SOURCE: DigitalPost Interactive

August 15, 2007 08:00 ET

DigitalPost Interactive Featured in Front Page Article of Los Angeles Times

Company's Technology Touted as Safe and Secure Alternative to MySpace and YouTube

IRVINE, CA--(Marketwire - August 15, 2007) - DigitalPost Interactive (OTCBB: DGLP), a provider of user-friendly web platforms for digital media sharing and social networking, is pleased to announce that the Los Angeles Times, America's second largest metro paper, profiled DigitalPost Interactive and its flagship site, in a special, front-page feature in the August 10th California section. To view the full article, please visit

Written by staff writer and former Vietnam veteran H.G. Reza, the in-depth feature explores how military families around the globe are turning to DigitalPost Interactive's Web 2.0 technology to share photos, videos, and life's most precious moments in the wake of the military's recent ban of and

In the article, retired Navy Cmdr. Rudolph Brewington, spokesman for the Navy family support group LifeLines Services Network, talked about the void Websites for Heroes was filling, and how DigitalPost Interactive's technology addresses the unique challenges of serving families in a military environment. "It keeps the family connected, and we don't have to worry about security and bandwidth," he said.

"Communication is so vital for the morale and well-being of our US service men and women and their families," said Michael Sawtell, CEO, DigitalPost Interactive and founder of "This story supports our belief of how the right technology can make a world of difference in the way families share and communicate. We're proud to offer this service to America's heroes, and are proud to give families around the globe a secure, compelling new way to stay in touch."

Supported by sponsorships from the American corporations and the general public, provides military families with their own secure, high-end family websites for sharing videos, photos, and other family moments during long and difficult deployments overseas. Designed with the latest Web 2.0 technologies from DigitalPost Interactive and marketed by Caliber Media Group, the service enables families to share full-screen slideshows, message boards filled with words of love and support, and videos of key moments from loved ones back home. For more information on the program or to sponsor a family, please visit

About DigitalPost Interactive

DigitalPost Interactive is an innovator in the $20 billion digital media-sharing and social networking space, providing advanced technology that makes Web 2.0 easy to offer, and easy to use. Our visually stunning, user-friendly Web 2.0 platforms give consumers a single, engaging place online for permanently storing and sharing a lifetime of digital media and memories, connecting with family and friends, and keeping organized in today's digital world.

Completely scaleable and rebrandable, our technology gives companies in the photo, travel, entertainment, sports, and other vertical markets a fast and efficient way to offer dynamic Web 2.0 products and services. This technology can create exciting new revenue streams for all companies looking to monetize this emerging new internet opportunity. For more information about DigitalPost Interactive or our consumer sites and, please visit

About is a nationwide program that gives America's military families a safe, secure, and engaging way to share photos, videos and other family moments online during overseas deployments. Created by DigitalPost Interactive and Caliber Media Group, provides military families with free, personalized password-protected websites through sponsorships by individuals and corporations. Since launching in 2006, the program has helped hundreds of US military families around the world share first steps, birthdays, holidays, and other priceless memories online. For more information on or to sponsor a family, please visit

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