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Friday, 16 November 2012 10:59

Thanksgiving Holiday

gifKAHULUI, HI, November 16 – Akakū: Maui Community Television would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. In observance of this holiday we will be closed on Thursday, November 22nd and Friday, November 23rd, 2012. This includes all offices, the studio, the media lab, and our Moloka'i and Lana'i offices. We ask that all community producers plan accordingly in terms of renting or returning camera kits and/or other equipment. Normal work hours will resume on Monday, November 26th.

 

For more information call (808) 871-5554 or visit us at www.akaku.org.

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Last month, members of the training division at the Maui Fire Department participated in a four-day editing class with Akakūʻs Technical Director, Stephen (Tree) Luksic. The firefighters learned the basics of Appleʻs newest editing software, Final Cut Pro X.

Their new skills will go towards creating Public Service Announcements and training videos for the Fire Department staff and to be aired on Akakūʻs channels. Mauiʻs landscape is very unique with its gulches, oceans and cliffs, fire rescues can often be different from other areas. By learning video editing, the firefighters will be able to produce training videos that cover and review certain techniques and procedures that can be used in these uniques situations.

"My experience with Tree and Akakū was very pleasant. I learned a lot and Tree was very patient and explained everything really well. I would recommend this training to anyone!" said Kimberley Mullen, the Office Operations Assistant of the Maui Fire Department Training Bureau.

After completing the training, the Maui Fire Department consulted with Akakū as to what would be the best editing equipment to purchase for their departmentʻs use. Akakū will be supporting the Maui Fire Department in further training classes and assisting in future television productions. This partnership is part of the ongoing relationships that Akakū has with community organizations and government agencies. Akakū looks forward to working with other non-profits agencies and community organizations in the future.

Akakū also offers a Studio Production class and a Field Production class, as well as the Final Cut Pro editing class. Each class is normally offered once every other month. However, for organizations that wish to train a group, special classes can be created. For more information contact Stephen Luksic at (808) 871-5554 or visit www.akaku.org.
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Akaku: Maui Community Television will be airing the Public Land Development Corporation (PLDC) Public Hearing live on Akaku Channel 54. The meeting is being held on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 from 10:30am to 12:30pm.

This is the only public hearing statewide on proposed adoption of amended administrative rules related to the Public Land Development Corporation. The public hearing will focus on amended rules for the new state agency, which is tasked with increasing revenues through the development of state lands through public-private partnerships.
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Friday, 09 November 2012 12:17

Akakū Closed Veterans Day

Akakū: Maui Community Television will be closed on Monday, November 12, 2012 in observance of Veteransʻ Day. This includes all offices, the studio, the media lab, and our Moloka'i and Lana'i offices. We ask that all community producers plan accordingly in terms of renting or returning camera kits and/or other equipment. Normal work hours will resume on Tuesday, November 13, 2012. For more information call (808) 871-5554.
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Come celebrate with Akakū: Maui Community Television for Live General Election Results Coverage, on Tuesday, November 6th, starting at 6pm in the Akakū Center at 333 Dairy Road. Kahului. Akakū will debut it’s 2012 General Election live coverage outdoors on a giant, sixteen foot  wide, LED screen.

Candidates, supporters and the general public are all invited to come down to participate and watch as Hosts Kathy Collins and Jeff King track election results “live”, along with analysis by Dick Mayer, of the Kula Community Association and Mahina Martin, former Community Relations and Communications Director for the County of Maui. Michelle Sewell, will be providing results and insights on the major National Elections and Akakū’s own, Wanda Moore and Chivo Ching-Johnson will interview the candidates and members of the public out in front of Akakū Center.

If you can’t make it down to join us at Akakū Center, tune in to Akakū channels, 52, 53, 54 and simulcast on the radio at  88.5, KAKU- FM, starting at 6 p.m, Akakū presents “live” coverage of the 2012 General Election results, If you don’t have cable, you can watch the live video stream available at www.akaku.org. Wheter you come down to the station or watch it at home, follow the General Election coverage on Akakū Maui Community Television, from the first reports until the winners are declared.

This live, General Election coverage is sponsored in part by the generosity of the following organizations: Pukalani Superette, Bank of Hawaii, Mario and Valerie Cardone at Peake-Lavoy Commercial Real Estate Leasing, Joe Pluta Realty, Aloha Event Lighting, Maui Soda and Ice, Presentation Services Audio Visual (PSAV), Flatbread Pizza and Sunset Tropicals.  The giant LED screen and production services are being donated for this event by Aloha Event Lighting, Kahului. It is the only outdoor TV screen of this size in Maui County and only one of two available, in the State of Hawaii. So come, join us and see this larger-than-life live coverage of the winners and losers in this crucial election.  Above all remember to get out and vote!
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