Media Conglomeration in Hawaii; "From Shorts to Features" Workshop; Women Mastermind Maui
Thursday, October 2nd – from HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Less than 24 hours ago, word came that newspaper magnate David Black was adding two more dailies to his Hawaii stable. Black’s Oahu Publishing Inc. announced it is purchasing the Hawaii Tribune-Herald and West Oahu Today. They’ll join Kauai's Garden Island newspaper acquired last year and flagship composite paper, The Honolulu Star Advertiser, which was created when Black’s group purchased the Honolulu Advertiser from Gannett four years ago. Media watcher and Hawaii Pacific University professor, John Hart, joined the show with a look at how this latest Hawaii newspaper consolidation fits into the national context.
Intro Music: Burnin' It Down (Jason Aldean COVER) by Platinum Instrumental
Outro Music: Mark of the Unnamed by The Budos Band
Destin Daniel Cretton is the director of “Short Term 12,” a feature-length film that focuses on the employees of a center for at-risk teenagers. The original short version will be given a free showing tonight at UH-Manoa’s Art Auditorium at 7 p.m. Destin Daniel Cretton will also lead an upcoming weekend Pacific New Media workshop called “From Shorts to Features.”
Intro Music: Mark of the Unnamed by The Budos Band
Outro Music: As The Little Things Go by The Appleseed Cast
It takes moxie to become an entrepreneur, along with a variety of skills that can’t always be contained in one person – that’s why savvy business leaders turn to one another for support as they struggle to expand their operations. Danielle Miller knows from experience what kind of mutual support women entrepreneurs can give one another and that’s why she is convening Miller Media Mastermind, a weekly support group of independent professionals.
Intro Music: Na-na by Go Jimmy Go
Outro Music: High Tide or Low Tide by Paula Fuga