Since March 2009, Sinclair Library has been digitizing many of its older videos, focusing on those in the Hawaiian and Pacific collections. Digitized videos are now available online via links in the Voyager catalog. Learn more.
The East-West Center, based in Honolulu and Washington, D.C., was established by Congress in 1960 to promote dialogue and cooperative research between the US, Asia, and the Pacific. They have publicly available videos on various topics.
ʻŌiwi TV - Native Hawaiian television station. Streams
ʻAhaʻi ʻŌlelo Ola - Hawaiian Language news (subtitled in English)
Indigenous Insight - International indigenous news magazine featuring themes and topics relevant to indigenous communities. Produced in partnership with the World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Network
Nä Maka o ka ʻÄina - Award winning Native Hawaiian filmmakers.
ʻÄina ʻŌiwi - Hawaiian language cartoon produced by the ʻAha Pünana Leo Hawai
O 'oe e Kalaninuimehameha e hea aku ana i ka 'iwa kīlou moku lā e komo… 'Ano'ai ke aloha! Welcome to the Ka'iwakīloumoku Virtual Archive – a multi-media haven for online cultural learning. Here you’ll find videos, snapshots, articles, recipes, interviews, profiles of Hawaiian elders, and more.