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Get Real USA Inc.
(Pink Sheets: GTRL) For complete profile, CLICK HERE: (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_us/company_spotlights/archives/gtrl.asp).
“Amidst its growing portfolio, Get Real will be distributing Tied in Knots this summer, a film that won the 2010 comedy of the year at the Mojave Film Festival; underscoring the potential for domestic and international success. Get Real is entitled to 30 percent of gross sales from the movie, estimated to reach $2 million.” Company Profile (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_us/company_spotlights/archives/gtrl.asp) Quote & News (http://app.quotemedia.com/quotetools/clientForwardtargetURL=http://www.baystreet.ca/quotedata/partners/allpennystocks/quotes.asp&action=showDetailedQuote&symbol=GTRL) GTRL Profile The global markets continue to struggle, but an area that is propping-up markets is online companies. In particular, the movie and music industries are thriving. A report released in March 2012 by the Motion Picture Association of America said that global box-office receipts for all films released around the world in 2011 reached $32.6 billion; up 3 percent over 2010 and 35 percent higher than five years ago. In today’s digital world, these box office sales are resonating to online purchases for music and movies as”bootleg” sites are regularly being busted by investigators and pricing has become more competitive to make it more affordable for consumers.
According to research company comScore, Inc., more than 100 million Americans watched online video content on an average day in 2011. In December 2011 alone, more than 43.5 billion video streams were delivered to consumers.
Apple’s iTunes is the household name and the most popular music vendor in the world with more than 16 billion songs sold worldwide as of the end of 2011. Launched in 2003, iTunes had sold more than 2 million feature-length films by July 2007 and 200 million television episodes by October 2007. A month ago, Apple beefed-up its sales efforts by launching iTunes throughout the Asia-Pacific region; where it was only available in Australia, Japan and New Zealand until then.
Apple doesn’t just magically generate the sales. At the end of fiscal 2011 (September 2011), it spent $933 million on advertising in the fourth quarter and overall spending grew 37 percent to over $10 billion, up from $7.3 billion in the year prior.
There’s a good reason for Apple’s massive initiatives: The industry is always growing new competitors as the industry expands and continues to provide lucrative profit margins.
Other evidence of the importance of establishing a footprint in the digital media space has been offered by Netflix, Google, Yahoo, Amazon and Vudu, a streaming service owned by Wal-Mart. Looking to build its presence, Dish Network, snagged Blockbuster out of bankruptcy in 2011 for its movie capacities. Coinstar Inc., owner of the Redbox movie rental kiosks, recently hit all-time closing highs on enthusiasm for the company’s DVD expansion plans and a streaming venture with Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ). Late in 2011, Netflix, who already has a content deal with Discovery for television shows, dished-out an estimated $30 million per film to acquire exclusive rights for movies from DreamWorks, the company behind successful movie franchises like”Madagascar” and “Shrek.” Commenting on the overall shift in the industry, Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s chief content officer, said, “You’re seeing power moving back into the hands of content creators. When a company like DreamWorks ends a long-running pay TV deal—- when a new buyer in the space steps up—- that’s a really interesting landscape shift.” The fact is that the movie, television and music industry is still early, but accelerating, in what is going to be a major consumer shift into watching streaming content on computers, tablets and internet-connected television. While the stalwarts in the industry are in the midst of a contentious battle with each other, smaller companies are arriving on the scene with precise business models that should lead to immediate growth.
Going public in 2010, Get Real USA, Inc. (Pink Sheets:GTRL)has been building its position in the movie and internet industry, but now looks prepared to grow much longer legs and unlock higher shareholder value. The company is in the business of producing low budget, high quality (typically $500,000 to $1 million) genre pictures using recognizable name talent. Currently, the company operates with two divisions: the film division and the music division with future plans including creating games. GTRL`s business strategy is to work with highly skilled producers and directors who also offer fierce attention to risk assessment and cost management.
The Company`s goal is to create a strong production pipeline while taking advantage of new technologies, production efficiencies and value-added enhancements such as innovative and edgy marketing strategies. Get Real will be leveraging its relationships with industry experts; distribution partners; its websites (www.GetRealMovies.com, www.GetRealMusicOnline.com and www.getrealusainc.com/main.html); and its ownership role in Now TV Live to promote and generate revenues from its films.
The company is building its movie library with several niche films that feature Hollywood stars like Dolph Lundgren, C. Thomas Howell and other actors associated with Michael Worth and Grizzly Peak films.
