CareerChangers.TV is a monthly half-hour show that airs daily on Spectrum OC16. It’s about people who have changed jobs to pursue their dreams, and businesses that help others find their calling. We also do stories on unusual occupations, new companies, startups, and education or training programs.

WHEN TO WATCH...

 

With OC16 On Demand, you can now see Career Changers TV anytime! Just tune to Channel 14/high def 1014 and select the episode you want. Below is our normal daily schedule on Channel 12/high def 1012 and Channel 16/1016 in some areas, subject to change for high school sports. You can also find past shows on OC16's website by clicking here.

 

SCHEDULE

 

New episodes premiere the

first Wednesday of each month.

 

Mondays 8:00 am

Tuesdays 5:00 am & 4:30 pm

Wednesdays 9:00 pm

Thursdays 3:00 am

Fridays 5:30 pm & 11:30 pm

Saturdays 11:30 am & 8:30 pm

Sundays 2:30 am & 2:00 pm



ON THIS MONTH'S PROGRAM...

 

• We'll take you to Velocity Honolulu -- there's a lot more than luxury cars as you'll see in our tour!

 

• You'll meet Master Chef Maurizio Roberti, the Italian/Aussie general manager of Italica Bar and Cafe at Velocity. He also just opened the upscale Le Radici restaurant on the second floor there. Here's that link.

 

• Plus, Mele Apana shares her personal story of how she got into the radio biz, and why the Waimea Valley Summer Concerts she now produces holds a special place in her heart.

 

• You can also see videos from past and current episodes on the Career Changers TV YouTube Channel, which now has over 2.5 million views! Click here to browse by categories.

 

FOR ADVERTISERS AND SPONSORS

 

Career Changers TV is a half-hour show geared to people in Hawaii who are looking to make a career change, or want to start their own business. As part of Spectrum OC16’s homegrown family of programs, it can be seen daily at different times by over 300,000 households state-wide, plus thousands of online viewers.

 

When we started in 2010 during the recession, our show’s focus was on employment opportunities and education programs that prepare students for jobs in demand. But as the economy improved and more people became interested in launching startups, we expanded our content to include TV magazine-style features on local success stories, who provide practical advice and inspiration for a diverse audience.

 

If your market is local kine folks who channel surf, “advertorial” or “infotainment” type stories are a great alternative to 30-second commercials that get lost in the shuffle of network channel ads. Honestly, does anyone sit through three or four minutes of commercials and remember what they saw?

 

To find out more, contact Rich Figel at (808) 262-5073 or email him at richfigel@gmail.com

 

Get Local and National Publicity

 

Many stories we’ve aired have gotten follow-up media coverage in Hawaii publications and nationally-broadcast TV shows seen on the Food Network, Discovery Channel, History Channel and Travel Channel. People we’ve profiled have later been featured in cover stories and articles in Pacific Business News, Honolulu Magazine and the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

 

In short, appearing on Career Changers TV is like having a video press release that thousands of viewers will see each day on television. Business leaders, entrepreneurs and notable personalities who have been on our show include:

 

  • Henk Rogers, Tetris tycoon/Blue Planet Foundation/Blue Startups
  • Michael Tam, Martin & MacArthur CEO
  • Richard Pezzulo, Waimea Valley Executive Director
  • Kent Untermann, Pictures Plus Founder and CEO
  • Dr. Rob Yonover, inventor, appeared on Shark Tank
  • Kini Zamora, Fashion Designer/Project Runway Finalist
  • Lee Anne Wong, Top Chef contestant/Restaurant owner
  • Camille’s On Wheels food truck, appeared on Guy Fieri’s Food Network show
  • Reno Henriques, Fresh Catch owner, also appeared on Guy’s show
  • The Pig & The Lady, before the restaurant opened in Chinatown
  • Lopaka Kapanui, Master Storyteller, ghost tour guide
  • Loretta Ables Sayre, Tony Award-nominated performer/singer
  • Seed Restaurant story picked up by Huffington Post
  • Mermaid Kariel feature got over 1 million views
  • 808HALT Human Trafficking Project helped change laws in Hawaii

 

And that’s just a sampling from over 500 segments we’ve produced in the past seven years. Check out our YouTube Channel to see more examples and categories you or your company might fit into…

CONTACT CAREER CHANGERS

808-262-5073

 

©2018 Career Changers TV

Mahalo ...

