Happy 40th anniversary to Territorial Airwaves, which launched the Hawaiian Music Archives Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit corporation, to facilitate the process of preparing the vast Territorial Airwaves collection to be a valuable research resource for generations. Mahalo.
About the show: Hosted by 3rd generation Hawaiian radio personality Harry B. Soria, Jr., and now in its 40th year, Territorial Airwaves is the first of its kind, the longest continuously running radio show in the Hawaiian Islands, and the longest running Hawaiian radio show in the world. Territorial Airwaves was honored with the Na Hoku Hanohano Lifetime Achievement Award via the Krash Kealoha Industry Award, on October 15, 2017. In addition to recordings of Territorial Airwaves programs, the site contains extensive audio excerpts, photos and displays devoted to the preservation and perpetuation of traditional Hawaiian music, embracing the steel guitar, ukulele, hula, falsetto and harmony, chant and mele, traditional and hapa haole, with new exhibits added regularly. Your total access to Hawaiian Music History. We also offer the universally recognized premier authority in authentic historical commentary, liner notes, and curatorial expertise, provided by a kama’aina broadcaster – born, raised, and living in Hawaii Nei.
For those flying Hawaiian Airlines,Territorial Airwaves is available as an In-Flight Show.