Inside HPR

Serving the state of Hawaii on two program streams.

The mission of Hawaii Public Radio is to educate, inform and entertain by providing services to Hawaii, the nation and the international community that would not otherwise be available.
The goal of Hawaii Public Radio is to provide two superb public radio program streams to the entire state. We are growing closer to this goal with the establishment of two boosters on Oahu’s North Shore, which are serving not only the people of the North Shore but also south and eastern Kaua‘i. KHPR, the fine arts and classical music stream, is heard on KKUA on Maui and KANO on Hawaii Island. KIPO, the news, information and world musics stream known as HPR-2, is now also heard on KIPM on Maui, plus KIPH in Hana, and HPR-2 is now heard on the West Side of Hawaii Island via KHPH 88.7 Kailua-Kona, which went on the air Feb. 14, 2013. 
The HPR Transmitter
site at Pu`u Ohia
Fine Arts and Classical Music (HPR-1)
News, Information, Jazz and Blues (HPR-2)
KHPR 88.1 Honolulu (Oahu and Kaua‘i)
K203EL 88.5 (serving parts of East O'ahu)
KKUA 90.7 Wailuku (Maui) heard on Maui, Moloka‘i, Lana‘i & West Hawai‘i
KANO 91.1 Hilo (Hawai‘i Island)
K234AN 94.7 Waimea (Hawai‘i Island)
K269GD 101.7 Moloa'a (Kaua'i)

KIPH 88.3  Hana (Maui)
KHPH 88.7 
Kailua-Kona (Hawai'i Island)
KIPO 89.3 Honolulu (Oahu and Kaua‘i)
KIPM 89.7 Waikapu (Maui) heard on Maui, Moloka’i, Lana’i and West Hawai’i
KIPL 89.9 Lihue (Kauai)
KAHU 91.7 Pahala (Hawai'i Island)