Latest edition of PacWest Magazine, The TV Show, airs on OC16 in Hawai‘i Feb. 19

Wayne Coito HONOLULU – The winter season of PacWest Magazine, The Television Show, continues on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 7 p.m. HAST on OC16 in Honolulu.

Wayne Coito, the producer of PacWest TV, and Commissioner Bob Hogue, co-host the program as they take a look at the people and places around the Pacific West Conference.

This week’s show will feature a story on Kelly Hardeman, the standout women’s basketball player from Azusa Pacific University who is coached by her uncle, TJ Hardeman, the head coach of the cougars. Both player and coach talk about their family ties and their journey to Azusa Pacific.

Men’s basketball highlights are featured throughout this week’s show. Highlights of the BYU-Hawaii men’s basketball contest vs. Holy Names will include interviews with Seasider Head Coach Ken Wagner, along with BYU-Hawaii players BJ Ford and DeAndre Medlock.

Russ Pennell, the head men’s basketball coach at Grand Canyon, along with Braylon Pickrel join PacWest Magazine, The TV Show, to talk about their season and review highlights of the Antelopes’ game at Point Loma.

The show also will revisit the Maui Invitational as Chaminade takes on powerful Illinois. Head Coach Eric Bovaird and senior De’Andre Haskins join the program to talk about the event.

PacWest Magazine, The TV Show, will debut a new Art U athletics commercial produced by women's basketball player Jessica Nolan.

In addition to its debut on Feb. 19, PacWest Magazine, The Television Show will air on OC16 at other times during the week. Please consult the station’s website for an up-to-date show

PacWest Magazine, The Television Show is available online at and will be available on PacWest TV on YouTube after its debut on OC16. 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, by phone at 480-983-6605, or by e-mail at