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The Honolulu Advertiser

Posted on: Wednesday, August 18, 2004


Advertiser Staff

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• The frequency 105.9-FM (KAHA) on the radio dial will remain a classic rock station. The call letters, however, have changed to KPOI. KPOI's former frequency, 97.5, is now talk radio. KPOI's format was unclear in a Local News story yesterday.

• NBC Universal had obtained a commitment to use the Hawai'i Film Studio ahead of the other networks, including Fox, for its "Hawaii" series. NBC Universal could have held the facility pending word on the status of its series, but allowed Fox to use the studio because Fox's "North Shore" had been cleared to air. A Business story in on Monday omitted NBC Universal’s action.

• Uncle Keola Beamer was the master of ceremonies Saturday for the Ka Himeni Ana contest at the Hawai'i Theatre. An Island Life story on Saturday about the contest was a picture of Keola Beamer, his nephew.