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Some lawmakers in the Philippines are pushing to get the country’s largest broadcaster back on the air. The station’s signal was taken down following a long-running dispute with the government, and in the middle of a continuing pandemic.

Town Square: 2016 Election in the Media

Sep 29, 2016
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Alan Cleaver / Flickr

By now  you know this presidential race is like no other. And regardless of how you may feel about either candidate, there's one other think you know: this election is like no other for the media, too. How that shows up in what you see and hear is what we'll take up next time on Town Square. Join us Thursday at 5: Hawaii News Now News Director Mark Platte and Civil Beat Editor and General Manager, Patti Epler guest. 

Town Square: Media Coverage During Elections

Sep 22, 2016
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Flickr / League of Women Voters of California LWVC

  This week on Town Square, looking at how the media and reporters in particular cover political campaigns. Does local and National media coverage generally enlighten or confuse voters? Do reporters focus on things that help us make informed choices or do they just look for scandal and controversy? We’ll take up these questions with award-winning investigative reporter and columnist Ian Lind, long time Hawaii journalist Denby Fawcett, and Honolulu Civil Beat reporter Nick Grube.

Margo Vitarelli
Margo Vitarelli

What we know and learn depends a lot on how we receive the information.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports a yearlong collaboration between local artists and scientists has yielded a cunning series of prints that intrigue, delight, and enlighten. 

Honolulu Ethics Commission
Honolulu Ethics Commission

The Honolulu Ethics Commission votes today on whether or not to rescind a controversial media policy. Critics say it effectively silences the Executive Director and commission staff from speaking to reporters. HPR’s Molly Solomon has more.

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  Hawai‘i’s cable television companies are required by law to provide funds and channels for community access.  Na Leo o Hawai‘i on Hawai‘i Island, Akaku in Maui county, and Hō‘ike on Kaua‘i are much loved local channels.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offer sthis visit with ‘Ōlelo, O‘ahu’s four community television channels.

Non profits and other community organizations,  ‘Ōlelo may be able to shoot and air your event for free. Call and ask about their Executive Production Service.

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Flickr / billjon

This week’s edition of the Honolulu Weekly contains a letter from the publisher announcing the end of the popular newspaper. The Weekly’s editor and others, however, are banding together for a new venture. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports.