LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/22/13 -- Truli Media Group, Inc. (OTCQB: TRLI), parent company of Truli, a global faith-based & family friendly media content platform and social community hub, today announced that Dr. Larry Poland has joined Truli's Board of Advisors. Dr. Poland is the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Mastermedia International, a consulting organization to the top leadership of film and television in Hollywood and New York representing the faith community.
"I am very pleased to welcome Larry to the Truli family," said Michael Jay Solomon, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Truli. "Larry is an icon in Christian Media and I know that he will contribute greatly to Truli with his advice and counsel."
"Truli represents the next generation of distribution for faith-based and family friendly content, and I am pleased to contribute as I can to its global success," said Dr. Poland. "Moving forward, I believe that Truli is capable of further revolutionizing the way we enjoy faith and family oriented entertaining content while positively impacting the lives of its growing user base."
Since 1985, Dr. Poland and his staff at Mastermedia have provided professional consulting, personal counsel, and small group support to top leadership in film and television in Hollywood and New York. Dr. Poland is also the recipient of the Covenant Award for significant, Christian influence on the secular media and the founder of the National Media Prayer Breakfast. Harvest House publishers included Dr. Poland on their list of "The 365 most influential people in the world" based on his network of relationships with those holding global media power. He is a native of Ohio and a graduate of Wheaton (Illinois) College with a Bachelors degree in sociology. Dr. Poland also earned Masters and Ph.D. degrees from Purdue University in college administration and a Master of Divinity degree from Grace Theological Seminary.
Truli 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 is free for ministries as many additional sermons are delivered weekly, as well as music videos, film/television content, sports, comedy and educational material. Truli offers a single platform that is flexible and easy to access to connect users, enabling the delivery of relevant and family 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 in the U.S. alone.
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