SOURCE: DigitalPost Interactive

July 12, 2007 07:30 ET

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Stations in 50-Plus Markets Show How DigitalPost Interactive's Web 2.0 Technology Keeps Families Connected in Wake of Military's Ban of MySpace and YouTube

IRVINE, CA--(Marketwire - July 12, 2007) - DigitalPost Interactive (OTCBB: DGLP) (, a provider of user-friendly web platforms for digital media sharing and social networking, is pleased to announce that one of its flagship sites,, was featured this week on over 50 NBC stations nationwide. Originally broadcast on NBC's Los Angeles station, the July 4th segment has since been aired on newscasts across America in more than 20 states. To view the original news clip, visit

Produced by Digital Reporter Mekahla Medina, the NBC segment highlights how military families like the Byrne Family of San Clemente, CA are using to stay connected in the wake of the military's recent ban of sites like MySpace and YouTube on its networks.

"The more that my husband hears from us, the higher his morale is," Kursten Byrne, a recent subscriber, told NBC. Byrne uses her site daily to keep her husband Pat up-to-date on the lives of their twin boys and two daughters during his year-long deployment in the Middle East. "I can't download pictures and email them to him because it locks up their servers," explained Kursten in the interview. "[But with WebsitesForHeroes] I know that when he's able to log on and see pictures of his kids that it just makes him smile inside. It's just another way for us to stay connected."

The program, driven by sponsorships from the American public, gives families a safe, secure, and engaging way to stay connected by providing them with free family websites for sharing videos, photos, and other family moments during long and difficult deployments overseas. For more information on the program, or to find out how to sponsor a family, please visit

About DigitalPost Interactive

Headquartered in Irvine, CA, DigitalPost Interactive provides user-friendly Web 2.0 platforms that bring simplicity, versatility and security to online media sharing and social networking. Powered by tools like Qwik-Post(SM), these platforms empower users to create personalized websites in minutes that are rich with multimedia. Following the success of its flagship sites and, the company now markets its technology to verticals in the education, sports and travel industries. For more information, please visit

About is a joint effort by two California patriots -- Terry Gniffke of Caliber Media, a former Marine and Vietnam veteran, and Michael Sawtell, CEO of DigitalPost Interactive, a provider of advanced family website technology ( -- to keep military families connected and to inspire hope during difficult times. The program provides a unique way for the American public to support our troops by allowing them to sponsor families for a free family website while they're serving our country overseas. Since launching in 2006, the program has served hundreds of US military families around the globe, providing them with a little piece of home when they need it most. For more information on or to sponsor a family, please visit

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