Chris Carmichael / Chairman, CEO, and Co-Founder
Frequently described as a visionary and serial entrepreneur, Chris Carmichael is an expert in design, marketing, production, and distribution. As Ubiquity Broadcasting's Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder, Carmichael manages the Web 3.0 Company’s strategy, content development and operations.
With extensive experience in the film and television industries, Carmichael has worked on shows such as 20/20, NBC Sports Anthology, and has produced several music videos and television commercials – winning his first "Clio” award in 1978 for his work on an RC Cola commercial. Carmichael also wrote, produced, and globally distributed "Spinnin Wheels," the world's first skateboard film.
While working in marketing and film production, Carmichael pursued another passion and soon emerged as a premier apparel designer, later being named one of the Top Ten Designers of Men's Apparel in the U.S. by Sports Style Magazine.
In early 1997 Carmichael turned his attention to the Internet after realizing design and technology innovation was non-existent. Carmichael later invented "Sprocket" and co-authored several of the Company's other patents including "Compression," "Lifestyle," "Immersive Advertising," and "B2B." He brings a unique and intuitive quality to the Company and has a keen understanding of the marketplace.
When the 1969-1971 U.S. Surfing Champion is out of the office, guess what he’s doing? Yep, surfing!