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Pastors of Oakland Join Truli Media Group With Faith-Based Content

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/14 -- Truli Media Group, Inc. (OTCQB: TRLI), parent company of Truli.com, a global, faith and family friendly media content platform and social community hub, today announced that The Pastors of Oakland have agreed to offer their sermons and other faith-based content on Truli.com.

Dr. Gerald Agee of Pastors of Oakland said, "It is with great pleasure to announce that an alliance has been formed with Truli and the Pastors of Oakland. The Pastors of Oakland is an organization with over eighty-five (85) churches and a membership of one hundred-twenty (120) Pastors. The alliance will be very instrumental to the Pastors of Oakland in creating a Digital Universe where their relevant content will not only be carried distantly but also offers a way for churches in the Oakland area to stay up-to-date with events that are happening with other churches in the City."

"We are excited to form this unique bond with the influential Pastors of Oakland organization," said Michael Jay Solomon, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Truli. "The pastors represent many African-American churches and allows us to continue to fill our platform with ethnic diversity and a huge selection of diverse Christian voices," Mr. Solomon added.

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 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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(303) 810-4050
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