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Obama Mobile, powered by Distributive Networks and SinglePoint, wins 2008 Golden Dot Award for Best Mobile/Text Messaging Campaign

Bellevue, WA– March 12, 2008 - Mobile content and platform provider Distributive Networks today announced that Obama for America's HOPE Campaign was awarded the 2008 Golden Dot for Best Mobile/Text Messaging Campaign. The Golden Dot awards are presented by the Institute for Politics, Democracy & the Internet, part of the Graduate School of Political Management of The George Washington University, at its annual Politics Online conference.

Obama Mobile and the HOPE campaign are powered by Distributive Networks' innovative text messaging and content management platform, with messages and downloads delivered in partnership with the wireless connectivity aggregator, SinglePoint.

To participate in the award-winning Obama HOPE Campaign, mobile device users can simply text the word HOPE to OBAMA (62262), or register online at www.BarackObama.com/mobile. They can then receive news and updates on events, download campaign images and ringtones, and even provide their feedback or questions directly to the campaign via text messaging.

About Distributive Networks

Distributive Networks leverages its proprietary mobile content management and delivery system—and its extensive catalogue of original mobile content—to enable comprehensive, customized mobile messaging solutions for its clients. Distributive Networks' robust software platform allows organizations to launch and integrate a full range of mobile interactivity, including alerts, coupons, content downloads, real-time polling, in-venue engagement, mobile Web services, and end-to-end technical and customer service support. Headquartered in Washington DC, Distributive Networks is proud to serve its clients and partners across industries, including media, sports, politics, consumer products, education and public relations. For more information, please visit: www.distributivenetworks.com.

About SinglePoint™

SinglePoint is the media interactivity expert in mobile that turns viewers into active participants. SinglePoint offers a full suite of services that make it fast and easy to create, launch and manage interactive TV campaigns that work. SinglePoint's services include mobile message connectivity, applications (such as voting, polling, sweepstakes, contests, alerts, coupons clips, and tips), reporting and analytics. Powering the overwhelming majority of mobile interactivity on North American television today, SinglePoint is engaged with an audience of more than 240 million mobile users, working in partnership with mobile network and portal operations, entertainment media companies, brand managers and advertising agencies. For more information, please visit singlepoint.com.

For media inquiries, please contact:

SinglePoint
Parnaz Taheri
Bender/Helper Impact
310-694-3120
Email: parnaz_taheri@bhimpact.com

Dana Henry
Bender/Helper Impact
310-694-3130
Email: dana_henry@bhimpact.com

Distributive Networks
Brendan P. Lewis, 463 Communications, 202.463.0013 x 205,
brendan.lewis at 463.com

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