Torq Media Signs Music Deal with Gumball Records for Quizam

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March 18th, 2005

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(March 2005) Torq Media Signs Music Deal with Gumball Records for Quizam
Vancouver, BC –

Torq Media Corporation (“the Company” or “Torq”) (TSX-V: TQ) is pleased to announce that its Educational Software Division “Quizam” has signed a license agreement with Gumball Records. Under the terms of the agreement Quizam will be using the Children’s Album “I just want to be little” as the soundtrack for its new Software Study Tool Quizam. Every Quizam CD will now come with the full album randomly playing throughout the various menu screens.

The Album “I just want to be little” was nominated for Best Children’s Album at the West Coast Music Awards. The Album has also been selected by The Canadian Children’s Book Center Choice association.

Russ Rossi, president of Torq stated, “This brings Quizam to a new level. We’ve incorporated music into the study tool. In addition to users adding their own music, Quizam is now shipped with a first class music track that makes the software very enjoyable to use.”

About Quizam:
Quizam helps students to score higher on their tests by quizzing users from a database of randomly selected questions and answers on a variety of topics. The quizzes can be created by the user and emailed to other players. As well, the user can download quizzes from the Quizam website ( Quizam randomizes questions and uses a database of answers to create a bank of answers for multiple-choice selection. There over 50,000,000 elementary and high school students in North American. This represents a market with $2.5 Billion of potential About Torq Media Corporation (

Torq Media is a member of the TSX venture exchange (TSXV: TQ). The company is involved in 3 business segments, IT Training, Film Production and Education Software. Torq subsidiary, On-Track Computer Training, is rapidly becoming a leader in the “IT” education and professional training market. According to IDC, IT education and training spending will exceed US$25 billion in just two years and is growing at 13% annually. On-Track is expanding its reach in this industry as fast as possible.
“Russ Rossi”, President

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