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Star of ‘Brian Keith Show’ insisted it be produced here

Last month’s death of Hollywood producer Garry Marshall brought back memories of the many hit television shows and movies he created or directed: “Happy Days,” “Laverne & Shirley,” “Mork & Mindy,” “Pretty Woman” and “The Princess Diaries.” Read more

Sevey was top TV newsman during his years with KGMB

Thirty long years have passed since television journalist Bob Sevey bid his final aloha to island news viewers. With Sevey at the helm, KGMB News had become the most watched local television news station. This month we look back at Sevey and his career. Read more

Groundbreaking broadcasts were the domain of Berger

Fifty years ago KHVH, which is now KITV, became the first local television station in the islands to receive a live satellite feed from the mainland, during the broadcast of the Notre Dame-Michigan State football game. Read more

Veteran sportscaster adds new book to storied career

Veteran broadcaster Mel Proctor is calling University of Hawaii baseball games for a second straight season. Proctor’s career has been filled with calling NBA Finals, World Series and some of baseball’s historic moments. Read more

PBS Hawaii set to celebrate half-century of broadcasting

PBS Hawaii signed on the air 50 years ago this week. The station that has entertained multiple generations of island residents with programs from “Sesame Street” to “Downton Abbey” is the subject of this month’s “Looking Back.” Read more

McCoy remembered in isles for fine broadcasting voice

During the 1950s and 1960s, variety shows were popular on the mainland as well as here in the islands. Television and radio personality Jack McCoy had shows on local stations throughout the 1960s. This month we look back at McCoy’s career and his television shows. Read more

Entertainer helped promote Hawaiian language, culture

Napua Stevens was known for her singing, dancing, writing and Hawaiian-language expertise. She also was a fixture on island television for several decades. This month we look back on Stevens. Read more


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