Tanabata Star Festival

Subaru Telescope and the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Hawaii present the 4th Annual Tanabata Festival. This festival is inspired by the story of Orihime and Hikoboshi (the stars of Vega and Altair, respectively) — two deities who were separated from each other by the Milky Way and could only be united once a year. Festivities include the … Read More

Eileen O’Hara Aupuni Connections

On Aupuni Connections, Councilwoman Eileen O’Hara highlights the issue of Rapid Ohia Death and the Ohia Love Fest planned for August 27th with Councilmember O’Hara’s guest Corie Yanger, Extension Specialist with the Cooperative Extension of the UHM College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resource (CTAHR). Councilmember O’Hara also talks about the SNAP program and the Double Bucks events at the … Read More

Nā Leo TV’s Crime Stoppers

Tune into the first “Nā Leo TV’s Crime Stopper’s” @ 5:00 p.m. on Channel 53 and on our livestream on July 14, 2017. Hear the Police Report, the Prosecutor’s Report, find out who are currently “Hawai’i Island’s Most Wanted,” and more. Special thanks to the Hawaii Police Department, Prosecutor Mitch Roth, and Hilo’s Crime Stoppers Inc. for their help and … Read More

‘Ike Pono

Tune in for the debut of a brand new program called “ʻIke Pono,” a show dedicated to the many feel-good stories throughout the deepest pockets of our island community. In this segment, we visited with three unique individuals with some heartwarming and inspiring stories. We interviewed a local 8th-grader who competed in a major rodeo competition on the mainland, we … Read More

Aupuni Connections

Catch a brand new program called “Nā Leo TV’s Aupuni Connections.” This new show is tailored toward our elected officials as an additional avenue to take our government to its people. Watch the debut program featuring Senator Russell Ruderman and his special guest Graham Ellis to discuss the overarching issue of Immigration. You can find this program on our video … Read More

June 2017 Newsletter

Find out the latest news and happenings here at the Big Island’s premiere public access television station. Read our newsletter here (opens a new tab in your browser) and if you love it, be sure to subscribe.

Island Heritage Gallery at Lyman Museum

The Lyman Museum Island Heritage Gallery closed on June 1, 2017. The museum will construct a completely new gallery that will use museum artifacts and images that will tell the story of Hawaii Island and its people. This video captures the Island Heritage Gallery as it was. Find air dates for “Island Heritage Gallery at Lyman Museum” below or watch … Read More

Wailoa Center 50th Anniversary

Catch our program on the Wailoa Center’s 50th Anniversary. They presented the new Piʻopiʻo mural and ethnobotanical garden and announced the winners of the current Imagine Fine Art Expo. Currently airing on our channels, or watch it now on our video on demand.

2017 Taiko Festival

Here are the air dates for “2017 Taiko Festival,” which featured Japanese and Okinawan cultural drumming performances at the UHH Performing Arts Center. Watch it on our channels (Spectrum Channels 53 and 54), our internet livestream, or watch it now on video on demand.

Hawai’i Nō E Ka ‘Oi : Arc of Kona

Find out more about local non-profit The Arc of Kona on our most recent episode of Hawai’i Nō E Ka ‘Oi. Watch it now on our Video on Demand by clicking here, or find airdates for our channels & livestreams below.

Nā Leo On the Go: Episode 2

On the second episode of Nā Leo on the Go, be sure to watch as our very own Stacy Higa interviews the Miyose sisters about their late father, Anthony Takeishi Miyose, who was known as “The Mango Man.” Stacy also had the privilege to interview Kelina Kiyoko Keʻanoʻilehua Tiffany Eldredge and her Kumus, Lono Padilla and Robert Ke’ano Ka’upu IV of Hālau Hiʻiakaināmakalehua, … Read More

Sneak Peek

Stay tuned to NLTV to hear how hard-work and dedication earned Caithlynn Rae Cabral-Ahsing, an eighth grader from Waiakea Intermediate School, a position on the Hawaiʻi National Junior High Rodeo team. She will travel with fellow teammates to Tennessee to compete in the 13th Annual National Junior High Finals Rodeo being held from June 18-24, 2017. This story will air … Read More

The Beat Goes On

Watch “The Beat Goes On: A Song and Dance” concert, which was presented by Kona Dance and Performing Arts in partnership with Aloha Performing Arts Company on June 3rd, 2017. Some upcoming air dates are below, or watch on Video on Demand:

Stay Tuned

Stay tuned to hear the back story of Charlene Cockett, who took a complete tragedy and turned it into an opportunity of inspiration and love.


NLTV is now airing a beautiful Office of Hawaiian Affairs documentary, “Nā Hulu Lehua: The Royal Cloak and Helmet of Kalaniʻōpuʻu.” Learn about the importance of high chief Kalaniʻōpuʻu, his mea kapu, and what partnerships allowed his priceless garments to be returned to Hawai’i. Also, hear what people had to say after seeing the film at the Palace Theater. Watch … Read More