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.
PBS Hawaiʻi hosts a special broadcast presentation April 7 featuring two female wrestlers from Hawaii, just as they compete for a shot at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio.
PBS Hawaiʻi welcomes two new members to its Board of Directors: Jason Haruki and Huy Vo
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.
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