KNAN (106.7 FM) is a radio station that is licensed to Nanakuli, Hawaii, United States, and serving the Honolulu area. The station is currently owned by Big D Consulting, Inc.[1][2]

Nanakuli, Hawaii
Broadcast areaHonolulu, Hawaii
Frequency106.7 MHz
FormatHot AC
OwnerBig D Consulting, Inc.
Technical information
Facility ID165992
ERP1,850 watts
HAAT645 meters
Transmitter coordinates
21°24′05″N 158°5′53″W / 21.40139°N 158.09806°W / 21.40139; -158.09806

The station signed on in June 2009 and is testing out a Classic Hits format for the time being until its official format is unveiled. Also, the station uses a cell tower to broadcast its signal while it looks for a studio and facilities. According to Will Kemp, whose Kemp Communications is a part-owner of KNAN, the future format will not be another Top 40 or Rhythmic outlet, which had been speculated because Kemp owns Rhythmic KVEG/Las Vegas, Nevada and there were rumors that a fourth Rhythmic would join the fray. "It's [meaning the new format] going to stay a secret," Kemp said.[3]


  1. ^ "KNAN Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "KNAN Station Information Profile". Arbitron.
  3. ^ "Iron hot - Ad 2 Honolulu strikes another victory" From Honolulu Star-Bulletin (June 5, 2009)

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