Economy Takes Toll on Hawaii Radio Stations… Jobs Cut

You know the economy is tanking when they are laying off radio station employees.

Radio is one of the earliest formats of media!

Cox Radio Hawaii, which owns and operates six radio stations in the state, has cut a handful of jobs and consolidated its sales and advertising departments.

Vice President and General Manager Mike Kelly told PBN that four employees were laid off this week, which included three entry-level positions and one manager, in an effort to streamline operations in light of the economic downturn…

…Cox Radio Hawaii owns and operates Power 104.3 KPHW-FM, KCCN-FM 100, Hawaiian 105 KINE-FM, Krater 96 KRTR-FM/AM, and KKNE-AM…

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