Voice of the South Pacific is an island radio station based in the city of Seattle, Washington. We give a platform to the voices of those who have migrated from the South Pacific islands. We broadcast the latest news of what is taking place within our community and beyond. We share essential information,   Tune in every day from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. PST live on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. 


Radio Tonga was set up by the Tongan and Pacific Islands community in Seattle, Washington on December 1st of 1998. Throughout the years, Radio Tonga did live broadcast through multiple radio stations ending with KKNW AM 1150 in Bellvue, Washinton. 


Today, we broadcast news, information, employment opportunities, messages from various faith organizations, featured guest government structure, community service, important health advisory,  and traditional music.


One of our top priorities is our children and youth. We look to promote higher education by providing resources and tools for the upcoming generation. We also commit services to help natives from the South Pacific with translation services, documents for hospitals, and courts. Voice of South Pacific Broadcast looks to empower women and give a platform for those involved in sports.


In the meantime, we are working with King County Public Health broadcasting vital information about COVID-19. 

Image by Gene Jeter


We'd like to introduce you to our team! We are open to doing appearances.

To schedule an interview please contact us. We'd love to hear from you!


CEO OF VOS Pacific and Executive Producer

Sylvia Aho

Currently works as a community organizer and an international broadcaster with PMN-Tonga Radio 531PI.com since 1999.


Executive Program Director

Latu Hu'akau

CEO of Helping Hands (Haukinima) to lend/give help to serve others in the community.


Seini Puloka

Co-Host and Program Producer