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The Digital Development Group Continues Aggressive Expansion of Content Library

The Digital Development Group Corp. (OTCBB: DIDG) (“DigiDev” or the “Company”), a rapidly expanding Internet TV content distribution company, today announced the upcoming launch of the G2R Media channel, available soon at www.g2rmedia.tv and all “OTT” enabled devices.

DigiDev is targeting the revolutionary “OTT” technology arena. “OTT” or Over The Top devices (Roku, AppleTV, GoogleTV and others) piggyback on existing network services in consumers’ homes or offices; pull content from the Internet and deliver it to their TV or Internet enabled device. DigiDev uses OTT technology that gives it the ability to deliver programming to billions of desktops, mobile and smart/Internet enabled TV devices around the world.

G2R Media specializes in Christian based content that proclaims a Biblical worldview from Genesis to Revelation. Jeff Lewis, Owner of G2R Media, LLC, stated, “I am very excited about the launch of the G2R Media channel, which currently features over 125 hours of content covering a wide range of interesting and thought-provoking topics from some of the most authoritative and respected ministries, theologians and researchers. DigiDev’s 'OTT' service and expertise allows G2R Media to provide some of the best Christian based content in one location on the Internet, literally allowing for the gospel to ‘be preached in all the world.’”

G2R Media’s continuously growing library features content from such ministries as:

Creation Astronomy Media – producer of the phenomenal What You Aren’t Being Told About Astronomy series. Utilizing breathtaking photos, videos and graphics from NASA, JPL and other sources, hosted by Spike Psarris, former engineer in the U.S. military space program.

Eternal Productions – producer of numerous high-quality documentaries on Bible prophecy, comparative religions and creation science, including the outstanding God of Wonders, and A Question of Origin.

Good Fight Ministries – producer of many high-quality documentaries that focus on exposing the hidden agenda of the music and film industry, the secular media, the occult, and the “emerging” church, including the groundbreaking 10-hour exposé They Sold Their Souls for Rock N’ Roll and The Kinsey Syndrome, the movie that Ted Baehr (Movieguide) called “one of the most important productions of the 21st century.”

Ken Klein Productions – specializing in historical, prophetic and thought-provoking documentaries such as 25 Messianic Signs; Touring Israel; In the Shadow of Babylon; and The Lost Legend of Enoch, the first in Ken Klein’s very popular and revealing Great Pyramid Trilogy which explores the true purpose of the Great Pyramid.

LaBarge Media – producer of the visually stunning science video Programming of Life, which examines the complexity of information and coding in every living cell, and the very informative documentary comparing Christian and Mormon doctrine called Jesus Christ / Joseph Smith.

“The upcoming release of the G2R channel will further demonstrate the commitment DigiDev has to provide compelling programming within a wide range of content. We launched our first channel three weeks ago, and set the stage for dozens of additional channels to be launched,” stated Martin W. Greenwald, Chairman and CEO of DigiDev.

About G2R Media

G2R Media is an aggregator of Christian based content that presents a Biblical worldview. Please visit: www.g2rmedia.com.

About Digital Development Group Corp.

The Company’s founders, CEO Martin W. Greenwald and President Joe Q. Bretz have extensive experience in the entertainment industry. As CEO, Mr. Greenwald, oversaw Image Entertainment Inc. growth to over $120 million in revenues. Given Greenwald’s focus in content licensing and Bretz’s technological know-how, the Company is well positioned to be a leader in the Internet television revolution. For more information please visit our website www.digidev.com.

Additional details of the Company’s business can be found in the Company’s public disclosures as a reporting issuer under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (“SEC”) EDGAR database. Please refer to our full disclaimer, which includes our safe harbor statement, by clicking on or copying this link below into your browser: http://digidev.com/hq/disclaimer/

Nothing on this website is either an offer to purchase, or a solicitation of an offer to sell, shares of DigiDev Group or any other entity. Nothing on this website is a solicitation of a proxy from a security holder of Digital Development Group Corp. or any other company.

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