LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 16, 2015) - GAWK Inc. (OTC PINK: GAWK) CEO Scott Kettle will appear on MoneyTV on Friday, April 17, 2015, to speak to investors about the Company's business plan to raise $21 million to buy data centers in small to medium cities across the U.S. GAWK plans to hire local technological talent to target small businesses in towns and cities to sell cloud computing and Voice over IP, website creation and maintenance, and promotional services at the data centers. GAWK's purchases will allow those cities to create new tax bases. The Company has already raised $11 million through Southridge Advisors II, LLC, an institutional investor.

MoneyTV, an internationally syndicated weekly business television program, reaches 150 million TV households globally. Created by Don Baillargeon, Founder, Executive Producer and Anchor, MoneyTV debuted in 1996, recently began its 19th year on television and produced and aired its 850th original episode in 2014.

About GAWK, Inc.
Gawk Incorporated is a world innovator of digital Internet-related technology designed to meet the needs of modern consumers, businesses and enterprises globally. www.gawkinc.com

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