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DigitalTown, NIAAA to Collaborate With Google on Access to Its Community Domains for Google Apps

MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- (Marketwired) -- 12/16/13 -- DigitalTown, Inc. (OTCQB: DGTW) and the NIAAA (The National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association) announced that DigitalTown 23,000 plus domains are going to move to Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) for use on all three areas of the Google Apps platform for Business, EDU and Non-Profit use by the high schools and community organizations in the local areas. Legal structure of the particular NIAAA members will dictate which Google Apps are appropriate.

Google Apps provides the critical foundation for growing cloud applications. The NIAAA 8,800 members representing 10,000 high schools have shown strong growth in the Google Apps Education adoption, Choosing Google Apps as the platform was the overwhelming choice. More than 20 million students currently use Google Apps for Education worldwide.

With over 6,000 Google resellers and developers, the market for new applications is strong. Google Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sites and custom apps will be offered.

About DigitalTown:
DigitalTown, Inc. in Burnsville, MN is developing a nationwide network of more than 27,000 local online communities for high school students, alumni, boosters and local citizens. For more information, please visit www.digitaltown.com.

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