HollerNet gives rural areas a lane on the information superhighway
Smoky Mountain Youth Media | Knoxville, TN
While providing broadband to support rural areas’ use of the internet, Holler Enterprises is simultaneously creating jobs for the people who live there. Student reporters from Smoky Mountain Youth Media interviewed network technician Louie Fromm, who explained the two-fold benefit of this service called HollerNet.
Produced by Dafala Mobley, Nicole Cooney, Manuel Cuellar, and Jamar Coach at Smoky Mountain Youth Media in Knoxville, Tennessee. Instruction provided by SRL Connected Educator William Isom. Station support provided by Eastern Tennessee PBS.
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