Hawaii Magazine inspires travel to the Hawaiian Islands. Whether in the print magazine, in the digital magazine, on the website, or across any of Hawaii Magazines media platforms – this mission is the same.
Hawaii Magazine seeks to bring Hawaii’s beauty, places, culture, food, people and stories to life in a way that makes the visitors’ experience deeper, richer and more authentic.
Hawaii Magazine reaches Hawai‘i enthusiasts locally, nationally and internationally. With each bimonthly issue, Hawaii provides insight into how to experience the best the Islands have to offer. The magazine helps readers plan for new vacations and fondly remember past ones. Through our stories, readers experience Hawai‘i in more depth, gaining an understanding of history, culture and landscape.
Hawaii Magazine is primarily subscriber based. We have 68,000 total paid subscribers, verified circulation, and single copy sales at Barnes and Noble, Longs Drugs, Costco, Safeway, Foodland, Shoppers Drug Mart (Canada), key airport locations and other retail outlets throughout the Mainland and Hawaii.
Hawaii Magazine provides its more than 200,000 readers per issue with an intelligent and well-informed connection to the Islands. If you are planning a trip or simply reliving memories, Hawaii Magazine will remind you why Hawaii is the most extraordinary place on earth and why once it enters your heart, it never leaves.
Hawaii Magazine is much more than just a magazine – the brand extends across platforms to reach an engaged and responsive audience. Each of Hawaii Magazine platforms are strong in their own right, the numbers below speak for themselves. But when platforms are combined with a cross-media advertising plan, Hawaii Magazine becomes a uniquely powerful and cost-effective vehicle for your brand to engage with an unduplicated audience of more than 2 million Hawai‘i travelers.
1000 Bishop St., Suite 405, Honolulu, HI 96813
West Maui Taxpayers Association Candidates Night
Friday Oct. 24, 2014 at the Lahaina Civic Center
It is an honor and privilege for the West Maui Taxpayers Association (WMTA) to invite you to participate in the WMTA 2014 Candidates Night. The 2014 WMTA Candidates Night is on Friday, October 24, 2014, at the Lahaina Civic Center beginning at 5:00 PM with Registration & dinner service by local businesses and restaurants.
West Maui is a unique and vibrant community that provides employment opportunities and generates significant tax revenues for all levels of government. WMTA is also unique in that our mission is to promote efficient use of the taxes generated locally to invest in the infrastructure, services and amenities that help ensure that West Maui remains one of the best places to live, work and visit in the world.
The WMTA Candidates Night is the only forum of its kind in West Maui, and WMTA has been providing this forum for over 30 years. The tradition for the WMTA Candidates Night is to invite all Federal, State and County candidates appearing on the West Maui ballot to give West Maui voters an opportunity see the candidates up close and personal, while building awareness of West Maui issues. For those offices with both candidates attending, there will be an opportunity for each candidate to give an introductory statement followed by a question or two presented in a debate format. If only one candidate is present, or the office is not contested, the candidate will have an opportunity to introduce themselves to the voters with a short statement. This event will be broadcast live on Akaku Community TV, and recorded for re-broadcast as well.
As the WMTA Candidates Night is for West Maui voter education, we ask that any candidate attending please refrain from bringing a large contingent of supporters. No signs, banners or other campaign materials will be allowed inside the Civic Center, and all election activities must be conducted outside. Anyone displaying disruptive or disrespectful behavior will be asked to leave.
West Maui Tax Payers Association
P.O. Box 10338 Lahaina, HI 96761
FRIDAY OCTOBER 24th!
LAHAINA CIVIC CENTER
KITV.com is Hawaii’s source for breaking news, weather, sports and traffic updates with u local photos from across the state.
KITV 4 has long demonstrated its commitment to the people of the State of Hawaii in our island home through our local programming. The station also takes part in helping island residents by participating in the Aloha United Way and other community projects. The station strives to showcase the spirit and values of our unique multi-cultural communities. With that goal in mind, KITV 4 is dedicated to educate and inform our viewers about key island issues. By doing so, KITV 4 joins the community to celebrate the “Beautiful Mosaic” that is Hawaii.
801 South King St. Honolulu, HI 96813
Station: (808) 535-0400
Newsroom: (808) 536-9979
Click Here to visit www.KITV.com
No ka ‘oi means “the best”
Maui No Ka ‘Oi is the award-winning bimonthly magazine for people who love Maui. Each issue is a celebration—in photography, design and story—of the people and places, customs and cultures, events and activities that have earned Maui the title of Best Island in the World.
Six times a year, our print edition delivers a wealth of stories written with an insider’s perspective: outdoor adventures, the latest in island dining, explorations of native culture, profiles of exceptional individuals and businesses, and analysis of environmental and community concerns—including the hot-button issues on residents’ minds. Our special sections offer fun, must-have information on golf, destination weddings, island living and more.
Recognized by the Western Publishing Association as one of the best regional magazines west of the Mississippi, Maui No Ka ‘Oi appears in mailboxes and on newsstands throughout the United States, in seven foreign countries . . . and right here, any time you could use a little aloha.
Maui No Ka Oi Magazine
90 Central Ave, Wailuku, HI 96793
Maui Shark Attack – October 18, 2012
Maui resident Dave Peterson was attacked by an 8′-10′ shark while paddling his stand up board at Kanaha Beach. All North Shore Beaches were temporarily closed due to this incident. Stay tuned for more information!
