LOS ANGELES (WordNews.org) July 10, 2012 – Truli Media Group launched its social media site Truli.net today, featuring sermons from hundreds of ministries, family-friendly entertainment and home-grown videos.
Truli.net was founded by Michael Jay Solomon, former president of Warner Bros. International Television and former president of Lorimar-Telepictures Corp. Solomon leads Truli Media Group, which was founded in 2011 and has offices in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Dallas, Miami and Denver.
“The vision of Truli is to deliver relevant content offered from many perspectives, so that no matter where you’re coming from or where you’d like to go, you can interact with the content that you want, when you want it, and on the device of your choice,” said Solomon, founder, president and CEO of Truli.net. “We are excited to create a place where anyone can access a great variety of Christian and family-friendly content, but also interact within a social media community that shares their same belief, have conversations with others and even ask questions directly to ministries.”
The site is free to registered users. It is designed for ministries, artists, authors and film and television producers looking to get exposure or deliver their content to a targeted audience. Items will be sold through an online shop.
The site also allows users to interact with ministry leads via live chats and “like” their favorite video through Truli’s exclusive “Amen” button.
Truli has formed partnerships with Campus Crusade For Christ, Oral Roberts University, Global Christian Network (Korean) and Cash Luna (Spanish), among others. Truli.net will have content from around the world in many languages. Truli is also partnering with the Dove Foundation to build the best family friendly online movie hub.
“This service will provide people of faith with relevant video content, the latest faith-based movies and support materials for their spiritual enrichment. Our team is pleased to play a role in this exciting venture,” Dick Rolfe, co-founder and CEO of The Dove Foundation.
Varun Soni, the dean of Religious Life at USC said the site provided a platform “to engender and inspire new conversations and communities.”