Michael Chèze Productions



MICHAEL CHÈZE PRODUCTIONS WAS COMMISSIONED by the BBC's international news and current affairs television channel, BBC World (now BBC World News), to do research and provide documentary type footage on a pioneering W-Fi project established in the Western Cape town of Knysna. The material was featured in BBC World's technology programme, "Click", and titled, "Bridging th Digital Divide". The piece was an investigation of how Wi-Fi technology

installed by UniNet, in a joint venture with the Knysna municipality, was providing libraries, schools, businesses as well as individuals in underdeveloped areas surrounding Knysna with low cost internet access. UniNet CEO David Jarvis caught Click editor Richard Talyor's attention over the years after he had been invited to present at the UN "Wi-Fi for Development" summit at the UN headquarters in
New York.