NewsRadio 830 KHVH

Hawaii's News Leader

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KHVH (830 AM), branded as "News Radio 830", is a News/Talk radio station serving Honolulu, HI. The station is currently owned by iHeartMedia.


  • Address: 650 Iwilei Road #400, Honolulu, HI 96817
  • Phone number: 808-550-9200 / 808-521-8383
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Reviews (4)

Dustin Furuhashi 2024-02-04 04:58 AM

I've been listening to KHVH 830 am for about 17 years. Now I can't receive the station on my pocket radio or car radio. I live in Hawaii kai. I get no signal at all.
What happened?

Inez Brunson 2024-02-01 06:17 AM

Okay. I found the way to listen to KHVH 830 online. Nice to be able to hear it on on my phone. But it's really inconvenient to not be able to get it on my car radio. Are you phasing out antennae reception? Booo! I'll tell my friend about the new way, but she'll be more put out because she'll be forced to learn how to use her smart phone more. Has the general public been notified of changes? Not everyone has the ability to cope.

Inez Brunson 2024-02-01 05:49 AM

I used to enjoy listening to Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Rick Hamada, Joe Pags and others while driving. Why is there so much static ruining am830 both the the car radio and the radio inside my house? I recently found KHVH on Spectrum cable ch. 881, but I can't listen away from the tv at home in Waianae. I transport family in my car to and from work and school daily. I used to listen all day while working at home. Now there are just maybe a couple of good shows on other stations. My friend who lives in Pearl City also gets nothing but static. I wish we could get the station online. Then we could listen to our cell phones.

Lynne Mayeda 2024-01-20 12:00 PM

I used to be a faithful listener of " Coast to Coast", the Rick Hamada Show (especially Wednesdays with the Mayor) and occasionally Rowan Youngs ahow but recently there is so much static I can't bear to listen anymore. I live in Kaneohe near Castle High and wondered what has changed.

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