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BEVERLY HILLS, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/16/13 -- Truli Media Group (OTCQB: TRLI) announced today the addition of many new churches and programmers who have joined with the Truli Media Company to offer their content on Truli.net. These new content providers offer a wide variety of programming to meet the huge family faith based audience, domestically and internationally. Combined they will add an additional 1,000 hours of new programming to the platform for the users of Truli.net. The use of the Truli.net platform is free to these content providers and the users and will soon be available on any Internet enabled smartphone, computer, tablet, gaming system and TVs.

Just five examples of the churches that have recently partnered with Truli.net include ministries from Southern California to Connecticut and Seattle to America's heartland.

The Rock Church, in Anaheim, CA is a Four Square Gospel church with over 5,000 members. The church offers services in English, Spanish and Vietnamese for the culturally diverse congregation. Pastor Jerry Dirmann is the founding and senior pastor of The Rock, since its opening in 2000. He has seen it quickly become one of the fastest-growing churches in Orange County, California. The Rock Church is a multi-language, multi-congregation church with satellites in Seal Beach, CA as well as Kalamazoo and Battle Creek, MI.

Family of Faith Church in Tyler, TX is a rapidly expanding non-denominational church with over 550 members. Lead by Pastor Gregory Littlefield, they serve the East Texas region with vibrant ministries to all age groups. Since 1997 they have been called to "Impact Families With The Word Of Faith."

Faith Church with Pastor Frank Santora is a multicultural and non-denominational church located in New Milford, CT. They serve over 5,000 members on four campuses, including one in New York City. They offer services and programming in Portuguese, Spanish and English. Santora is a published author and a motivational speaker for various organizations such as Amway Durso Group, Century 21, Cartus, and IBM International. His weekly television show, "Destined to Win" currently airs in over 40 cities and towns throughout Connecticut and New York.

Citadel Church, lead by Pastor and author Tracey Armstrong, is a non-denominational church located in the Seattle, WA area. They are a rapidly growing congregation that serves over 500 members that is part of Joel Osteen's Champions Network of churches.

Lebanon Family Church is a dynamic and growing non-denominational church located in Lebanon, MO (between Springfield and St. Louis) with over 1,000 members. Pastor Matt Flanders leads this congregation that also boasts a vibrant youth ministry.

In addition to the many churches adding their content to Truli.net, many movie studios, record labels, producers and other popular artists have selected Truli.net as their partner to reach the world with their programming on a shared revenue basis. Truli does not pay these artists for their content to be available on their site but provides a percentage of the revenue generated as compensation. This system eliminates any downside to the company for content acquisition costs while making the artist or studio a partner with the profits generated said Michael Solomon, Chairman, CEO.

About Truli Media Group:

Truli Media Group, Inc., parent Company of Truli.net, was founded by entertainment industry veteran executive Michael Jay Solomon. With an iconic, successful track record in developing and leading worldwide television media distribution companies, Solomon is the former cofounder, Chairman and CEO of Telepictures Corp, President of Lorimar-Telepictures Corp and former President of Warner Bros. International Television.

Recognizing a need for a simple and centralized vast library of family and faith-based subject matter combined with unifying social interaction, a team of ministry leaders, technologists and business people gathered to address this need on behalf of the Evangelical Christian community, estimated at more than 100 million people in the U.S. and totals over 700 million internationally.

With representatives in Dallas, Miami, Denver and Atlanta, Los Angeles-based Truli Media Group is led by Michael Jay Solomon and an experienced team of industry and ministry leaders. Collectively, they aggregate family friendly, faith-based Christian quality content, music, film and manage a platform for collaborative, social networking amongst members of the Christian community worldwide, enabling them to share, communicate, explore and deepen their faith together.

About Truli.net:

Truli.net offers a unique distribution platform focused on Christian and family-friendly content that is free for users to view, interact and engage with on any mobile apparatus such as tablets, phones, smart TV, etc. Truli.net is free for ministries, as thousands of sermons are delivered weekly, as well as individuals, music artists, authors, film/television producers and educators seeking to gain visibility and provide their content in a targeted and relevant community linked by a shared belief. Truli.net offers a single platform that is flexible and easy to use to connect users enabling the delivery of relevant content to the Evangelical community market of 100+ million people in the U.S. (and 600+ million outside the U.S.) representing $4.3 billion of annual gross industry sales.

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