Radio and TV personality, “Billy V,” aka William Van Osdol of BVO Enterprises LLC, has been a fixture in the entertainment industry for quite some time. Often referred to as “The Hawaiian Ryan Seacrest” for his diversified career, Billy is regarded as the voice of Hawaii.

Currently an entertainment reporter on Sunrise at Hawaii News Now, Billy is not a newcomer to the industry. A 31-year veteran of broadcast industry in Hawaiʻi with 24 of those years spent at KCCN/KINE Radio Stations, Billy’s extensive background has led him to work with legendary talents such as Honolulu Skylark and Krash Kealoha at KORL and KCCN Radio Stations. He was a key team member who worked to bring KCCN FM 100 on the air and became its first music director, and later, Program Director.

Throughout his career, his friendly voice and warm personality have made him the go-to choice for emceeing numerous high profile events in Hawaiʻi including the Merrie Monarch Festival, Nā Hōkū Hanohano Awards, Lantern Floating Hawaiʻi, and the Miss Hawaiʻi Scholarship Pageant. As well, Billy has been the Game Day Activities Coordinator and “face” of U.H. Athletics for the past 15 years.

Billy serves on the Board of Directors including Ohana Arts on O’ahu, and the Kona Club of Honolulu, the latter that raises scholarship funds for graduating seniors of Konawaena and Kealakehe High Schools where Billy was once a student. As of 2016, Billy has created a scholarship at Konawaena High School for a senior student who wishes to explore a career in broadcast journalism.

When not working on his growing empire, Billy enjoys spending time with his wife, Sawako, son, Leion, and puppy, Chewy.

Voice Work

Voice Work.

BillyV-0053With a distinguished background in radio and television, Billy V has earned a spot as one of the most recognizable voices in Hawai’i. His smooth tenor/baritone vocals have been the “voice of choice” amongst many advertisers, producers, and directors. A professional and creative talent, Billy brings his 30+ years of in-depth experience into every project he works on.




BillyV-0004Hawaii’s go-to Master of Ceremonies, Billy V, has emceed everything from high profile large-scale events, to non-profit fundraisers, to corporate presentations.

A broadcast veteran who has spent most of his life in front of a microphone, Billy is most at home when in front of a live audience. The consummate professional, he approaches each event with fresh eyes and is typically armed with his iPad containing personal research and notes on any event he is hired to work on.

While many can emcee and read off a script, it is Billy’s easygoing personality and quick wit that make him stand out in a crowd. He knows how to connect with the crowd, understands how to read a room, and always seems to have the perfect timing in keeping the flow of an event going. These qualities are what keep Billy V in demand year after year.

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Hawaii vs. New Mexico Saturday at Aloha Stadium Tonight!

By |BVO Enterprises, Sports, Support Hawaiʻi!|

UH Athletics Director Dave Matlin has been doing it right: Good People with Good appreciation and Good work ethics is improving the good and positive culture on the UH Lower Campus. Rainbow Warrior Football Coach Nick Rolovich is a good example of this as they head into tonight's game vs. New Mexico State. Go Bows!!

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New Mailani Music Video: Great for Hawaiian Music!

By |Music, Support Hawaiʻi!|

Hawaii Recording Artist Mailani has been familiar with pushing the boundaries of her craft since she was young. Mailani and schoolmate Lei Melkit met at Maryknoll School and found each other in music. After high school they released their debut album which would become a five-time Na Hoku Hanohano Award winner. Mailani would continue on to a successful solo career using the moniker “Mailani” and would continue to chart with hit songs and more Na Hoku Hanohano Awards. When asked if continuously finding ways to evolve as a business owner and a recording artist: […]

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AUW Partners with HEI: News Conference Today!

By |BVO Enterprises, Events|

The press conference for “EVʻs for a Better Hawaii” was held today at Tamarind Park in Downtown Honolulu; it was a day where Hawaiian Electric, HEI Industries Charitable Foundation and Aloha United Way gathered together to award 10 Smart car electric vehicles to 10 deserving local charities and non-profit organizations.  Congratulations to: […]

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Hawaii vs. UNLV: Homecoming!

By |Personal, Sports|

Homecoming dates back to the early 1900’s when schools like Baylor, Southwestern, Illinois, and Missouri had “homecoming” where they had big banquets, parades and events that was climatically led up to a football game where lots of former residents and school attendees would participate.  Things were much simpler then and people would make the pilgrimage to “go back home” for homecoming. I’m not sure homecoming means the same here in Hawaii.  Lots of students […]

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University of Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Volleyball

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Summer is over and usually that makes everyone sad; unless youʻre a fan of UH Rainbow Wahine Volleyball! It can often be a long wait; you have UH Rainbow Warrior Volleyball to tide you over and get you thru the spring.  Good thing the men and the women are spaced out like that.  Otherwise is can seem really long in-between seasons. The sounds of the crowd, sitting at the edge of your seat and cheering on the Rainbow Wahine are all part of the wonder of college athletics.  Add in to the mix the sounds of the UH Band, music to make the crowd dance and smile, and the cameras to put unsuspecting fans up on the board and watch as their faces light up when they see their friends or themselves on the big screen. There is seeing all of your friends at the matches, watching the people play for fun or prizes during the timeouts, catching t-shirts, watching the cheerleaders, knowing what you are watching is also on live television and radio; itʻs that energy that happens in few volleyball venues across the country. First night of volleyball:  Special as 6 members of TEAM USA that represented the United States of America in Olympic play […]

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