Podcasters based in Hawaii:
- Art Harris — Hawaii Political Watch
A weekly look at the political scene in Hawaii with Art Harris, founder of Hawaii Election Watch.
- Billy V — The Hawaiian Podcast
The latest in music, entertainment news and commentary from the Hawaiian Islands. Includes music in English and Olelo Hawaii.
- Bruce Fisher — Hawaii Vacation Connection
A Hawaii-based travel agent rants about Hawaii vacations, Hawaii vacation packages and just about anything having to do with travel to Hawaii.
- Burt Lum — Rough Take
Burt is a self described digital wonderer. He created a column called Bytemarks that ran for 6 years in the Honolulu Advertiser and has professionally been involved in the Hawaii tech scene for the last 20+ years. Bytemarks evolved into a blog, a moblog a Yahoo! Group… and now a podcast.
- Curt Brandao — DigitalSlob.com
Digital Slob Curt Brandao, Universal Press Syndicate’s weekly humor columnist, gives those on the cutting edge of lazy all the tools they need to advance in the 21st century with as little effort as possible.
- Danielle Tucker — The Golf Club Radio Show
Devoted to every part of the game of golf, and airs state-wide in Hawaii every Saturday morning.
- Dr. Trey & Jroq — DoctorTrey.com
A podcast dedicated to the Hawai’i music industry, it’s players and it’s fans. Dr. Trey and Jroq feature new music, interviews, news and reviews and more.
- Eric Timmer — AinaNet
A little podcast from Honolulu, Hawaii. Lots of stuff covered: music, news, tech, Japan, cars, rants, recommendations, etc.
- Evan Leong — Greater Good Radio
Interviews with the most successful entrepreneurs of our time and how their community involvement made it happen. Hear from real estate moguls, music producers, venture capitalists and much more. Non profit leaders share the entrepreneurial strategies they use to lower their reliance on fund raising. Evan also produces a personal behind-the-scenes podcast called “Evan’s Journal.”
- Gail — HawaiiDiner.com Podcasts
HawaiiDiner.com is an online food magazine for people in Hawaii who love to eat. Tune in for recipes, restaurant news, reviews and interviews.
- Jason Tag — The Arts Of Honolulu Podcast
A weekly podcast featuring news and information about the arts in Honolulu, Hawaii, hosted by Sound Designer Jason Tag. Each week Tag discusses what happening around town and interviews various artists from Honolulu, Hawaii.
- Jazzi — The Jazz Intersection Podcast
The Jazz Intersection was created with the “soul” purpose of preserving jazz, “America’s Classical Music.
- Joe Loschiavo — Big Island Hawaii Podcast
News and opinion from the Big Island, focusing on outdoor events (running, triathalons, biking, etc.) and social issues (how the Island is changing). An enhanced (M4A) podcast.
- Keola Donaghy — NahenaheNet
Hawaiian music and the local music scene with a veteran technologist and Hawaiian language and Polynesian music teacher with the College of Hawaiian Language at UH Hilo.
- LavaNet `Ohana Podcasts
Podcasts by LavaNet and friends. Staff biographies, Tech Tips, and Gamers’ Roundtable.
- Maleko & Flash — Room 301
Maleko does the afternoon drive radio show on Clear Channel’s Star 101.9FM in Honolulu. Flash is with Wave Waikiki Promotions and Pussycat Projects. “Provocative, funny, innovative and entertaining content. Hear exclusive music from local and unsigned acts.”
- Mitchell K. Dwyer — The Literate Loser
A life-long lover of literature and language explores book selections, with readings, reviews, and recommendations, and the occasional personal update or two. Mitchell also collaborates with a number of his friends to create “The Village Idiots Podcast.”
- Ms. Angel & Haboh — The So Very Show
Podcasts of a weekly (Thursdays from 9 p.m. to midnight) “global house” show on KTUH, the college radio station at UH-Manoa. From minimal acid to Chicago jackin’ and lots in between, the “So Very” show features beats infused with jazz, soul, R&B, disco, rock, and techno.
- Patrick Landeza — The Hawaiian Music World
Takes a behind the scenes look at “life on the road” with various Hawaiian musicians. Join Patrick as he prepares to launch these artists on his new mainland based Hawaiian music label, “Addison Street Records.” This show is beyond the Tiny Bubbles and Little Grass Shacks, so hold on tight and join the crew as they travel the world.
- “Pohaku” — JediTrainer.com
Pohaku is a spiritual coach in a shamanic belief system based on the ancient Polynesian system known as ‘Huna.’ He has been living in Hawaii, practicing the Huna way, for over 20 years.
- Roxanne Darling — Bizzycast
Podcasting for business produced with partner Shane Robinson. A web developer and ocean lover who is 51 or 37, depending on who’s asking, she also periodically posts personal podcasts at In The Transition.
