Lahaina Broadcasting Company puts KPOA Radio 93.5 FM on the air. It is Lahaina's first radio station and Hawaii's first Hawaiian Music FM station. Station is founded by Ed Johnson, George Paoa and Chuck Gardiner.
Richard "Chuck" Bergson and family purchase stock in LBC and Chuck Bergson becomes President/GM of Lahaina Broadcasting Company and KPOA.
Lahaina Broadcasting Company granted license to upgrade KPOA signal power from 3,000 to 6,000 watts. (Class A to Class B License)
Lahaina Broadcasting Company granted license upgrade to 25,000 watts. (Class C-3 expanding coverage area)
KPOA wins Kahili Award presented by the Hawaiian Visitors Bureau to the businessess that do the most to "Keep it Hawaiian"
KPOA installs State of the Art Digital Automation/Editing System to provide superior sound and program quality.
Lahaina Broadcasting Company expands KPOA coverage to virtually all of Maui with the addition of 92.7 FM.
Lahaina Broadcasting Company purchases KLHI 101.1 FM and introduces Maui's Good Time Oldies station.
Lahaina Broadcasting Company granted license for booster to expand KLHI coverage provided for west Maui via 101.1 FM.
Lahaina Broadcasting Company acquires Maui Radio Group. Consisting of stations KMVI AM, KMUI FM, KNUI AM and KNUI FM.
Lahaina Broadcasting Company changes its name to Pacific Radio Group.
Pacific Radio Group acquires Mavrick Media with stations - KKBG FM, KLEO FM, KKOA FM and KHLO AM.
Pacific Radio Group sells KKOA FM.
Pacific Radio Group acquires, Big Island Radio with stations - KAPA FM, KAGB FM, KPVS FM, KLUA FM and KKON AM.
Pacific Radio Group installs translators to provide additional coverage to West Maui on stations KPOA at 92.9, KJKS at 99.3, KLHI at 101.7 and KJMD at 107.3 FM.
Pacific Radio Group launches new Island Music format "Native FM." Native has quickly become a dominant brand in the Hawaiian Music world.
Pacific Radio Group brings the Native brand to Maui launching Native 92.5.
"Hawaii Guide Me" is launched, becoming Hawaii's first iPhone app providing dynamic information on Food, Nightlife, Activities, Shopping, Events, Lodging, sights/beaches and coupons with exclusive offers.
MauiNow.com launched creating Maui's online news and information hub.
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