Radio 102.7 Da Bomb (KDDB)

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KDDB (102.7 FM) is a Rhythmic Top 40 station licensed to Waipahu, Hawaii and serves the Honolulu radio market. The Ohana Broadcast Company, LLC station is known as "102.7 Da Bomb". It is currently one of four Rhythmic Top 40 outlets in Hawaii, and one of two Rhythmic Top 40 outlets in the Honolulu market, the competition being KPHW Power 104.3.The station debuted in 1990 as Country outlet KDEO. But by 1991, it would flip to an eclectic freeform format as "Radio Free Hawai'i", which proved to be popular with listeners, who would vote via ballot ... See more

Waipahu FM|102.7
+1808-947-1500
1000 Bishop Street Honolulu, HI 96813
last update
[2023-10-07 18:27:48]
KDDB (102.7 FM) is a Rhythmic Top 40 station licensed to Waipahu, Hawaii and serves the Honolulu radio market. The Ohana Broadcast Company, LLC station is known as "102.7 Da Bomb". It is currently one of four Rhythmic Top 40 outlets in Hawaii, and one of two Rhythmic Top 40 outlets in the Honolulu market, the competition being KPHW Power 104.3.The station debuted in 1990 as Country outlet KDEO. But by 1991, it would flip to an eclectic freeform format as "Radio Free Hawai'i", which proved to be popular with listeners, who would vote via ballot boxes in various locations across O'ahu and Maui and via their website. These votes were compiled into the Hawaiian Island Music Report (Hawaiian Island Charts). Due to the FCC relaxing it's rules on local frequency ownership, the frequency was sold in March, 1997. Loew Broadcasting, the owner of the frequency, based on recommendations from a mainland consulting firm, had changed the format to classic rock for about six months from 1994-1995. This format was not popular and Radio Free Hawai'i returned to the air.By 1997, new owners would drop the format for Adult R&B as "Cool 102.7". However it didn't attract listeners or ratings, and in 1998 it returned to Country as KKHN, "Double K Country".In 2000, that format would go away (again) when the owners moved KQMQ's Rhythmic Top 40 format to the frequency and was relaunched as "Da Bomb". The station is currently owned by Ohana Broadcasting and programmed under direction of Ohana Director of Programming Rick Thomas.
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