- Ryan Kawailani Ozawa — HawaiiUP
Podcasting in paradise — a husband, father, and web geek in Hawaii shares music and musings, tackles the news, wanders around town, and talks about himself far more than is really neccessary.
- Scott Waters — MacHelp from Maui
Scott Waters, survivor of a happy marriage and a checkered career that has included Commercial Art, Music, Advertising, Sales, and too little time on sailboats. He grew up in the U.S. Air Force, worked for Apple, and is now a Mac and Internet consultant.
- Todd Cochrane — GeekNewsCentral
Todd Cochrane started Geek News Central in early 2002 and runs an Interactive BBS today at BBS Networks, which made the transition from Dial-Up to Internet based and is devoted to high quality message conferences and shareware/freeware files. His day job is Aviation Electronics Technician for the U.S. Navy, where he has served for over 18 years.
- V. Brown & J. Plummer — 808Talk
Two guys talking about events, happenings, and pretty much everything that is going on in Hawaii or, as they like to call it, “The 808 State.”
Carl Weisbrod — The Weisbrod Digest
A psychotherapist and author with experience in the practice of hypnotism and who has written and worked with lifestyle problems that lead to chronic degenerative disorders.
Podcasters with links to Hawaii:
- Aloha Joe — Aloha Radio Network
A Hawaiian radio personality and Hawaiian music producer who has produced the “The Aloha Joe Radio Show” since 1994. He has written, created and produced television programming for all the major networks as producer, director, choreographer, writer, announcer and performer.
- AlohaWorks Hawaiian Music Podcast
“Bringing Island to you with real Hawaiian island style of kine of music.” Based in Las Vegas, and webcasting for over seven years.
- Andrew — Exit 50
A people profiling podcast. Andrew, “the cynical stockbroker” in Dallas, lived in Hawaii for over a decade, and the island spirit never left him. “Exit 50″ refers to the 50th state.
- Dick — Be My Guest
Dick spent four years on Kauai running a vacation rental business and operating an Internet Hut with some groovy friends. (He since retired those businesses and is now shuttling between New York City and the Sierra Nevadas.) For two years Dick broadcast “Sleep Walking,” an early morning dreamy eclectic program on KKCR community radio. Says Dick, “I hope to Podcast some programs around my love and accumulation of new and quirky music.”
- Michelle — THAWTS
A pop culture-obsessed wannabe writer, gamer, geek, dork, and fangirl in Lafayette, California. A Maryknoll High School graduate (’93) who holds an English degree from UH-Manoa and has vague dreams of becoming the next J. K. Rowling.
- Piko — HawaiianConcertGuide.com
The original bi-weekly podcast featuring Hawaiian artists performing off-island and around the mainland.
- Siena & Toast — MakenaMusic.com
Two Hawaii girls talk about being gay, Asian-American, their music, relationship, cats, and conniptions.
- Vic — Vegas Vic’s Tiki Lounge
A weekly podcast featuring Exotica, Instrumental Surf, and vintage, vinyl-only Hapa Haole and Hawaiian music. Vic explores the history and origins of the music, the artists, and even offers an occasional cocktail recipe. Vic travels frequently to Hawaii and throughout Polynesia, and has been broadcasting tiki tunes online at Live365.com for almost three years.
Other Podcast Content:
- Noe Tanigawa — HPR Arts & Culture
Ryan Ozawa’s unofficial “fan-blog” of Noe Tanigawa’s excellent HPR segments on local arts and culture. This site merely wraps the official MP3s on the HPR site into a podcasting-friendly feed.
- Chad Blair — HPR Politics
Ryan Ozawa’s unofficial “fan-blog” of Chad Blair’s excellent HPR segments on local politics. This site merely wraps the official MP3s on the HPR site into a podcasting-friendly feed.
- Beth-Ann Kozlovich — HPR Town Square
Larry Geller’s “fan-blog” of the Hawaii Public Radio talk show. This site merely wraps the official MP3s on the HPR site into a podcasting-friendly feed.
- Shane Robinson — None Of This Matters
A 38-year-old programmer and web developer who lives in Kailua with partner Roxanne Darling and their black lab, Lexi. They also produce the Bare Feet Studios BizzyCast, a business-focused podcast. [No recent podcasts.]
- Peter Kay — VoteHawaii.Com
A voice familiar to many locals jumps into podcasting with a local political commentary show and weblog. [On sabbatical as of Nov. 14, 2005]
- Sunny Hills — Sunny Thoughts
Daily podcast of positive thinking. Daily MP3 audio affirmations by Sunny Hills, Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, Maui, Hawaii. [Last podcast July 29, 2005]