Punavision is the award-winning monthly half-hour video newsjournalism magazine exploring the topics, people and events of Punahou School. Produced since 1984, it is the longest continuously-running program of its kind in the nation.
April 2013 Episode This month's episode of Punavision features: a look at 4th grade teacher Kris Schwengel's approach to teaching math, a behind-the-ballot box visit to the Academy student council elections, a story on the wheel throwing program in the art department, a survey of Academy students as they talk about the hardest class they've taken at Punahou, and a trip to Alexander Field as the intermediate track team learns to pole vault.
Live Broadcasts Punavision airs on local community television station Olelo's "Oahu" Channel 55 every Saturday at 1 p.m., and the third Sunday of each month at 8 p.m. on Olelo's "Views" Channel 54.
About Punavision Beginning as a class offering in the 1980s, Punavision is now considered a club, relying on the assistance of dedicated students. Each Punavision episode is unique, giving interested students the opportunity to voluntarily produce their own segments for each half-hour show. Student-producers work independently and in conjunction with the Video Production staff to refine their segments. Student-hosts are also a part of each episode and are directed by student-producers.