It’s most recent film, “Tied in Knots,” is a romantic comedy starring Greg Utt Panichkul, Sara Malakul Lane, Jamison Yang, Steve Arnold, Jibby Saetang and Gary Stretch. “Tied in Knots is comically written to interweave the perfect blend of irony, sarcasm, and innuendo, along with slapstick and romance. The fun never stops,” according to the movie description. Thanks to the highly-experienced team at Stage Door Productions, the cost of the film was kept to only$300,000 (and paid for by Stage Door Productions owner Mr. Tierre Turner and his partners), which gives the film unprecedented potential for substantial profit margins. Further, the cast of very well-known international actors are extremely well known in certain key Asian markets. Originally filmed in 2008 and shelved because of a distribution conflict, Tied in Knots won the 2010 comedy of the year at the Mojave Film Festival; underscoring the potential for domestic and international success.
Expanding its revenue potential related to Tied in Knots, Get Real USA is also producing a soundtrack and music video for marketing. Get Real has agreements with Platinum Records and Bungalo Records with all labels distributed through Universal Music Group.
Per an agreement with the Tied in Knots producers, Get Real USA will earn thirty-percent of gross revenues generated from the global distribution of this film in addition to revenues it will realize from the soundtrack production project for the film. The company conservatively estimates DVD sales alone to be around $2 million for Tied in Knots, which will be recognized in its 2012 fiscal year.
Two featured actors in the upcoming Ricky Horne Jr. Production, “She Must be Loved” from the Get Real USA Entertainment division, Khalil Kain and Omari Hardwick, graced the cover of Essence magazine in December 2010.
Some of the real potential of Get Real USA is based on its relationship with Now TV Live, LLC. GTRL held a 3 percent interest in the company, but recently bolstered that holding to 12.5 percent. Now TV Live believes it will be the first ever live-streaming television network distributed through the Machinima/YouTube platform. Everyone knows the dominant web presence that YouTube has as one of the top 10 websites in the world and massive numbers of video views. Machinima is the dominant video entertainment network for gamers around the world showcasing gameplay, original shows, game trailers and news. For the month of April 2012 Machinima viewers watched over 1.6 billion videos, making them the number one all-time Entertainment Channel on YouTube.
Machinima properties are found across the largest global distribution platforms including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, iOS and Android. Now TV Live has a distribution agreement with Machinima that will allow Now TV to distribute content through the YouTube platform and have automatic access to the existing 120,000,000-subscriber base that Machinima has developed.
The new Now TV network will produce content in its own state-of-the-art video studio in North Hollywood, California. Get Real will have the opportunity to co-executive produce shows for Now TV Live and participate in creative content.
Now TV Live is currently in talks with several television shows that could potentially be aired on Now TV Live very soon. The wildly-popular “Pimp my Ride” show had many years of success.
However, it was dropped from a major television network and fits perfectly with the current demographic of Machinima subscribers. The Machinima marketing team will provide marketing for many of these shows. In addition, Machinima corporate insist that these quality type shows can be pre-sold to advertisers once Now TV officially launches and a series of at least four shows is produced.
Get Real’s management team, board and consultants are comprised of industry professionals, whose experience spans decades in the industry. Particularly notable is the company’s relationship with consultant Greg Walker. Walker currently manages the Louisiana Tax Credit Fund, which allows Get Real the ability to bring projects and receive commission on movie projects in need of Tax Credit funding solutions. Also, Walker is owner and operator of Louisiana Media Productions (LAMP). Get Real USA currently has a production agreement in place with LAMP to produce films at the production studio facilities located in Baton Rouge.
(Tech Analysis Chart: http://www.allpennystocks.com/images/Tech_Analysis_Charts/gtrl_tech_analysis_chart_july_10_2012.jpg) Technically speaking, the GTRL chart looks to have found a bottom when it dipped intraday to $0.01 in mid-June. Outside of that brief move, support is strong at $0.014 through $0.015. Over the past few weeks, the stock price has not even touched those marks; forming a new higher support at $0.017 and holding for nine straight trading days. There is some resistance ahead at 2 cents and another secondary resistance from recent highs at $0.023, but primary resistance won’t enter until the chart climbs more than 60 percent to 3 cents. Importantly, a break of the resistance at $0.03 would put the pps back over the 50 day moving average (a bullish sign) and signal an overall reversal in the chart.
