KWHE, virtual channel 14 ( UHF digital channel 31), is a LeSEA owned-and-operated television station located in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. KWHE's studios are located on Bishop Street in downtown Honolulu, and its transmitter is located near Hawaii Pacific University. KWHE's signal is relayed on satellite stations KWHD (channel 14) in Hilo and KWHM (channel 21) in Wailuku. The station is carried on Oceanic Cable channel 11 throughout the state, and on Hawaiian Telcom channel 14.
KWHE, whose call letters stand for "World Harvest Entertainment", is part of the World Harvest Television network and follows the same programming format as its sister stations in South Bend, Indianapolis, Denver, Colorado Springs, Tulsa and New Orleans.
KWHE, along with KKAI, is one of only two religious stations in the Honolulu market (out of the six licensed to the area, which include KAAH-TV, KALO, KWBN and KUPU) that broadcasts secular programming; KWHE and KKAI, as well as KAAH and KUPU are licensed by the Federal Communications Commission as commercial outlets.