A father-daughter relationship of the “tough love” kind will be featured on HIKI NŌ, Thurs., Jan. 28 at 7:30 pm on PBS Hawaiʻi.
PBS Hawai‘i is dedicating the next two Thursday nights of its local programming to a topic that so many of us are afraid to face – our own mortality.
After a year of being home-schooled, a Maui teen with Tourette Syndrome re-enters public school with more confidence.
Joshua Iloreta has cerebral palsy, and with his brother Jason’s help, they’ve worked out a way to continue enjoying a sport they love: long-distance running.
PBS Hawaiʻi has hired Tina Yamaki as its new Director of Business Support. In this role, Yamaki will engage with local businesses and organizations in supporting PBS Hawaii’s programming and learning initiatives.
Tech evangelist and social media maven Guy Kawasaki to appear on a new Long Story Short with Leslie Wilcox
The Central Pacific Bank Foundation has made a two-year, $50,000 donation to PBS Hawaiʻi for the renovation and construction of the public television station’s new facility.
Top stories from the past season of HIKI NŌ, PBS Hawaiʻi’s statewide student news network, will be shown at free public screenings on Maui, the Big Island, Kauai and Oahu as part of the 2015 HIKI NŌ Festival.
The Island Insurance Foundation has donated $50,000 to PBS Hawaiʻi for the renovation and construction of the public television station’s new facility.
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.
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