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Starting tonight at 6pm, Akakū will broadcast the first hour of the Kihei Town Party, LIVE from Azekaʻs Plaza on Akakū Channel 54. Hosted by our own Shawn Michael and host of the Weekly Dish on KAOI, Trish da Dish.
On Saturday Morning you can check the full Maui Interscholastic Leagueʻs Maui Championship Regatta Live from Kahului Harbor starting at 10am.
Preceeding the regatta on Channel 54, you can watch keiki from Molokai demonstrate their skills at the Molokaʻi Makahiki, Live from Kaunakaʻi, Molokaʻi from 9am to 10am. 
Check it out starting Friday night in Kihei, a weekend full of live broadcasts for Maui Nui. Aloha for watching and supporting Mauiʻs only local TV station, and your community access to FREE SPEECH IN THE MEDIA.
Mahalo Nui Loa from the staff at Akakū Maui Community Television.
Published in Akaku News Archive
Friday, 18 January 2013 12:35

Live Action for Viewers of Akakū

Last weekend, television viewers across Maui County watched Seabury Hall and Kamehameha Maui sweep to victory at the Maui Interscholastic League (MIL) regatta, as Akakū cablecast the action in real time, using its new LiveU unit. The size of a backpack and weighing about 12 pounds, LiveU does the work of a satellite truck, transmitting full HD video by aggregating cellular links or wireless networks into a seamless broadband transmission. In less than one second, the regatta video reached Akakū’s receiver in Kahului and was instantly on Akakū: Maui Community Television Channel 54 and streamed on Akakū’s website (www.akaku.org).

The Akakū crew deployed multiple cameras, with Technical Director Stephen “Tree” Luksic cutting between shots as the canoes took off. Race Director/Assistant Coordinator Mahina Martin said, “Akakū’s live broadcast of our high school regatta is a remarkable opportunity to share our sport with the families and friends of our student athletes who are unable to join us at the beach. This is especially exciting for the families of our paddlers from Moloka’i and Lana’i. Akakū’s ability to reach out to our neighborhoods and families continues to be a valuable asset to our county. We appreciate Akakū’s support of our high school athletes.”
Published in Akaku News Archive
Wednesday, 16 January 2013 18:06

Akakūʻs New Director of Programming

Shawn Michael has been with Akaku since 2002 and is currently the most senior employee on staff. He began in the Production Department of Akakū shooting County Council Meetings, live shows, events, and editing. For the last several years heʻs been working in the Programming Dept. as a Programmer; creating schedules and maintaining the broadcast library.

As the new Director of Programming he plans to make enhancements to the visual presence of our channels.

"I see Akaku's mission to ʻempower the community's voice through access to mediaʻ as the first and foremost mission we have as a non-profit," said Michael.

Michael plans to expand this mission to not only empower the community's voice via video, but empowering voices from all types of communication including Twitter, Facebook, blogs, pictures, Instagram and whatever else becomes the norm in daily life.  

"I feel that even somebody's tweet, facebook status or uploaded picture is a form of free speech that Akaku should help to facilitate in it's effort to reach to the entire community," said Michael.

Published in Akaku News Archive
Wednesday, 16 January 2013 12:20

Akakū Closing for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

 In observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, Akakū: Maui Community Television will be closed on Monday, January 21, 2013. This includes the studio, medialab, and our offices on Moloka'i and Lana'i. Normal work hours will resume on Tuesday, January 22, 2013. Community producers please plan accordingly. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
For more information please visit www.akaku.org or call (808) 871-5554.
Published in Akaku News Archive
Monday, 07 January 2013 11:20

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