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PBS Hawaiʻi will be receiving a $20,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) for its statewide student news network, HIKI NŌ.
PBS Hawaiʻi has received a $50,000 grant from Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. for the public television station’s NEW HOME at the entrance to Sand Island.
A story on campus safety by Maui High School students will air on tonight's PBS NewsHour.
After nine years on PBS Hawaii, the father-and-son sports talk show Leahey & Leahey has come to an end. At their in-studio kitchen table, Jim and Kanoa Leahey welcomed sports heroes, insiders and policy makers from Hawaiʻi and around the world.
PBS Hawaiʻi will host a free preview of the latest Ken Burns-produced documentary, Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies.
Download the PDF of this news release National PBS documentary features local efforts to perpetuate Hawaiian language HONOLULU, HI – What does it take to save a language? Poet Bob Holman travels across the globe to uncover answers – including a stop in Hawaii to feature ongoing efforts to perpetuate our native language.
PBS Hawaiʻi has received a $50,000 grant from the Matson Foundation for the public television station’s NEW HOME at the entrance to Sand Island.
PBS Hawaiiʻ is preparing to begin construction on its NEW HOME on Nimitz Highway and Sand Island Access Road later this year, with completion in 2016. Hawaiʻi’s only public television station has begun the process of selecting a general contractor.
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