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Sunday, 30 December 2012 14:41

Akakū Channels OFF-AIR!

PEG Channel Outage

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UPDATE: 1/5/12 -- On 1/7/13, Channel 53 may experience an outage, due to the fact that UHMC channels will be back on-air. if the replacemaent modulator has not arrived. Oceanic Time Warner is working to correct this asap.
 UPDATE: 12/31/12 -- 12:30pm - Oceanic Time Warner has informed us that Akaku Channels 53,54 and 55 and Digital Channel 354 (Maui College) have been restored.  Channel 355 (University of Hawaii) and Channel 356 (Department of Education) will be off air until further notice.
UPDATE 12/30/12 -- 4:30pm HST. - We have spoken with techs at Oceanic Time Warner Cable and there is no ETA for the return of the PEG Channels, at this time. They are working to get a solution, we will update you as soon as we hear from OWTC.
Sunday, December 30, 2012 - Equipment failure at Oceanic Time Warner headend has taken all five Akaku PEG analog channels  53,54 and 55 including UHMC and DOE digital channels 354 and 356 off air on Maui prior to midnight last night. Technicians are reporting that Oceanic may not have the required back up modulators in house to restore this outage in a timely manner. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates on this website. In the meantime you can view Akaku Channels 53 and 54 on our video streams here at www.akaku.org.
Published in Akaku News Archive
The Staff, Volunteers and Interns at Akakū Maui Community Television wish all our Ohana, Haoli Makahiki Hou! Mahalo for all your support this past year and we look forward to the New Year with new and better programs that will help empower our mission of bringing access to the media to all of Maui County. Mahalo to Kat Tracy and her students in the Project Ybeam Christmas Break class, "Motion" for creating this piece of Holiday fun! Hereʻs a permalink for those of you who want to view our Project Ybeam site, http://ybeam.akakutv.org/?p=380
Published in Akaku News Archive
Dan InouyeHonolulu, HI (Dec. 20, 2012) – Akaku: Maui Community Television and ‘Ōlelo Community Media, in collaboration with the Office of the Governor, will cablecast live the lying in state ceremony in honor of U.S. Senator Daniel K. Inouye at the State Capitol on Saturday, Dec. 22, from 5 p.m. through midnight.
It will be broadcast live on Akaku Channel 54.

Saturday’s cablecast will begin with the brief memorial ceremony, followed by the public procession.

The program will also be streamed live at www.akaku.org.
Published in Akaku News Archive
Wednesday, 12 December 2012 17:10

Akakū Captures Nā Mele O Maui

The theme of this yearʻs Nā Mele O Maui 2012 was Ka Ho'oilina Leo a Hoʻopiʻi Brothers which showcased the musical talents of Uncle Richard Hoʻopiʻi and paid tribute to the legacy left behind by both he and the late Sol Hoʻopiʻi. Mauiʻs only county wide Hawaiian song and art competition took place on Friday, December 7th at the Castle Theater of the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.

For those who missed the opportunity to see this event live and would like to purchase a DVD of the entire event, call (808) 871-5554 to order. DVDs can be picked up at Akaku Center at 333 Dairy Road in Kahului or for an additional $6 customers can have their copies mailed directly to them.

The competition will also be aired on Akakūʻs Channel 53 from noon on Christmas Eve thru all of Christmas Day, December 25, 2012 and on New Years Day, January 1, 2012 beginning at 12:00am and ending at 11:59pm. For more information call (808) 871-5554 or visit us at www.akaku.org.
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