HPR Program Realignment - February 14, 2017
HPR-1 News, talk, entertainment; jazz, blues, world music
- HPR-2 Your home for classical music
With the completion of the East Hawaiʻi transmitter project, HPR is finally able to fulfill its founding mission of providing two discrete program streams to the entire state. Everything you need to know about the February 14th realignment in the links below.
Introduction to the Realignment
A letter from HPR General Manager José A. Fajardo
"Sunrise on Hawaii News Now" interview
Air times for each of our news/talk, classical or non-classical music, and entertainment programs starting on February 14
Find the frequencies for the stations in your area
Top 10 questions and our answers
Listener Comments Form
Ask us other questions; tell us what you think about the realignment
Get updates on programming and events. Stay close to your station!
Give us a call at (808) 955-8821, during business hours.
We'll be happy to help you find your program and/or take other questions/comments.
Hawaiʻi Public Radio has unveiled a new and improved smartphone app which coincides with the HPR Program Realignment. The new platform offers live streaming of both HPR-1 and HPR-2, as well as on-demand content. Listeners can also share local news stories or NPR content, find program schedules, even make donations to the station. Search for it on the App Store (iOS devices) or Google Play (Android) under "hpr." The app is free to download. See FAQs about our mobile app.