Programming




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Programming:

Music: Hawaiian Music. Defined as any music or chanting in Hawaiian language. Any music in the Hawaiian form and using Hawaiian instruments

ʻŌlelo: Instruction in Hawaiian language. Kupuna interviews. Air recordings of first language Hawaiian speakers. Read from books or archives on Hawaiian culture or beliefs. Hawaiian poetry and storytelling.

Hawaiian History: Programming that teaches or highlights Hawaiian History and East Maui History.

Community Calendar: Listing of Hawaiian cultural and community events. Hawaiian moon phases and tide calendar.

News: News relevant to Hawaiians. Connecting Statewide Hawaiian news events to those in East Maui.

Keiki: Programming by and for Hawaiian keiki and young adults

Underwriting: Thanks given to those who support the station through donations.

Station Identification: Hawaiian voices announcing the KOKO FM station identity and Mission.

Emergency Broadcasting

 

 

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