KKEA

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KKEA
City of license Honolulu, Hawaii
Broadcast area Honolulu, Hawaii
Branding ESPN 1420
Slogan "The Fan's Voice"
Frequency 1420 (kHz)
First air date November 1, 1966
Format Sports Talk and University of Hawaii Play by Play
Power 5,000 watts fulltime
Class B
Facility ID 34551
Callsign meaning ESPN RAdio
Affiliations ESPN Radio Westwood One Sports USA Radio Network
Owner Blow Up LLC
Webcast Listen Live
Website espn1420am.com

KKEA (1420 AM) is a radio station located in Honolulu, Hawaii. The station was formerly owned by Cox Radio and offers the ESPN Radio sports talk format, broadcasting at 1420 kHz with ERP of 5 kW. The station is currently owned and operated by the Blow Up LLC and is being marketed as ESPN 1420. It also transmits on Oceanic Time Warner Cable digital channel 884 for the entire state of Hawaii.[1]

History[edit]

Prior to its flip to sports in 2003, KKEA was originally KCCN and had offered a Hawaiian format. Cox would later move the format over to sister station KKNE after they acquired the station.

Programs[edit]

Bobby Curren Show, The Sports Animals, Josh Pacheco Show, 1420 Golf

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Coordinates: 21°19′26″N 157°52′47″W / 21.32389°N 157.87972°W / 21.32389; -157.87972