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From paperboy to publisher, Will McGough does it all for his monthly travel publication that he distributes around Oahu.
Answers, with evidence, should be provided to the American people at presidential press conferences, not more pointless fluff.
Hawaii News Now eliminated its nightly sports segment, reflecting dramatic changes in how audiences get their news.
Our media environment is dangerously under the umbrella of consolidated and under-regulated powers.
The islands’ biggest media outlet has been a conspicuous no show in the Society of Professional Journalists’ annual competition.
Objective, straight-shooting media organizations must do everything they can to differentiate themselves from the Breitbarts of the world.
More pressure from citizens is essential to stopping local and federal governments from conducting the public’s business in secret.
We’d all benefit if elected officials had less contempt for government transparency.
Citizens of Hawaii should demand more transparency of their taxpayer-funded investments.
Key questions should be asked before withholding someone’s name: Is the information worth it? Does the source truly need protection?
Reporters are your proxy, working on your behalf to understand issues and deliver the answers to you.
Podcasts are becoming increasingly sophisticated and reaching a growing audience, estimated at 57 million listeners monthly.