Wiley named program director of Shaka 103.1 FM

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Ron Wiley has been named program director of Shaka 103.1 FM, KSHK.

Hawaii-based Pacific Media Group, owner of Kong Radio Group on Kauai, announced the selection of Ron Wiley as program director of Shaka 103.1 FM, KSHK.

“I am very happy and am proud of the great service to Kauai fans of classic rock on Shaka over the past 12-plus years,” Wiley said. “Our Shaka air personalities have a long-time love of our home and the people of Kauai, as well as the rock music they play.”

Wiley has served as music director of Shaka for the last two years and will continue his morning radio show on sister station Kong (KQNG), FM 93.5.

“Ron is a radio legend who fully understands the magic of local radio,” said Pacific Media Group President and CEO Chuck Bergson.

Shaka air personalities Marc Valentin and Wilma Lee both have been with the KONG Radio Group for more than 25 years. Jobe Allen is a 25-year resident of Kauai and has been with the Kong group of radio stations for more than five years.

“We love the Shaka music! We all have made the commitment to continue to serve our Shaka loyal listeners and classic-rock fans here on Kauai,” said Wiley. “Classic-rock music lives on Kauai on Shaka, and we will continue to make sure Kauai folks get all the rock they need 24 hours a day, seven days a week on Shaka FM 103.1.”

Pacific Media Group is a Hawaii-based media company with offices in Kahului, Hilo, Kona and Lihue. It purchased Kong Radio Group from Ohana Broadcast Company LLC earlier this year.

  1. Zach Martin January 28, 2019 1:11 am Reply

    Congratulations! Shaka is a great Station, and it was my privilege to be part of the line up. I wish you many years of success!

    1. RonWiley January 28, 2019 7:10 pm Reply

      Mahalo. We will keep rock ALIVE on Kaua’i … 😉

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