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KINE-FM
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City of license Honolulu, Hawaii
Broadcast area Honolulu, Hawaii
Branding "Hawaiian 105"
Frequency 105.1 (MHz)
First air date 1990
Format Traditional Hawaiian
ERP 100,000 watts horiz
81,000 watts vert
HAAT 599 meters
Class C
Facility ID 34553
Callsign meaning "Da Kine"
Owner Cox Radio
Webcast Listen Live
Website hawaiian105.com

KINE-FM, "Hawaiian 105," is a Traditional Hawaiian music station based in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Cox Radio outlet broadcasts at 105.1 MHz with an ERP of 100 kW.

History

The station signed on the air with a Classic Hits format as "The Fox" in 1990, switching to a Traditional Hawaiian format in 1992 to compete against KCCN-FM. The station was later purchased by then KCCN-FM owner B.J. Glascock and would become their sister station in 1993, Original On-Air staff members Sam Kapu (Morning Show 6am-10am), Dukie D (Program Director and afternoon drive 3pm-7pm), Charly Espina, PJ the DJ (12am-6am), Bruddah Wade(producer for Sam Kapu and weekend jock), Lisa D (7pm-12am, older sister to PJ the DJ) and others.

Programming

Notable personalities on KINE include Billy V (Morning Personality since 2006), Sam Kapu, Jr., Randy Hudnall, Bruddah Wade, Brickwood Galuteria, Frank B. Shaner,Ola Souza and Sistah Sherry.

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