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East Hawai?i Update 10.14.16

The Kulani Cone transmitter has been turned on and the new frequency for HPR-1, which is co-located on this tower, is now operating at low power. While we continue to test the HPR-1 signal, Hawai?i island residents can now also find their HPR-1 programming on 89.1 FM. Even at low power, the signal is much stronger than the original one (at 91.1) broadcasting from Mountain View.

Once the FCC completes its approvals for the new KANO (HPR-1) signal, we will be able to turn on the new KAHU (HPR-2) channel on 91.3 FM.

HPR-2 in East Hawai?i is right around the corner!

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