Key indicators are also supporting the idea of a trend reversal and climb off the bottom. The MACD, the most widely-used gauge of trend amongst technical traders, is rising back towards zero. Now around
0.0025, the 12 ema will be watched by traders to continue its rise and break through zero (called “breaking the money line”), a bullish indication for the chart. The Full Stochastics, a gauge of momentum, is resetting itself after reaching levels near 80 with the %K(14) looking like it is starting to turn again just below 50. The Relative Strength Index (RSI) has been uptrending now for over a month and has slowed as it approaches 50. The break of 50 is a strong sign of momentum. As the stock consolidates at a higher low, it should be expected that momentum has tepidly come out of the play with traders now looking for volume to increase with some buying pressure, which will kick momentum indicators back into gear.
With support being indicated at around $0.0014 a share, stop losses just below that level may be a wise move to protect against unwanted downside pressure. As we always mention at this point, these are merely the interpretations of AllPennyStocks.com. We encourage all investors to do their own due diligence and consult with a financial advisor prior to making any investment decisions.
The movie industry is huge to say the least as noted above. The streaming video space is experiencing nonlinear growth and tallying billions in revenues each year now. Get Real USA has uniquely positioned itself to benefit from both industries in the near term through a unique marriage in its business model. Amazingly, the company is trading at less than 2 cents per share and carrying a market cap of about$500,000, despite holding assets that far outweigh that valuation. With the launch of Tied in Knots this summer and the larger ownership and business plans with Now TV Live, the company could explode onto the scene in 2012. It is for these reasons that we encourage our members to immediately begin their due diligence on Get Real USA Inc. (Pink Sheets:GTRL) and promptly add it to their watchlists.
As always, more information on the Company can be found on AllPennyStocks.com, or by clicking here: (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_us/company_spotlights/archives/gtrl.asp).
INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS * Solid, Growing Industry. The Motion Picture Association of America said that global box-office receipts for all films released around the world in 2011 reached $32.6 billion. According to research company comScore, Inc., more than 100 million Americans watched online video content on an average day in 2011.
* Niche Market. Get Real USA, Inc. is in the business of producing low budget, high quality(typically $500,000 to $1 million) genre pictures using recognizable name talent.
* Multiple Revenue Streams. Currently, Get Real operates with two divisions: the film division and the music division with future plans including creating games. The company produces their own soundtracks and keeps the revenues in addition to distribution agreements from films.
* Partnered with Giants. Get Real owns 12.5 percent of Now TV Live, LLC. and will be significantly building-out their platform. Now TV Live believes it will be the first ever live-streaming television network distributed through the Machinima/YouTube platform of more than 120 million members.
OVERVIEW A publicly-traded Company on the OTC, Symbol: GTRL, is engaged in the production of low-budget, high quality, genre pictures with recognizable name talent. The Company`s management team and board are comprised of industry professionals, whose experience spans decades in the industry. The team is relentless in carrying out their mission of protecting the Company’s financial investments by focusing on reducing risk and maximizing profitability. The Get Real USA Entertainment division’s financing strategy is “low risk”, supported by government incentives, as well as partially funded by well-known film distribution partners.
Corporate Information * Exchange: Pink Sheets * Market Cap: 4.1 Million * Outstanding Shares: 229 Million * Price: $0.018 * 52 Week Low / High:$0.0033 / $0.144 * Information As Of July 10, 2012 Useful Profile Links * Corporate Write-Up (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_us/company_spotlights/archives/gtrl.asp) * Recent News & Press Releases (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_us/company_spotlights/archives/gtrl.asp) * Management Team (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_us/company_spotlights/archives/gtrl.asp) * Contact Information (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_us/company_spotlights/archives/gtrl.asp) Forward Looking Statements This report includes forward-looking statements that reflect Get Real USA Inc. current expectations about its future results, performance, prospects and opportunities. Get Real USA Inc. has tried to identify these forward-looking statements by using words and phrases such as “may,” “will,” “expects,”“anticipates,” “believes,” “intends,”“estimates,” “plan,” “should,” “typical,”“preliminary,” “we are confident” or similar expressions. These forward-looking statements are based on information currently available and are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause Get Real USA Inc.`s actual results, performance, prospects or opportunities to differ materially from those expressed in, or implied by, these forward-looking statements. These risks, uncertainties and other factors include, without limitation, the Company`s growth expectations and ongoing funding requirements, and specifically, the Company`s growth prospects with scalable customers, and those outlined above. Other risks include the Company`s limited operating history, the Company`s history of operating losses, consumers` acceptance, the Company`s use of licensed technologies, risk of increased competition, the potential need for additional financing, the terms and conditions of any financing that is consummated, the limited trading market for the Company`s securities, the possible volatility of the Company`s stock price, the concentration of ownership, and the potential fluctuation in the Company`s operating results.
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