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Charles Djou has withdrawn from a live, televised mayoral candidates forum, which was scheduled for Thursday, October 27 at 8:00 pm on PBS Hawai‘i.
Hawai‘i’s statewide public television station today opened its new home to the public, after a blessing ceremony and donor thank-you event this morning.
For a student from Kaua‘i, what’s it like to compete against other teenagers across the country, on the other side of the country? This experience is captured in a new PBS Hawai‘i documentary, Aloha Atlanta: HIKI NŌ at the Student Television Network Competition.
PBS Hawai‘i has hired Cheryl Oncea as its new Vice President of Advancement. Oncea will head fundraising initiatives at PBS Hawai‘i, a non-profit media organization and Hawai‘i’s only statewide public television station.
Voters are invited to watch PBS Hawai‘i on Monday, August 1 at 8:00 pm for a special episode of the roundtable public affairs show Insights on PBS Hawai‘i featuring Honolulu’s leading mayoral candidates.
A large grant from the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation has propelled PBS Hawai‘i to within $200,000 of its $30 million goal for its new home at 315 Sand Island Access Road.
PBS Hawai‘i has hired Jason Suapaia, a longtime creative professional and executive in Hawaiʻi, as its new Vice President of Creative Services.
BS Hawaiʻi welcomes back longtime television and multimedia marketing executive Linda Brock as its first-ever Chief Content Officer.
Hawaiʻi schools walked away with 34 awards at the 13th annual Student Television Network (STN) competition in Atlanta, held March 10-13
PBS Hawaiʻi and Palama Settlement are co-hosting a free 40-minute sneak preview of Jackie Robinson, the latest documentary from acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns.
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