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Hollywall Entertainment Inc. (HWAL) Begins Roll-out of New HW Vision Media and Telecommunications Brand

  • Hollywall Entertainment Inc. is a technology and broadcasting company with a deep reserve of entertainment media content that it is distributing through its network in the U.S. East and South regions
  • Hollywall began rolling out its new, wholly owned brand HW Vision at the end of January to provide cellular equipment and services, streaming media content, live television and on-demand programming
  • HWAL’s mission is to use its growing telecommunications prowess as a socio-economic equalizer for rural and underserved minority communities
  • The company’s telecommunications networks will also deliver capabilities for telemedicine and tele-education — services that have become valuable during the ongoing global pandemic that has led to limitations on in-person gatherings

Telecommunication and broadcasting company Hollywall Entertainment (OTC: HWAL) has begun rolling out its new wholly owned subsidiary HW Vision to provide branded cellular equipment and services, streaming media content, live television and on-demand programming as part of Hollywall’s drive to become a major media and entertainment conglomerate.

HWAL’s subsidiary HW Vision will be advancing its technological footprint via its entry into an agreement to acquire top United States telecommunications firm Omnipoint Technology Inc., a Massachusetts-based telecommunications company, to deliver the services — including content from Hollywall’s large entertainment library and educational programming catalogue — to residential homes and commercial businesses through its network across the Eastern and Southern United States, according to a recent company announcement (https://ibn.fm/s8kAB).

HWAL’s growth is fueled by a dedicated mission to level socio-economic playing fields through telecommunication services to underserved communities and minority populations. The company’s mission supports the growth of U.S. minority business enterprises (“MBEs”) owned and operated by African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, and Pacific Islanders and their communities.

“We will faithfully remain steadfast and committed to our work to deliver on our promised mission of Fiber to the People (TM), inviting a beacon light of hope to inspire those that live within the fringes of some (of) our nation’s most devalued and disenfranchised communities, who continue to endure the suffrages from the lack of internet access symbiotic of the ever-widening digital divide,” Hollywall President and CEO Darnell Sutton stated in the company announcement. “We as a nation of all races, color, and creed must come together in unity and take a firm stand against all racial and social injustices, or sadly, we will remain enthralled within the midst of one of the greatest challenges of a spiraling disparity that will no doubt eventually adversely affect an entire new generation.”

Another HWAL subsidiary, Hollywall Development Company (“HWDC”), specializes in the design, creation and management of 5G fiber networks. Its initiatives and investments include broadband and 5G networks, Internet-dependent products and services (“IOT”), smart city technologies, telemedicine, tele-education and waste management.

Telemedicine and tele-education have been particularly useful services during the past year as the global COVID-19 pandemic has led to a variety of “distancing” standards designed to reduce the spread of viral infection but that have also prevented schools, businesses and health clinics from operating in the freely accessible, in-person reception manner that has historically served as the nuts and bolts model for commerce.

The company also continues to expand its U.S. Governmental Affairs and Lobby Division portfolio as part of the effort to develop broadband networks nationwide with the help of national public works companies and federal agency partners.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Hollywall.com.

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to HWAL are available in the company’s newsroom at https://ibn.fm/HWAL

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