Weekends are a special time for Hawaii talk radio, with a variety of programs dedicated to money, health, golf, real estate, home improvement and technology. Syndicated weekend shows such as The Kim Komando Show, The Weekend with Michael Brown and The Mark Moss Show are broadcasted, as well as repeats of weekday shows. KHVH is part of the Las Vegas Raiders radio network and each hour begins with an update from Fox News Radio. In 1986, KIKI 830 became a classic hits station while the most popular radio format was moved to its sister FM station, the former KMAI-FM.
It became KIKI-FM, known as I94 (now co-owned by 93.9 The Beat). From 1986 to 1990, KIKI added one more year of music to its repertoire each year; for example, in 1987 it played music from the 1950s and 1960s, and in 1988 it added music from the 1970s. Buck grew up and was educated in Honolulu, Hawaii and for more than 53 years (starting in January 2001) he has dedicated himself to television and radio broadcasting, some of which took place outside of Hawaii, in Australia, Alaska and on the mainland United States. Hawaii talk radio is a great way to stay informed about the latest news and events in the state. Whether you're looking for financial advice or just want to hear some classic hits from the past, there's something for everyone. With so many different programs available on the airwaves, it's easy to find something that suits your interests.
So tune in and enjoy!.