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HPR Stations Back At Full Volume

HPR News Release

On August 8, the relocated Hawaii Public Radio (HPR) transmitters on Haleakala were converted to full power.

Station fans in terrain-shielded parts of Molokai and Maui, who have been experiencing compromised reception when tuning in to KKUA 90.7 (HPR-1 News) and KIPM 89.7 (HPR-2 Classical) can now enjoy clear, strong signals again.

HPR embarked on this project not only to improve the quality of our service to your island, but in anticipation of energy savings to the station.

The relocation has not been easy — from the necessity of custom fabricated parts on the East Coast to recent road closures to the Haleakala summit — but throughout this process, you have been extraordinarily patient and understanding.

Mahalo to all the Molokai listeners for sticking with HPR. Happy listening!

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