On October 18, 2012 Maui Surfer and Board Shaper. Dave Peterson was on his stand up paddle in waters 300 yards off Kanaha Point in Kahului. Peterson was standing on his board and a shark swam up and knocked him off into the water, landing on the shark’s back. The shark then grabbed ahold of Peterson’s surfboard, digging it’s teeth into the board with aggression. Peterson then grabbed his paddle and began hitting the shark with it. The shark broke free from the board and swam toward Peterson. Pushing the shark away with his hands, Peterson then climbed back onto his board and the shark swam away. Teeth marks were left on the board, showing just how lucky Peterson was to get away without any injuries.
The Hawaii Production Index is part of Media Index Publishing’s signature line of media production publications that promote the film & video production communities of Hawaii
The Hawaii Production Index is the official annual guide to Hawaii’s vast resources that support the film, television and digital media industries. A who’s who of the Islands’ best production resources, the index is both a user-friendly print and online directory for thousands of prospective clients—local and national alike—searching for local film, video and audio resources. www.hawaiifilm.com
Hawaii Film & Video Magazine is the trade publication for the film, video and audio community in the Aloha State. This quarterly magazine, available in both a print and digital format, features the latest production news, information, and insights—written by industry pros, for industry pros. Now celebrating a decade in publication, Hawaii Film & Video continues to be a valuable resource for the local production community, and beyond. www.hawaiifilmandvideo.com
The index and accompanying magazine are produced, maintained, and distributed by Media Index Publishing, a longtime publisher of trades and directories for the production industry.
For more information contact:
Media Index Publishing
206-382-9220 ext. 27
1-800-332-1736 toll free
MauiTime is Maui’s Only Independent Locally Owned Newspaper bringing News, Culture, Music, Dining and Maui’s Most Comprehensive Calendar to island wide readers every Thursday.
Maui Time is a free alternative newspaper published weekly in the county of Maui, state of Hawaii. Maui Time was launched in 1997. It serves all of Maui, and is distributed every Thursday. The paper has remained independently owned and operated throughout its existence. Publisher Tommy Russo offers a rich island-wide combination of music, sports, art and community features, as well as Maui’s first true entertainment calendar.
33 N. Market St. Suite 201
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793
Phone: (808) 244-0777
Fax: (808) 244-0446
Maui Time provides insightful analysis and in depth reporting. We believe some issues are so important they require thoughtful consideration. We are not a “paper of record”—a daily journal of government meetings, ribbon-cuttings and corporate announcements. We decide what’s interesting and newsworthy and then do whatever investigation is necessary to get the story. We do not wait for official press releases to appear at the office before deciding what constitutes “news.”
We feel that even important stories need to be interesting and easy to read. All the work our reporters did will go to waste if no one reads them. For that reason we don’t write “inverted pyramid” stories where as much information as possible is jammed into the first, dry paragraphs. Indeed, even the Associated Press is now moving away from that, offering customers optional narrative leads for its important stories.
We write our features, essays and stories using all the color, dialogue and structure usually reserved for novelists. When possible, we also try to break away from traditional formats by incorporating interviews, quizzes and lists. We take our time when preparing stories so the writing crackles on the page. We want to intrigue, entrance and sometimes even infuriate our readers.
That means we’re often satirical, opinionated and sarcastic. Our voice is anything other than the bland omniscience that comes from daily newspapers. We don’t pretend to have all the answers, and we believe our readers are sophisticated enough to understand that.
We’re human beings just like our readers, with loves and hates, and we’re always honest about our biases. But we also look at our subjects fairly and honestly. There are more than two sides to every story, but when we feel something is right or wrong, we will not hesitate to say so.
MauiFM 102NINE (KLZY) is a bright and happy Radio Station in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Great music no one else plays. Unique weekly shows. Personal community approach.
Maui FM 102NINE’s side of blues, acoustic rock, and Hawaiian served with a main dish of classic and modern rock means a deeper and broader playlist than hit radio counterparts.
The musical diversity of Maui FM 102NINE is something today’s at-the-office listeners love, featuring singer/song- writers like Dave Matthews, Sass Jordan and Jack Johnson, alongside musical masters like Santana, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and Mark Knopfler.
The Hula Honeys Show
Our headline morning show is broadcasted weekdays from 7-10 featuring Robyn Kneubuhl and Ginger Johnson. Ukulele musicians, singers, hula dancers and story tellers, they serve up an eclectic musical palate that weaves locally inspired music with up-beat folk, light jazz and intelligent rock. Playing off of each other with affectionate wit, the show is warm and lighthearted as they share music and recipes, opinions and community events in a candid relaxed format. It’s almost like listening into a private conversation between wise-cracking best friends.
Monday: Music from around the world! Putumayo has a varied selection of global musical treasures.
Tuesday: Blues has influenced all of the great musicians of our time. Hear the best on Blues Deluxe.
Wednesday: Listeners around the globe tune in to hear from today’s great songwriting talent on Acoustic Cafe.
Thursday: Recorded live in Boulder, Colorado, Etown brings music and environment together.
Friday: One Love Music is a program dedicated to the best of Reggae.
MauiFM 102NINE – KLZY
3660 Baldwin Avenue – Makawao, HI 96768
HawaiiOnTV.com takes you on the street with “Maui Local” girl, Cyndi Mayo Davis. Cyndi shows you all the great places to visit on Maui. This week we’re visiting Paia Town, on Maui’s North Shore. Check it out!
Stay tuned for more “Maui Local” stories on things to do and places to see while visiting Maui. Beaches, Parks, Scenic Tours, Towns, Shopping, Acitivites and so much more!! Aloha!!