LOS ANGELES, July 20, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Urban Television Network Corporation (OTC:URBT) will re-launch America’s first urban television network for the first time since it shut down in 2006 in Q1, 2016. URBT Network “TV for You!”
As URBT network begins having conversations with television, cable and over the top box broadcasters for its Q1, 2016 launch, the company proudly touts, we are going to be the disruptive force that drives the next-generation of the millennial urban Americans; our channel is for the next generation of urban consumers and leaders.
URBT network was founded more than 15 years ago by people that became pioneers in the broadcasting industry, because they wanted to change the way people watch TV. But abruptly shut down in 2006. Now in 2015 with the dawn of the digital age the revolution has begun. URBT network has a new vision and new shows.
URBT will be the nation’s leading provider of quality entertainment, music, news and public affairs television programming for the millennial urban American audience.
In preparation for the next phase of URBT network’s evolution the company has filed Form D under rule 506 c with the SEC which will allow qualified investors to invest directly into the company and allow URBT to raise 5 million dollars for its impressive comeback. The stock price of the company up more than 250% since the beginning of the 2015, URBT is beginning to spread its wings. “It now time to get on the air,” says CEO Joseph Collins.
Even though the minimum to invest is only 5 thousand dollars, investors are encouraged to speak directly to the CEO and he gives out his private phone number (909) 486-4742. “This is an excellent opportunity for our URBT stockholders to re-invest in the company and for new stockholders to invest in the future growth of company and I would love to talk to every one of them,” says Joseph Collins.
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Joseph Collins CEO