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Teritorial Airwaves ID Liner - Keaumiki Akui

Farden Keaumiki Akui, aka: Keaumiki Akui, was the central figure of KCCN 1420 AM Station Aloha, after the departure of Krash Kealoha, Kimo Kahoano, and the Honolulu Skylark.
Keaumiki joined show founder Harry B. Soria, Jr. and served as co-host of the "Territorial Airwaves" radio show from 1986 through 1999.
Harry B. & Keaumiki became known as the "Territorial Boys".


Released on: 06-20-2007






Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Honolulu Skylark

Jaqueline Leilani Rosetti, aka: "Honolulu Skylark" became one of the most popular disc jockeys on Hawaiian radio, through the 1970s and 1980s.
As the original co-host of the "Territorial Airwaves" radio show on 1420 AM KCCN, she nutured both the show's concept and mentored the show's founder and co-host, Harry B. Soria, Jr.


Released on: 06-20-2007






Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Kimo Kahoano

Kimo Kahoano is another Hawaiian radio veteran who has been active in the medium for nearly 40 years, beginning with the campus radio station at Kamehameha Schools. Kimo was a core member of 1420 AM KCCN. Today, he is known for his numerous activities in addition to radio, including acting as the voice of the Merrie Monarch Hula Festival for 25 years, and the cohost of the "Hawaii Stars" TV series for over a decade.

Released on: 06-20-2007






Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Krash Kealoha

Victor Opiopio got his chance to become a disc jockey and work with the legendary Lucky Luck on the Hawaiian Station, KCCN 1420 AM. On his 1st day following Lucky, Victor scampered up the stairs to the treehouse studio in the International Market Place in Waikiki. But Victor slipped and tumbled down the stairs, and the sound went over Lucky's open mike. Lucky quipped, "Here comes Krash Kealoha". And from that moment on, Krash Kealoha became one of Hawaiian radios most endeared DJs. Krash is credited with creating the Hoku Awards in 1977. We caught up to him at the 30th anniversary of the Hokus in 2007.

Released on: 06-20-2007






Territorial Airwaves ID Liner - Barry Flanagan

Barry Flanagan of the group, HAPA, was backstage at the 2007 Hoku Awards. Both he and Harry B. were waiting their ques as award category presenters.

Released on: 06-20-2007





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