September 4, 2008

UOMO Media’s The NE Inc. Wraps Summer With a Full Slate of Productions

UOMO Media Inc. (OTCBB:UOMO - News), a multi-channel entertainment company, announced today the team at The NE Inc. have numerous video and commercial projects completed and more in the pipeline for the fall.

"We've come off of a very productive summer as our team has been working with some of the exciting and emerging musical talent in North America," said Randall (RT!) Thorne, Executive Director for The NE Inc. "While much of the production industry has been quiet this summer we've found ourselves busier than ever. It's been a testament to our talented roster of directors and producers."

Recently, The NE Inc. has wrapped production on videos for up and coming artist Justin Nozuka for his song "Be Back Soon," directed by Cazhhmere and Randall (RT!) Thorne. Also, Cazhhmere directed Montreal-based artist Julie Crochetiere's video for her song "The Only Thing I Know for Sure."

Marc Andre Debruyne, a director at The NE Inc., has completed numerous music videos over the summer months including:

-- God Made Me Funky, "Bring It Back"

-- Lori Nuic, "Something's Gotta Give"

-- Ekue ft. Shazelle,"Elevators"

-- Grand Analog, "Touch Your Toes Remix"

With The Ending's "Follow" and Hello Beautiful's "St. Andrew's Bridge" about to go into film production. As well, director Bruce MacDonald, with The NE Inc., recently completed two public service announcements (PSA) for the Ontario Recycling Council. The commercials, featuring Oscar the Grouch of Sesame Street, will appear on TV networks this fall.

About UOMO Media Inc.

UOMO Media Inc. is a multi-channel entertainment company that acquires, produces, and manages intellectual media content and digital assets. UOMO integrates existing and well-established revenue streams in recorded music, publishing, talent management and distribution through its four operating divisions: UOMO Digital, UOMO Recorded Music, UOMO Talent Management, and UOMO Publishing. PricewaterhouseCoopers estimates that by 2011, the global media and entertainment industry will be worth US$ 2 trillion.