Digital Media Resources:

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Digital Media Services

Want to take a Digital Media class?  Want to video a newscast at the anchor desk?  Need to use a green screen?  Want to figure out how the teleprompter works?  Or just need help with your media project?  Come visit us in the basement of Midkiff and we can answer all of these questions and more!

Video Courses

We offer introductory Video 1 as well as advanced Video 2, Video 3, and Studio Production classes as well as a joint Speech/Digital Media Broadcast Journalism course.  Our award winning program provides haumāna with hands-on experiences and project based learning through internships, field trips and access to professional equipment.  

Video 1 introduces students to a variety of media and the overall creative process to gain insight into basic production. In Video 2 & 3, haumāna build on their foundation and explore digital mo’olelo and empowering their voice to share their stories.  As students advance, they gain independence to choose and manage their own projects.

Puka Mai Ka Lā

Our students produce the High Schoolʻs daily news broadcast, Puka Mai Ka Lā.  Working behind the scenes as well as in front of the camera, our students gain credit through the Studio Production and Broadcast Journalism courses.  In Studio Production, students work together as a crew to produce Puka Mai Ka Lā.  They make the creative decisions in designing the set and show format as well as directing and taping the show.  They also brainstorm and produce Game Shows and segments as content for Puka Mai Ka Lā.

Broadcast Journalism is a class for those who want to report the news as anchors for Puka Mai Ka Lā.  Students gain real life experience as a journalist while producing news packages out in the field as well as reading from the teleprompter in the studio.  This is a joint course offered by the Speech Department in which students receive an Upper Level Speech credit.

Studio/Video Help

If you need help, come visit us.  We provide assistance to all haumāna.  Our experienced Kumu can assist you with getting your ideas off the ground and provide guidance through the production process. 

Kumu, we are here to support you too!  If you plan to integrate a multi-media project into your curriculum, contact us!  We provide assistance with project design and planning, digital media instruction, studio facility tours/usage, and assessment guidance.  We hope to take away some of your stress and raise the quality of your students’ projects.  

We are just a click away.  Click on the Digital Media Reservation button and we will contact you.  We look forward to collaborating with you on your next project!

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Leah Kihara
Leah Kihara
Digital Media Instructor
lekihara@ksbe.edu
808.842.8622
Christian Mosher
Christian Mosher
Digital Media Instructor
chmosher@ksbe.edu
808.843.3464
Will Nakao
Will Nakao
Digital Media Technician
winakao@ksbe.edu
808.843.3398