Akakū will broadcast Mayor Alan Arakawaʻs State of the County Address live tonight on Channel 53 from 5:00pm to 6:00pm. The event is being held in the Baldwin High School auditorium and the public is welcome to attend. The State of the County Address will highlight the Countyʻs achievements in 2012, outline plans for the coming year, and discuss issues presently facing the County. Tune in to Akaku Channel 53 tonight at 5:00pm to watch this live event.
If you can't get to Makawao to celebrate this Valentine’s Town Party, tune in at 6pm, Akakū channel 54. See the multitude of entertainment and food options along Makawao Avenue and Baldwin Avenue at this
Special Valentineʻs Weekend Experience, "LIVE" from Makawao On AKAKU CHANNEL 54. Check it out!
Akakū Radio Station, KAKU 88.5-FM, To be Off-Air Briefly on February 7th
Due to renovations, Akakūʻs radio station, KAKU-FM 88.5, will be off-air tomorrow, Thursday, February 7, 2013, between the hours of 4:00pm - 7:00pm. We apologize for any inconvenience and expect the station
to be up and running promptly at 7:00pm.
Mahalo for your understanding as we work to enhance your public access station!
The Maui Interscholastic League (MIL) Paddling season wrapped up on January 26th with undefeated seasons for both the Seabury Hall girls and the Kamehameha Maui boys crews. The Seabury Hall mixed crew won for the fourth time this season and represented Maui at the State Championships on Oahu with a second place finish.
The MIL Championship Regatta was held at the Kahului Harbor with high schools from all over Maui County participating. It was a full day event of fellowship, teamwork, and healthy competition. For those who couldnʻt make it, Akakū: Maui Community TV was there to bring it to you live in your homes and on your computers via its new LiveU unit. Viewers, spectators and paddlers alike were ecstatic to learn that they were live for all of Maui County to see. Lānaʻi and Molokaʻi paddlers were even able to send shout-outs to viewers back on their home islands.
"Thank you Akakū for sharing our culture and our racing to the Maui community. We really appreciate Akakū spending your Saturday with us and honoring us by being here as well," said Seabury coach Paul Luʻuwai.
This is a petition created today to hopefully spark some discussion on requiring cable operators to include PEG stations in their Electronic Program Guides. Please sign this if you watch Akakū Maui Community TV or any other PEG channels in the country. Here is the link below: