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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / 2016
Sanford Inouye, president and CEO of Olelo, stands in the control room. If Charter Communications has its way on Feb. 6, Olelo won’t be there. “Olelo’s channels will be buried in an electronic graveyard known as digital Siberia somewhere up in the 180s in the cable boondocks where nobody goes, in low definition,” writes Jay April, president and CEO of Akaku Maui Community Television, sister stations of Olelo serving 53,000 cable subscribers in Maui County.