Olelo Community Media

Community Update

12th of October 2018

2018 ‘Ōlelo Board of Directors Election Results

October 11, 2018 The results of the 2018 Board of Directors election are in!  Please join us in congratulating Sandy “Alexandra” Livingston as ‘Ōlelo’s newly elected public Board member! Dr. Livingston will serve a three-year term beginning January 1, 2019, and ending on December 31, 2021. The purpose of the election is to give clients […]

8th of October 2018

Children & Youth Day 2018

Children & Youth Day is a time to recognize the potential and special gifts of Hawai’i’s youth.  On Sunday, October 7, over 50,000 people made their way over to the State Capitol to participate in the events.   Children & Youth Day (CYD) provides a venue for nonprofit organizations; county, City, State and Federal offices; businesses; […]

4th of October 2018

30th Anniversary Resolution

On October 3, 2018, the Honolulu City Council recognized and honored ‘Ōlelo for 30 years of service to the community.   A representative from each department of the company joined President and CEO Sanford Inouye in accepting the Honorary Certificate at the Kapolei Satellite City Hall.      Marketing Manager Jack Bates, Production Services Specialist Jon Wong, Programming Manager […]

12th of September 2018

Empowered Kids Take Over ‘Ōlelo

You’ve probably seen a show or two on television showcasing kids and their remarkable talents, but have you ever seen one produced entirely by the youth themselves?  Watch out for an epic ‘Ōlelo series called For Kids By Kids, a variety show that consists of 23 different types of segments covering everything kids are passionate about.  Viewers can […]

14th of August 2018

‘Ōlelo Receives National Recognition

In an effort to build capacity for the future, ‘Ōlelo’s Communications Department produces promotional videos ranging from client Empower Stories to  promotional spots  to behind-the-scenes mini documentaries.  Additionally, signature programs like the Island Focus and Live at the Legislature series are produced to showcase inspiring community leaders and the impact their work has on our island state. The […]

13th of August 2018

A Dungeon Master in Master Control

Meet Gabe Killhour.  He is one of five technicians in ‘Ōlelo Community Media’s Playback Department.  He responsible for physically transmitting every program that comes through our doors from our facility in Māpunapuna to your television.  A Playback Technician’s job is no walk in the park.  Surrounded by a sea of computers, converters, tape decks, hard drives, […]

3rd of July 2018

Prince Lot 2018

The 41st Annual Prince Lot Hula Festival will be airing on ‘Ōlelo channel 53 on the following dates/times: Prince Lot Hula Festival 2018 – Part 1 8/22/2018 6:00 PM 8/23/2018 10:00 PM 8/29/2018 4:30 PM 8/31/2018 8:00 AM   Prince Lot Hula Festival 2018 – Part 2 8/22/2018 8:00 PM 8/24/2018 10:00 PM 8/30/2018 8:00 AM […]

29th of June 2018

The IME Invitation

An answer to the increased demand from teachers to integrate media into their classrooms, our Innovative Media for Educators Program (IME) is the newest addition to ‘Ōlelo’s Youth Initiatives. IME provides educators with media resources, technologies, training, and professional development opportunities for little to no cost. In return, participants gain access to state-of-the-art video equipment, […]

18th of June 2018

Redirection Through Volunteering

The smiling faces of the women you see in the above photo are of a very unique crop of production volunteers who assist ‘Ōlelo in shooting community events.  These women volunteering under a special partnership between ‘Ōlelo and the Women’s Community Correctional Center (WCCC). The women of WCCC have trained on various formats of media production and have […]

29th of May 2018

Team ‘Ōlelo in the Charity Walk 2018

On Saturday, May 19, ‘Ōlelo Community Media participated in the 40th Annual Visitor Industry Charity Walk. The Charity Walk began at Ala Moana Park’s McCoy Pavilion, continued on Ala Moana Boulevard and along the Ala Wai Promenade, then down Kalakaua Avenue heading into Waikiki, turning around on Paoakalani Street. The walk then proceeded along the makai […]