- The experience
of living on Maui is often viewed as “being in paradise,”
and - in fact - it is as close to paradise as likely exists.
But Maui is also a “real world” county, with genuine
challenges, “growing pains” and issues that demand
answers. Maui TV News, Maui’s
weekly television news program, was created for this purpose,
devoting coverage to primary issues like water, transportation
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advertising on a quality television news program with the depth
and breadth of Maui TV News demonstrates
community support and interest, and a true concern for the issues
that affect all of Maui County, to the entire state of Hawai'i
on News on Demand on Oceanic Time Warner Cable’s
Digital channel 953, via the Internet at www.mauitvnews.com.
And now you can watch weekly reports of Maui TV
News every Friday morning on the KHON-2 Morning
News with Kirk Matthews and Kathy Muneno between 5 and 8 a.m.
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more about advertising opportunities with Maui TV
the most valuable opportunity for any company or organization
seeking exposure of its community-support efforts is the value
of full-screen, exclusive identification of association with
Maui TV News, an effort dedicated
to educating and informing the people of Maui County. In other
words, your commercial. Ours is a show filled with positive
values, news and feature stories of lives, programs and events
that inform and inspire our audience. We produce - and follow
- stories that touch people’s lives, coming from all corners
of this splendidly beautiful place. Stories and issues that
matter - from education, to traffic, to the amazing variety
of cultural offerings of Maui County and Hawai'i.
TV News is not on “Public Access,”
and therefore not governed by rules covering Public Broadcasting.
Maui TV News is a high tech electronic
news gathering organization - not unlike the local broadcast
network affiliates that reach Maui from Honolulu via cable.
The big difference: Maui TV News
is all about Maui. That is the reason we make sponsorship
opportunities available on a limited basis, offering them
to those whom we feel are best qualified as potential “partners”
in our mission, before offering commercial time slots to the
general advertising community.
stars of Maui TV News are - of course
- the people, places and stories of Maui County. Our two-fold
mission: To inform and entertain; and, to inspire our viewers
to take advantage of the educational, civic, cultural, scientific,
literary and charitable opportunities offered on Maui. Maui
TV News airs when it is convenient for our viewers:
that is, 24/7 on demand access on television on News on Demand
and on the Internet at www.MauiTVNews.com.
Maui TV News crew of professional storytellers has
more than 60 years’ combined experience in network television
news reporting, regional and local television and radio news production,
print and photojournalism.
- The viewer/relational
philosophy of Maui TV News is simple
and basic: “Connect viewers with stories and topics in as
personal a way as possible.” Accordingly, we offer support
and sponsorship opportunities to meet specialized needs. In addition
to news and in-depth coverage of issues, Maui TV News
features sponsor-able segments highlighting and promoting upcoming
cultural and entertainment events, developing health and family
- The Maui
TV News team has devoted thousands of hours to the
behind-the-scenes work needed to get the story right, introducing
our viewers to people, events and creatures they may - otherwise
- never get to see in their lifetime, like tiny Hawksbill turtle
hatchlings and dancing baby Humpback whales.
- But Maui
TV News is far more than just “features.”
Our video crews have gone into waist-deep grass in East Maui looking
for the dangerous mosquito that carries dengue fever. We have
carefully chronicled the challenges of development in South and
West maui, and the future of transportation via the introduction
of the Hawaii Superferry to transportation options for the state
TV News also covers the cultural and historical
facets of our most unique community. We also keep an eye on Maui’s
future: our keiki. Strong ties to Hawaii’s past are necessary
to assure a future that keeps Hawai'i vital, and Maui
TV News devotes coverage to educational and cultural
developmental programs devoted to children.
summary, Maui TV News is the weekly, Maui
source for news, entertainment, information, creativity and education...all
packed into one program. There is no better story-telling vehicle
available to the people of Maui County than Maui TV
News. And it’s a vehicle that can feature your
business on television across Hawai'i on News on Demand
as well as across the globe at www.MauiTVNews.com.
TV News covers topics that matter to Maui
County. The mission of Maui TV News is
to highlight important issues, events, activities, developments
and opportunities that impact our citizens. We provide in-depth
coverage of critical issues that will determine the future of Maui
County including water, housing, transportation, power and education.
And, of course, there's Sports! on Maui TV News,
featuring highlights of everything from high school football and
track, to professional windsurfing, outrigger canoe racing, tennis
and much more. Plus, every week there is a rundown - with all the
details - of the major events, festivals, concerts and cultural
happenings covered on Coming
Attractions. Be sure to click to find out what's coming
to Maui this week.
invite and encourage your feedback. Please click one of the Feedback
links and give us your comments, suggestions or story ideas. If
you choose, you may also call us at Maui TV News
to provide your feedback. Jeff King,
Maui TV News Executive Producer and News Director,
can be reached at (808) 891-NEWS. Reach
our News Department via email here. We take your input very
here for a printable "media kit" version of this "About
Us" information regarding Maui TV News,
and our parent company, Island News Technologies, LLC,
a Qualified High Tech Business in Hawai'i, eligible for investor
tax incentives under Act 221/215, Hawai'i Revised Statutes.
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