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CityHonolulu, Hawaii
Branding"Hawaii Public Radio"
Frequency89.3 MHz
First air date1989
FormatClassical music
ERP38,500 watts
HAAT514 meters (1,686 ft)
Facility ID26440
Transmitter coordinates21°20′12″N 157°49′3″W / 21.33667°N 157.81750°W / 21.33667; -157.81750Coordinates: 21°20′12″N 157°49′3″W / 21.33667°N 157.81750°W / 21.33667; -157.81750
Callsign meaningKIP Oahu
OwnerHawaii Public Radio
(Hawaii Public Radio, Inc.)
Sister stationsKIPH, KIPM

KIPO (89.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to Honolulu, Hawaii. The station is owned by Hawaii Public Radio, and airs HPR's classical music programming. KIPO programming is simulcast on sister stations KIPM and KIPH.[1]

On February 14, 2017 KIPO changed their format from HPR's news, talk and jazz service to HPR's classical music service, as part of Hawaii Public Radio's realignment of its program services.[2]


  1. ^ "KIPO Program Listings". Hawaii Public Radio. Retrieved March 15, 2012.
  2. ^ Hawaii Public Radio Realignment

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