MINNEAPOLIS, MN--(Marketwire - June 9, 2009) - DigitalTown Inc. (OTCBB: DGTW) today announced the launch of on-line content and news hubs for over 14,000 high schools.

Jan Andersen, CEO of Digitaltown.com, states: "This represents the first phase of our plans to develop powerful, user generated and interactive sites that will serve all the constituents of local high schools, and by extension, their local communities."

The launch of over 14,000 individual sites represents one of the largest launches on the web. This phase aggregates existing content from across the web that is relevant to each high school. Each school site is customized to reflect each school's colors, with links to their official high school web page. This phase will allow us to aggressively engage with partners to add functionality & features unique to each domain.

While the sites are individual, they are linked through a common database that allows ultimate economics of scale enabling each site to evolve individually.

Andersen continued: "DigitalTown is committed to capture and focus the high school and community spirit that binds students, parents, alumni, teachers and coaches together. From athletic teams to academics, booster clubs to bands, from cheerleading to student government, these high school sites will distill each school's spirit into an experience that is useful, entertaining and inspirational for all the groups and individuals who are connected to their local high school."

DigitalTown is very excited to begin the process of transitioning our portfolio of 27,000 high school spirit domain names, which represent nearly 99% of all high schools, into active sites.

About DigitalTown:

DigitalTown Inc. in Burnsville, MN is a holding company of intellectual property, mainly domain names centered on 3 main areas, community and high schools, media and technology.

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Contact Information: Company Contact: info@digitaltown.com (952)890-2362 (office)