Hilo: Communications

Newspapers and Magazines

The Hawaii Tribune-Herald is Hilo's daily morning paper.

Television and Radio

No network television stations broadcast from Hilo, but all major networks are available for viewing from Hilo via programming from neighboring Oahu. Hawaiian Cable-vision system offers a wide selection of programming. The city is served by four AM and three FM radio stations.

Media Information: Hawaii Tribune-Herald, 355 Kinoole Street, Box 767, Hilo, HI 96721; telephone (808)935-6621; fax (808)969-9100

Hilo Online

Destination Hilo. Available www.destinationhilo.org

Downtown Improvement Association. Available www.down townhilo.com

Hawaii County Home Page. Available www.hawaii-county.com

Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. Available dlir.state.hi.us

Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce. Available www.hicc.biz

Hawaii Tribune-Herald. Available www.hawaiitribuneherald.com/index.html

Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau. Available www.gohawaii.com/bigisland

Hilo Public Library. Available www.librarieshawaii.org/locations/hawaii/hilo.htm

State Department of Education School Reports (individual schools). Available doe.k12.hi.us/reports.htm

State of Hawaii. Available www.hawaii.gov

Selected Bibliography

Ball, Pamela, Lava: A Novel (New York: Henry Holt, 1998)