New Content from Teen Tyme Productions Being Added to Truli.com

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Truli Media Group, Inc., a global, faith and family friendly media content platform and social community hub, announced today the addition of Just Teens TV from Teen Tyme Productions, based in Tampa, Florida, as one of many new video and audio content owners who have joined with the Company to offer programming content on Truli.com.

Truli Media Group, Inc. (OTCQB: TRLI), parent company of Truli.com, a global, faith and family friendly media content platform and social community hub, announced today the addition of Just Teens TV from Teen Tyme Productions, based in Tampa, Florida, as one of many new video and audio content owners who have joined with the Company to offer programming content on Truli.com. The new content providers offer a wide variety of programming to meet the huge Christian and family audience, domestic and international. Combined they will offer over 1,000 hours of new programming to the platform for the users of Truli.com. The use of the Truli.com platform is free to the content providers and the users and is available on any Internet enabled smartphone, computer, tablet, gaming system and TVs.

Just Teens TV is a popular news, information and educational show that empowers youth by showcasing their talents, providing a forum to discuss issues and current events that are important to them.    

For the past 13 years, the show’s producers, Teen Tyme Productions, has impressed upon viewing audiences the importance of high standards, meaningful morals, valuable virtues and priceless values through this program.

“We are very excited about introducing Just Teens TV to a worldwide market through Truli,” said Stacey Spencer, show founder, host and producer. “Our mission ‘to educate, encourage and empower the youth of today to be the leaders of tomorrow’ has been well received in other markets and we feel this is a crucial time to reach out to the world’s teens.”

“With so much violence, negative messages and bad behavior being shown on television these days, we’re thrilled to provide a positive alternative to young people who don’t engage in destructive behavior and hope by doing so, we reach teens who will reconsider their attitude and reject negative influences,” said Spencer. “Our entire team is honored to serve all youth by providing positive television programs through the wonderful vehicle of online media.”

In an effort to reduce juvenile delinquency through effective prevention, intervention and positive television programming, Teen Tyme Productions through its successful media initiative Just Teens TV focuses on timely issues such as bullying, alternatives to zero tolerance, disproportionate minority contacts in order to educate and empower youth about the importance of staying in school.

Companies, organizations and individuals interested in learning more about the show and its positive programming can reach the producers by emailing them at teentyme(at)aol(dot)com, calling them at (727) 420-7501 or visiting their website http://www.teentyme.com.

About Truli.com:
Truli.com 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.com 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.com 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 700+ million outside the U.S.) representing $4.3 billion of annual gross industry sales.

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Truli.com contact:

Jim Dickson
(303) 810-4050
jim(at)trulimediagroup(dot)com

http://www.truli.com

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