KTUH FM announces new Windward frequencyUniversity of Hawaiʻi
November marks another milestone for KTUH, Hawaii's Only Alternative, the University of Hawaii's student run radio station, as they begin broadcasting on its new Windward translator at 89.9 FM. This will enable KTUH to reach an even larger audience on Windward Oahu. In celebration, KTUHwill have a special night at Indigo on Friday, November 11th.
KTUH FM broadcasts at 90.3 FM in Honolulu and 91.3 FM on the North Shore via their translator on Mt Ka'ala. In addition, KTUH also broadcasts worldwide online at ktuh.org, and via Oceanic Digital Cable Channel 843.
"The staff and management of KTUH are extremely excited and proud of our new translator and our ability to broadcast to our Windward fans," said Justin Quezon, KTUH general manager.
In celebration of the new frequency of 89.9 Windward, KTUH will host a special party at Indigo, located at 11 21 Nu'uanu Avenue in the heart of Downtown Honolulu. This event will feature the talents of more than 15 KTUH deejays spinning hip hop, soul, funk, reggae, dancehall, Latin, lounge, house,drum and bassland more from 9PM ti1 2 AM on Friday November 11.
Also featured will be live bands and emcees. KTUH invites everyone to join in the festivities as they continue their mission as "Hawaiils Only Alternative," bringing Hawai'i the best student-run college radio station possible.
About KTUH FM
KTUH FM is a completely student-run radio station on the UH Manoa campus. The station has been broadcasting for over 35 years since its inception as a 10-watt campus only station in 1969. Today KTUH broadcasts at 3,000 watts from its studios in Hemenway Hall. Over the years, KTUH has been at the forefront of providing alternative radio programming for the people of Hawaii. Its programs represent the tastes and views of a broadcross-section of the community and run the gamut from rock to hip hop,jazz to Hawaiian, and reggae to its infamous "freeform" shows, which deliver music from every genre imaginable. KTUH is also the proud home of Monday Night Live which showcases local bands on Monday evenings playing live in the studio. As "Hawaiils Only Alternative," KTUH strives to bring something different to people and to always be on the cutting edge inexposing the listening audience to sounds new, unusual, and previously undiscovered. For more information about KTUH FM, visit www.ktuh.org.
For more information, visit: http://www.ktuh.org