entertainment and Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc. (SMEJ). On October 1, 2008, it acquired Bertelsmann's 50% interest in SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (SONY BMG). Sony Electronics is the largest unit of Sony Corporation of America, the holding company for Sony Corporation's US-based electronics and entertainment businesses. Sony Corporation of America's consumer electronics unit makes and markets products to tap into Sony's music, films, games, and other businesses. The electronics arm sells PCs (the Sony VAIO) and their peripherals, as well as TVs, VCRs, PDAs, DVD and MP3 players, digital cameras, camcorders, CD players, and car audio items. The company's also a retailer and operates about 60 Sony Style retail shops in the US, mostly in California, Texas, and Florida.
Time Warner Oceanic Cable
Time Warner Cable (TWC) makes coaxial quiver. The company is the #2 US cable company, after Comcast, with operations in 28 states. TWC has about 14 million basic cable subscribers, mostly consumers, including about 9 million digital video customers. It provides broadband Internet access to about 9 million customers primarily through ISP Road Runner. The company also offers VoIP digital phone service to about 4 million customers in conjunction with Sprint Nextel.
Apple Inc., together with subsidiaries, designs, manufactures, and markets personal computers, mobile communication devices, and portable digital music and video players, as well as sells various related software, services, peripherals, and networking solutions. The company sells its products worldwide through its online stores, retail stores, direct sales force, third-party wholesalers, resellers, and value-added resellers. In addition, it sells various third-party Macintosh, iPhone, iPad, and iPod compatible products, including application software, printers, storage devices, speakers, headphones, and various other accessories and peripherals through its online and retail stores, and digital content and applications through the iTunes Store.
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