SOURCE: DigitalPost Interactive

August 28, 2007 08:00 ET

DigitalPost Interactive's Web 2.0 Technology Featured on ABC TV Los Angeles

Consumer Reporter Ric Romero Features Websites for Heroes Program

IRVINE, CA--(Marketwire - August 28, 2007) - DigitalPost Interactive (OTCBB: DGLP) (www.dglp.com), a provider of user-friendly web platforms for digital media-sharing and social networking, is pleased to announce that KABC-TV -- Southern California's most watched television network -- aired a feature on how the company's personalized family websites are keeping troops connected, now that the Pentagon banned sites like MySpace and YouTube on its networks. To view the full clip, visit www.dglp.com/media/KABC.

The segment, which aired on the station's August 23rd newscast, looks at how DigitalPost Interactive's "Websites for Heroes" program is giving new hope to families eager to share life's most precious moments online during year-long deployments overseas. The sites combine full-screen slideshows, streaming video, message boards and more in a user-friendly and visually engaging package. Password-protected and fully secure, the sites employ DigitalPost Interactive's advanced compression technology which instantly "shrinks" photos and videos, making them faster to load, and easier to view -- even in the extreme conditions of Iraq.

"People don't realize just how difficult it can be to stay connected with loved ones when you're 7,000 miles from home," said Terry Gniffke, former Marine/Vietnam vet, and co-founder, WebsitesForHeroes.com. "These websites have a tremendous impact on the lives of our soldiers by giving them a safe and secure way to instantly share important family milestones without compromising security or precious bandwidth."

"We're very proud that our technology is helping families maintain their deep connections during the months and years apart," said Michael Sawtell, CEO, DigitalPost Interactive. "The fact that our family sites are so popular with the military community is a testament to just how adaptable and engaging our Web 2.0 platform is."

For more information on the program, please visit www.WebsitesForHeroes.com.

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 www.TheFamilyPost.com and www.WebsitesForHeroes.com, please visit www.dglp.com.

About WebsitesForHeroes.com

WebsitesForHeroes.com 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 (www.dglp.com) and Caliber Media Group (www.calibermediagroup.com) WebsitesForHeroes.com provides military families with free, personalized password-protected family 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 WebsitesForHeroes.com or to sponsor a family, please visit www.WebsitesForHeroes.com.

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