Newspapers and Magazines
The Hawaii Tribune-Herald is Hilo's daily morning paper.
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
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
Ball, Pamela, Lava: A Novel (New York: Henry Holt, 1998)