HPU’s Kelly Balanay, GCU’s Stevie Gill highlight PacWest Magazine, The Television Show
HONOLULU, HI – The third installment of PacWest Magazine, The Television Show, will premier on OC-16 in Honolulu this Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 8 p.m. HST.
Commissioner Bob Hogue, co-host Malia Smith, and reporter Wayne Coito take a look at the people and places around the Pacific West Conference.
This wee k’s show features a visit with Stevie Gill, the head women’s soccer coach at Grand Canyon, along with San Diego native and Hawai‘i Pacific star volleyball player Kelly Balanay.
The show also takes a highlight tour around the conference of men's and women's soccer matches, including games involving Chaminade, Academy of Art, NDNU, Hawai‘i Hilo, and Dixie State.
A special video from Dixie State, a look at the Preseason All-PacWest basketball teams and predicted order of finish, and another story from the PacWest Magazine vault round out a terrific program.
In addition to the Tuesday night premier, the show is rebroadcast on OC-16 on the following days at the following HST times:
- Wednesdays - 2 a.m. & 4:30 p.m.
- Thursdays - 5 a.m. & 1:30 p.m.
- Fridays - 10 p.m.
- Saturdays – 4 a.m. & 1 p.m.
PacWest Magazine, The Television Show, is written and produced by Bob Hogue and Wayne Coito with video work by Barry Markowitz and studio production provided by BYU-Hawaii.
The weekly show airs through early December and returns in February and March for its winter edition. The show also will be available online at http://www.oc16.tv/shows/57 or can be found through the PacWest website at www.thepacwest.com.
PacWest Magazine, The Television Show, is available to air on cable TV outlets and public access stations throughout the Western United States and Hawai‘i. To receive a free copy of the program for airing on your local cable system, public access channel, or closed circuit system, please contact Tom Di Camillo, assistant commissioner for media relations, at 480-983-6605, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. The show has previously aired in Arizona, Utah and California.