The Career Lecture Brown Bag series is a monthly event hosted by Puʻuhonua from the Faculty of Education. This event was created to celebrate the success of Native Hawaiians in various professions and to demonstrate that they can excel in any field. The Web Marketing Association's annual WebAward competition is a renowned event that has been setting the standard of excellence for website development since 1997. It is an international competition where independent expert judges review websites from 96 sectors and recognize the best ones with a WebAward. This award helps interactive professionals promote their work, companies, and themselves to the outside world. The WebAward competition is the premier award recognition program for web developers and advertising agencies. Hawaii Talk Radio is proud to promote these two events, as they are both great opportunities for Native Hawaiians and web professionals alike.
The Career Lecture Brown Bag series provides an opportunity for Native Hawaiians to showcase their success in various fields, while the WebAward competition gives web professionals a chance to gain recognition for their work. Hawaii Talk Radio also promotes other events throughout the year, such as the Hawaii International Film Festival, which celebrates films from around the world. The festival also features workshops and seminars on filmmaking and other related topics. Additionally, Hawaii Talk Radio promotes the Honolulu Marathon, which is one of the largest marathons in the world.
Hawaii Talk Radio is committed to promoting events that are beneficial to both Native Hawaiians and web professionals. By doing so, they are helping to create a vibrant and diverse community in Hawaii.