Time in Hawaii


Hawaii is located in the Hawaii–Aleutian Time Zone[1] (HST; UTC−10:00) and does not observe daylight saving time.[2] Hawaii adopted HST in 1947, switching from UTC−10:30, which it had used since 1896.[3][4]

Effects of standard time on television broadcasting


Most cable providers in Hawaii carry the west coast feed of television networks, though since Hawaii doesn't use daylight saving time, all programs air three hours earlier than what they were advertised as for a majority of the year. Even when the rest of the country is on standard time, programs air two hours earlier. So from November to March, programs advertised as airing at 8:00 really air at 6:00 in Hawaii. And from March to November, a program advertised as airing at 8:00 will air at 5:00.

IANA time zone database


The zone for Hawaii as given by zone.tab of the IANA time zone database. Columns marked * are from the zone.tab.

c.c.* coordinates* TZ* comments* UTC offset UTC offset DST Note
US+211825−1575130Pacific/HonoluluHawaii−10:00−10:00

See also


References


  1. These 15 U.S. states have more than one time zone, 5 February 2020. USA Today. Retrieved 10 May 2021.
  2. Time in Hawaii. TimeAndDate.com. Retrieved 10 May 2021.
  3. North America at the IANA time zone database. Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). Retrieved 10 May 2021.
  4. Schmitt, Robert G. and Cox, Doak G. (1997) Hawaiian Time (eVols). Hawaiian Journal of History, vol. 26. Hawaiian Historical Society. p. 13. Retrieved 10 May 2021.