PEABODY, MA--(Marketwired - Nov 10, 2015) - Peer to Peer Networks (OTC PINK: PTOP) and Jodi Purdy Casting Director have executed a License Re-Seller Agreement that grants the veteran casting director full access to the MobiCard Platform as an enterprise user, and subscription reseller to seamlessly connect industry talent with movie and TV producers and directors.

The MobiCard platform enables casting directors the ability to organize a directory of actors and media talent that can be shared instantly to directors and producers that are seeking such talent. Casting agents can easily share an actor's contact information and social media pages that include the industry social media site IMDB An actor can also include photos, bio, resume, audio and videos of previous work.

Since the Massachusetts Film Tax Credit went into effect in 2006, there has been a plethora of Hollywood movies filmed in Massachusetts that have kept Jodi Purdy Casting Director in high demand. Some of the blockbusters for which she has cast: Mystic River, The Departed, Gone Baby Gone, The Game Plan, The Pink Panther 2, and Bride Wars, to name a few.

Peer to Peer Network's CEO, Christopher Esposito, says, "We believe that our new relationship with one of New England's top Casting Directors validates our technology as a powerful tool for actors to attain work and for directors and producers to find appropriate talent."

Jodi Purdy-Quinlan began her career in 1981 in the Film & TV Industry when she was cast by Actor Cliff Robertson in "Charley 2," a sequel to the 1968 film that won him the Academy Award "Charley." In 1982 she joined AFTRA and began working on projects shooting in the Boston area, including "Spenser for Hire." In 1986, she was cast in the CBS Movie of the Week directed by Michael Miller, "A Case of Deadly Force," starring Richard Crenna and John Shea. She joined SAG and soon thereafter began working in Commercials, TV and Film in Boston and New York.

Purdy-Quinlan also had a hand in casting, recruiting talent for Boston, New York and L.A. Casting Directors booking principal, day player and extra roles on projects shooting in New England.

In 2002, she found the child actor that Clint Eastwood selected in the role of a teenage killer in "Mystic River." In addition, she cast all the child extras in the film and most of the extras in the riveting First Holy Communion scene. In 2006, she worked casting and wrangling 15,000 extras in such projects as "Stiffs" starring Danny Aiello; "Gone Baby Gone" directed by Ben Affleck, and "The Game Plan" starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

In 2007 she cast 4,000 extras in "The Pink Panther 2," "What Doesn't Kill You" and "Maiden Heist" all over a period of 4 months.

In 2008, she cast 2,000 extras in "Bride Wars" and worked on a number of local commercials, TV shows and the "Edge of Darkness."

In 2009 she opened South Shore Casting and a 3,000 sq.f. studio for the performing arts. Over the next two years she cast hundreds of locals in indie projects such as "Oxy-Morons," "Jonas Lives," "Stripped," and "The Rude, the Mad, and the Funny."

In 2011 she was hired to recruit and wrangle 11,000 extras in the Kevin James film "Here Comes the Boom," and another 3,000 extras in Adam Sandler's "I Hate You, Dad."

She recently cast 90 people in a new Shaggy & Pitbull lyric video "Only Love."

Purdy-Quinlan was the Location Scout for the Academy Award Nominated Animated Feature Film "ParaNorman" and was the Production Manager and Casting Director on the viral music video "Massachusetts" by Ylvis that has had over 10 million YouTube views! Connect with Jodi Purdy's MobiCard

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Peer to Peer Network ("PTOP") owns and markets its core technology, a cloud based SaaS mobile solution branded C2A MobiCard, a scalable mobile business card software platform that enables users to create, share, track and analyze leads and referrals in real time

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