Crosswalk.com Announces Live Coverage of Gospel Music 2001 and Dove Awards

Apr 19, 2001, 01:00 ET from Crosswalk.com, Inc.

    CHANTILLY, Va., April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Crosswalk.com (Nasdaq:   AMEN), the
 leading stand-alone Christian Web site on the Internet, today announced its
 broad coverage of Gospel Music 2001 in Nashville, Tenn., during the week of
 April 21 to 26.  The reporting of this event will consist of backstage news
 updates and live chats from the Dove Awards, interviews with various Christian
 artists throughout the week, and up-to-date photos, featured on Crosswalk.com
 (http://www.crosswalk.com), concurrent with the Gospel Music 2001 activities.
     The 5,000-member Gospel Music Association (http://www.doveawards.com) is
 dedicated to educating the public and the music industry concerning the
 mission and role of gospel music in today's world.  Gospel Music 2001 will
 culminate with the Dove Awards, which recognizes achievement in all genres of
 gospel music and is the premiere awards show for the contemporary Christian
 and gospel music industry.  The Dove Awards will take place on Thursday
 evening, April 26, from 8 to 10 p.m. (EDT).
     Crosswalk.com will provide current news and updates, located primarily on
 its Entertainment Channel (http://entertainment.crosswalk.com), throughout the
 course of the week, and particularly during the awards show itself.  During
 the Dove Awards, a live chat (http://chat.crosswalk.com) directly from the
 awards venue, will be conducted with various artists from 7 to 10 p.m.  In
 addition, current photos will be continuously posted on the Web site, and the
 live Crosswalk.com Webcam will feature on-site coverage.  Also featured will
 be interviews with different artists during the course of the week.
     "Gospel Music Week and the Dove Awards are always exciting events for the
 Christian music industry, providing a time to reflect, to educate and to
 promote what Christ is doing in the lives of people through the powerful tool
 of music," said Crosswalk.com Entertainment Channel editor Matthew Turner, who
 will be attending the event and coordinating the Web site's coverage of Gospel
 Music 2001.  "I am ecstatic about this opportunity for Crosswalk.com, not only
 to be a leader in covering Gospel Music Week, but also to provide a fresh and
 comprehensive perspective on this music industry event."
     Crosswalk.com provides a comprehensive range of content and community
 services to support the integration of faith and values into everyday life.
 Featured channels include Entertainment, News, Money, Spiritual Life,
 Homeschool, Teens, Family Living, Sports, Women, Travel and "Live It --
 Today's best advice from Christian books," as well as live Chat and Forums.
 Free to viewers, key services include: Bible Study Tools, "The most
 comprehensive online Bible resource;" the Crosswalk.com Goshen Web Directory,
 "The largest Christian directory on the Web;" My Investigator, "The nation's
 leading source for cultural investment screening;" and over three dozen free
 e-mail newsletters.
 
     Safe Harbor -- This press release includes forward-looking statements that
 involve risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, product
 offerings and performance, the management of growth, market acceptance of
 certain products and other risks. These forward-looking statements are made in
 reliance on the "Safe Harbor" provisions of the Private Securities Litigation
 Reform Act of 1995.  For further information about these factors that could
 affect Crosswalk.com, Inc.'s future results please see the company's filings
 with the Securities and Exchange Commission.  Prospective investors are
 cautioned that forward-looking statements are not guarantees of performance.
 Actual results may differ materially from management expectations.  Copies of
 these filings are available upon request from Crosswalk.com, Inc. investor
 relations.
 
 

SOURCE Crosswalk.com, Inc.
    CHANTILLY, Va., April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Crosswalk.com (Nasdaq:   AMEN), the
 leading stand-alone Christian Web site on the Internet, today announced its
 broad coverage of Gospel Music 2001 in Nashville, Tenn., during the week of
 April 21 to 26.  The reporting of this event will consist of backstage news
 updates and live chats from the Dove Awards, interviews with various Christian
 artists throughout the week, and up-to-date photos, featured on Crosswalk.com
 (http://www.crosswalk.com), concurrent with the Gospel Music 2001 activities.
     The 5,000-member Gospel Music Association (http://www.doveawards.com) is
 dedicated to educating the public and the music industry concerning the
 mission and role of gospel music in today's world.  Gospel Music 2001 will
 culminate with the Dove Awards, which recognizes achievement in all genres of
 gospel music and is the premiere awards show for the contemporary Christian
 and gospel music industry.  The Dove Awards will take place on Thursday
 evening, April 26, from 8 to 10 p.m. (EDT).
     Crosswalk.com will provide current news and updates, located primarily on
 its Entertainment Channel (http://entertainment.crosswalk.com), throughout the
 course of the week, and particularly during the awards show itself.  During
 the Dove Awards, a live chat (http://chat.crosswalk.com) directly from the
 awards venue, will be conducted with various artists from 7 to 10 p.m.  In
 addition, current photos will be continuously posted on the Web site, and the
 live Crosswalk.com Webcam will feature on-site coverage.  Also featured will
 be interviews with different artists during the course of the week.
     "Gospel Music Week and the Dove Awards are always exciting events for the
 Christian music industry, providing a time to reflect, to educate and to
 promote what Christ is doing in the lives of people through the powerful tool
 of music," said Crosswalk.com Entertainment Channel editor Matthew Turner, who
 will be attending the event and coordinating the Web site's coverage of Gospel
 Music 2001.  "I am ecstatic about this opportunity for Crosswalk.com, not only
 to be a leader in covering Gospel Music Week, but also to provide a fresh and
 comprehensive perspective on this music industry event."
     Crosswalk.com provides a comprehensive range of content and community
 services to support the integration of faith and values into everyday life.
 Featured channels include Entertainment, News, Money, Spiritual Life,
 Homeschool, Teens, Family Living, Sports, Women, Travel and "Live It --
 Today's best advice from Christian books," as well as live Chat and Forums.
 Free to viewers, key services include: Bible Study Tools, "The most
 comprehensive online Bible resource;" the Crosswalk.com Goshen Web Directory,
 "The largest Christian directory on the Web;" My Investigator, "The nation's
 leading source for cultural investment screening;" and over three dozen free
 e-mail newsletters.
 
     Safe Harbor -- This press release includes forward-looking statements that
 involve risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, product
 offerings and performance, the management of growth, market acceptance of
 certain products and other risks. These forward-looking statements are made in
 reliance on the "Safe Harbor" provisions of the Private Securities Litigation
 Reform Act of 1995.  For further information about these factors that could
 affect Crosswalk.com, Inc.'s future results please see the company's filings
 with the Securities and Exchange Commission.  Prospective investors are
 cautioned that forward-looking statements are not guarantees of performance.
 Actual results may differ materially from management expectations.  Copies of
 these filings are available upon request from Crosswalk.com, Inc. investor
 relations.
 
 SOURCE  Crosswalk.com, Inc.