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Business Description
KNDI Radio a very special radio station because we broadcast in twelve ethnic languages. We specialize in Filipino programming. Our programming includes radio hosts from the Marshall Islands to Hong Kong, from Laos to Manila, Samoan, Tongan, Marhshellese, Pohnpei, and Chuukese. In addition KNDI also serves up an interesting mix of "specialty programming" including religious programs, immigration programs, attorneys, doctors & health products. For a complete listing of our Specialty programs click here. For nearly forty years we have been able to reach such a large and diverse ethnic mix. The owners of KNDI are themselves immigrants, and they understand the special needs of immigrants communities of Hawaii. Our Ccmmitment to the community and ethnic diversity sets us apart from any other radio station in Hawaii, and perhaps the entire country. Businesses leaders and dignitaries have visited our radio station simply because of KNDI's unique mixture of cultural voices to get out their messages.
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Regular Hours

Sat - SunClosed

Payment method
cash, check, financing available, amex, discover, master card, visa
Our radio station is streaming live, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:
Mccully - Moiliili
Chinese, Spanish, Tagalog, Tongan, Vietnamese
Hawaii Filipino Press Club
Radio Stations & Broadcast Companies, Advertising-Broadcast & Film
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes


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Ate Vi's hour from 11:00 to 12:00

Ate Vi I never knew that there is a time that Tagalog are spoken most of the time on your time. I always hear is Ilocano. Now that I am semi retired I tried to listen to KNDI even it is mostly IIocano then wow I heard you. Now everyday I listen to your time I love the music that you played and how you read those letters and your short prayer. Keep up the good work. Oh tell those people that even they are Ilocano or Visayan they are also considere Filipino, not only the Tagalog. I have heard so many times when they are ask if they are Pilipino they will answer no I am Ilocano or Visaya. If they are ask are you Tagalog then they can say no I am Ilocano or Visaya. Also tell them that Tagalog is the national dialect of the Phillippines.

Myrna of Honolulu

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