WHEN TO WATCH...

 

With OC16 On Demand, you can now see Career Changers TV anytime! Just tune to Channel 14/high def 1014 and select the episode you want. Below is our normal daily schedule on Channel 12/high def 1012 and Channel 16/1016 in some areas, subject to change for high school sports. You can also find past shows on OC16's website by clicking here.

 

SCHEDULE

 

New episodes premiere the

first Wednesday of each month.

 

Mondays 8:00 am

Tuesdays 5:00 am & 4:30 pm

Wednesdays 9:00 pm

Thursdays 3:00 am

Fridays 5:30 pm & 11:30 pm

Saturdays 11:30 am & 8:30 pm

Sundays 2:30 am & 2:00 pm



ON THIS MONTH'S PROGRAM...

 

• We'll take you to Velocity Honolulu -- there's a lot more than luxury cars as you'll see in our tour!

 

• You'll meet Master Chef Maurizio Roberti, the Italian/Aussie general manager of Italica Bar and Cafe at Velocity. He also just opened the upscale Le Radici restaurant on the second floor there. Here's that link.

 

• Plus, Mele Apana shares her personal story of how she got into the radio biz, and why the Waimea Valley Summer Concerts she now produces holds a special place in her heart.

 

• You can also see videos from past and current episodes on the Career Changers TV YouTube Channel, which now has over 2.5 million views! Click here to browse by categories.

 

FOR ADVERTISERS AND SPONSORS

 

Career Changers TV is a half-hour show geared to people in Hawaii who are looking to make a career change, or want to start their own business. As part of Spectrum OC16’s homegrown family of programs, it can be seen daily at different times by over 300,000 households state-wide, plus thousands of online viewers.

 

When we started in 2010 during the recession, our show’s focus was on employment opportunities and education programs that prepare students for jobs in demand. But as the economy improved and more people became interested in launching startups, we expanded our content to include TV magazine-style features on local success stories, who provide practical advice and inspiration for a diverse audience.

 

If your market is local kine folks who channel surf, “advertorial” or “infotainment” type stories are a great alternative to 30-second commercials that get lost in the shuffle of network channel ads. Honestly, does anyone sit through three or four minutes of commercials and remember what they saw?

 

To find out more, contact Rich Figel at (808) 262-5073 or email him at richfigel@gmail.com

 

Get Local and National Publicity

 

Many stories we’ve aired have gotten follow-up media coverage in Hawaii publications and nationally-broadcast TV shows seen on the Food Network, Discovery Channel, History Channel and Travel Channel. People we’ve profiled have later been featured in cover stories and articles in Pacific Business News, Honolulu Magazine and the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

 

In short, appearing on Career Changers TV is like having a video press release that thousands of viewers will see each day on television. Business leaders, entrepreneurs and notable personalities who have been on our show include:

 

  • Henk Rogers, Tetris tycoon/Blue Planet Foundation/Blue Startups
  • Michael Tam, Martin & MacArthur CEO
  • Richard Pezzulo, Waimea Valley Executive Director
  • Kent Untermann, Pictures Plus Founder and CEO
  • Dr. Rob Yonover, inventor, appeared on Shark Tank
  • Kini Zamora, Fashion Designer/Project Runway Finalist
  • Lee Anne Wong, Top Chef contestant/Restaurant owner
  • Camille’s On Wheels food truck, appeared on Guy Fieri’s Food Network show
  • Reno Henriques, Fresh Catch owner, also appeared on Guy’s show
  • The Pig & The Lady, before the restaurant opened in Chinatown
  • Lopaka Kapanui, Master Storyteller, ghost tour guide
  • Loretta Ables Sayre, Tony Award-nominated performer/singer
  • Seed Restaurant story picked up by Huffington Post
  • Mermaid Kariel feature got over 1 million views
  • 808HALT Human Trafficking Project helped change laws in Hawaii

 

And that’s just a sampling from over 500 segments we’ve produced in the past seven years. Check out our YouTube Channel to see more examples and categories you or your company might fit into…