Christian Newswire — Total Prayze Entertainment Group Continues to Combine Vision with Innovation in Evolving its Gospel Entertainment Brands.
“Our focus is on developing and producing inspirational content for broadcast, cable and new media,” said CEO David M. Wallace. “We have an opportunity to let people experience the world of Gospel music like never before.”
Total Prayze Entertainment Group has just recently launched Encore: MusiQBox — A Premier Christian & Gospel Music Video Platform www.totalprayze.
com/musiqbox. The platform is another move in the company’s bid to expand its reach which includes its digital magazine, a mobile application development division, a television & film production division, an in-house creative design agency and an eBook publishing division.MusiQbox is planning to make the leap into television, in 2011 MusiQbox was represented in Cannes, France by RebelMedia Ventures through an international distribution deal.
The company’s production division (Total Eclipse Productions) has expanded with the launch of MusicBlock Entertainment www.totalprayze.com/musicblock.
“MusiBlock’s primary focus will be on Gospel music-oriented original programming,” said David M. Wallace. “MusicBlock is a natural extension of Total Eclipse Productions.” Total Eclipse Productions is committed to creating & developing original shows, films and digital content, scripted and unscripted for all platforms. Plans are underway for Judah Praise Experience: The Sequel as the company is exploring additional opportunities for future events in NewYork and beyond. The company will also be using its Facebook page for its digital magazine (www.facebook.com/encoregospelmagazine) which is becoming a one-stop hub to stay-up-to date with the latest news & events in the Christian & Gospel music industry as a platform to make stronger inroads into television and movies.
Beginning in October, David M. Wallace will release his second eBook under his digital imprint, Kingdom First Publications. The author will address many issues children face today through a series of children’s books. The series centers around and African American child who imagines herself as a superhero called “Queen Bee.”
Visit www.totalprayze.com/kingdomfirst Under the direction of David M.
Wallace, the company will continue to look for ways to grow business relationships such as the one with GETV (Gospel Entertainment Television).
“I am pleased with what we accomplished with GETV,” said David M. Wallace, head of original programming.
“Our programming has been instrumental in building up GETV and we look forward to more opportunities as we strive to be a driving force in the faith-based community.”
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