Live — on tape

May 29th, 2012
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KITV will air a recording of Tuesday’s forum with U.S. Rep. Mazie Hirono and former congressman Ed Case in the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate on a digital channel Tuesday night and rebroadcast it on the network on Saturday afternoon.

Tonight’s broadcast of the Hawaii Lodging and Tourism Association forum is on MeTV Digital 126 at 7 p.m. and Saturday’s is on KITV at 4 p.m.

Case had complained that Hirono would not agree to any debates sponsored by the commercial television networks. The congresswoman has agreed to a televised debate on PBS Hawaii on June 14.

2 Responses to “Live — on tape”

  1. Goober:

    “Live — on tape”? Does this mean the debate can be edited and voices dubbed before live broadcasting? Why not just use English subtitles?

    I don’t have digital TV, so there is a chance taping may be edited to suit the needs of the candidate. Hope they lip sync without looking like a “Chinese martial arts” Movie.
    Mouth moves but no words come out. “Right”.


  2. GoodOlBoy:

    Will the KITV 4pm Saturday broadcast edit out the clear debate winner, John Carroll, and make sure as many mentions of Lingle by Heckel and Jeckel get in?


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