Ka Hui Ho'olauna, (The Social Group) is a TV show written, hosted and produced by UH Journalism Students from the School of Communications.
This is the second show of the pilot season that aired on KFVE Dec. 11, 2011. Featuring updates about tuition hikes, what's being done with ancient bones found under burial sites, and a talk story session with UH Chancellor Virginia Hinshaw.
JOUR 401 Student Anchors: Jake Camarillo and Heather Gillette. Reporter: Kristin Reichold.
Plus a creative short film "Brotherhood" by UH School of Communication students: Sherwin Acidera and Antonio Agosto. Presented by UH Academy for Creative Media.
Executive Producer: Bernadette Baraquio
Professor: Gerald Kato
Instructor: Randy Ennis
Director: Don Kozono
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