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Junior Achievement - Mano Tank 2017
NEW! Nā Leo Tv's Crime Stoppers
2017 Wayfinding Festival
BIIF: Road to the Championship
Hawaii No E Ka Oi: 9 - Big Brothers, Big Sisters
Aupuni Connections: Ep. 6 - Representative San Buenaventura
Audrey Wilson's Cooking Show
Rapid Ohia Death
Okinawan Day Camp
Hui Kako`o Concert Series - Maluhia
2017 HCC Car Show
Tanabata Star Festival
Island Heritage Gallery at Lyman Museum
Wailoa Art Center 50th Anniversary
Hawai'i No E Ka 'Oi - The Arc Of Kona
Nā Leo On The Go: Episode 2
Big Island Safety - Rat Lung Worm Disease
Hawai'i Island Conversations - TMT
BLNR Oral Argument - TMT Contested Case - Afternoon Session
BLNR Oral Argument - TMT Contested Case - Morning Session
Emergency Broadcast/Channel 55
In times of emergency or natural disasters on our Big Island of Hawaii, stay tuned to this channel for Hawaii County Civil Defense emergency updates.
Updates can also be viewed on Channel 55 of Time Warner Oceanic Cable on the Big Island.
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Aupuni Connections with Representative Joy San BuenaventuraOctober 26, 2017
BIIF Division II Football ChampionshipOctober 23, 2017
Nā Leo ‘O Hawaiʻi (NLOH) DBA- Nā Leo TV (NLTV) is one of four independent PEG (Public, Education, Government) entities in the State of Hawaiʻi, which has responsibility for providing such services for the Island of Hawaiʻi. Financing for public access is provided through a portion of the franchise fees collected from cable subscribers in each respective County in Hawaiʻi. The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA), through the Cable TV Division, handles the regulatory oversight for the PEG franchises in Hawaiʻi.
NLOH is a nonprofit 501(c) 3, which is governed by a nine member Board of Directors. Board members are non-compensated and are representatives of various identified stakeholders throughout the Island of Hawaiʻi.
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