Feb 5, 2015 – (iNewswire) Gobal Entertainment Holdings (OTC: GBHL) and Tzar Investment Group have signed an agreement whereby Tzar will act as financial advisor to raise up to $5 million for the development of motion picture projects and initial development of the “i-HUB”, a set-top, internet content convergent device.
The “i-HUB” convergence technology system enables internet users and content viewers to easily find and view countless hours of programming and media content available throughout the internet with minimal “clicks”, or using voice commands. The i-HUB recently went through an extremely successful test phase monitored by one of the world’s leading MVDDS (Multichannel Video and Data Distribution Service) technology companies. Global plans to conduct initial testing of its i-HUB units in Albuquerque with MDSAmerica, the leading builder of MVDDS systems in the U.S., Europe and in the UAE.
In addition, Tzar is introducing Global to a variety of Bollywood production entities and funders to further Global’s goal of bringing commercial, cross-cultural stories to the motion picture screen.
Hirak Biswas, principal at Tzar, stated, “I and all of my associates have been very impressed not only with the extraordinary potential of Global’s projects, but importantly, with the outstanding capability of their experienced management team. We look forward to a long and productive relationship with Gary (Rasmussen), Dan (Sherkow), Jackie (Giroux), and Alan (Bailey).
Dan Sherkow, COO of Global Entertainment Holdings, echoed Biswas’ thoughts, “Tzar’s far reaching contacts not only in India but throughout the world should give Global added firepower in many areas including technology, funding, and creative co-ventures.” Global’s CEO, Gary Rasmussen, continued, “Global’s shareholders will no doubt benefit from the wide-reaching alliance with Tzar. We all look forward to working with Hirak and his team, here and in India.”
About Global Entertainment Holdings, Inc. GBHL
GBHL is a publicly-held, entertainment company with the goal of building a worldwide entertainment and media organization with domestic and foreign subsidiaries, affiliates and/or joint venture partners. GBHL operates primarily through its wholly-owned subsidiaries of Global Universal Film Group (Film Production & sales), Global Entertainment Media (media content delivery; the “i-HUB”) and Global Entertainment Film Fund, LLC (Film Slate Financing). The Company is determined to stay on the cutting edge of social networking and media distribution through its wholly-owned subsidiary, You’ve Got the Part, Inc. You’ve Got the Part plans to capitalize on the current popularity of Hollywood and reality-based programming by offering participants a chance at small speaking roles online, in a real Hollywood movie or video production, for which anyone with access to a Smartphone or a digital camera can apply. Global Entertainment Media is focused on development of digital distribution of media content with the i-HUB set-top convergence system. The Company also utilizes joint ventures to maximize revenue while reducing equity exposure. For more information on GBHL, please visit: http://www.Global-GBHL.com.
About Tzar Investment Group
Tzar’s primary mission is to develop, structure, and implement cross-border JV investments and business expansion opportunities between companies from the U.S. and India. With the underlying goal in mind, Tzar has created an innovative and proprietary approach to promoting and developing cross-border business on behalf of its clients. Tzar’s unique approach combines investment capital, corporate financing, business globalization, and other long term strategies in a customized, cost-effective, and efficient manner. For more information on Tzar, please visit: http://www.tzarinvestmentgroup.com
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