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PBS Hawaii Moves To New Home

In May 2016, PBS Hawaii moved into their new home. This new building showcases over 50 years of work the station has offered to the local community, along with new spaces for children and adults to learn. Below you'll see photos of the new studio, learning spaces and team collaboration areas.

To learn more about PBS Hawaii's new home, read PBS Hawaii President and CEO Leslie Wilcox's letter and video here.


The Reception Area is the first stop for all who enter PBS Hawaii’s New Home. It features a monkeypod desk, hand-crafted by Kauai woodworker,
Dean Mayer. (above)



The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Multimedia Studio is where most of PBS Hawaii’s live and recorded productions will be produced. (above)


In PBS Hawaii’s Keiki Neighborhood, the youngest guests can play, read, take pictures with their favorite PBS friends, and look down into the station's studio.(right)