Who we are
Big Island Video News serves the entire Hawaii Island. Our goal is to supply residents and visitors with video news, updated regularly.
If you live on Hawaii Island, you can see our daily cable news program, airing on Na Leo o Hawaii public access TV on Oceanic Time Warner Cable television (5:00 p.m. on Channel 54 and again on 9:30 p.m. on Channel 53). You can see the shows streamed online at naleo.tv.
Although our news coverage can be seen all over the world thanks to the internet, we remain focused on the County of Hawaii, and state issues that impact the residents of the Big Island. This website hopes to serve as a hub for visitor input, whether it be video comments, video submissions, or embedded local content from other video sites. Most of what you see here will be original content, produced by Big Island Video News.
The site is operated by news videographer Dave Corrigan, who previously worked for over a decade as “Chief Photog” for the NBC network affiliate in Atlantic City, NJ. The voice of Big Island Video News is long-time Hilo resident Stephanie Salazar.
If you see a video and you would like to have a copy on DVD or other digital media, please email us at email@example.com
Sometimes, Big Island Video News may use footage from another source in the spirit of cooperation. It is important to note the producer of the video shown. If the video has been produced by another news organization, than Big Island Video News is not the copyright owner of the video. Inquiries should be directed to the original producer of the video.
Video seen on Big Island Video News may, on occasion, be seen on other news broadcasts or websites. We would like to remind you that the handling of the video by other news entities is not the responsibility of Big Island Video News, and any editorial expressed by such news entities do not necessarily reflect those of Big Island Video News. This site will only share video for broadcast with reputable and/or established media entities to ensure ethical usage.
Getting Video News coverage for your event
The best approach is to send the information, including the important where and when, to the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our best to make it out.