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College of Business’s ‘Bengal Business Radio Show’ Launches This Thursday


Released by Idaho State University College of Business 

Written By: Kelsey West

POCATELLO – The Idaho State University College of Business Dean Shane Hunt will host the College’s first monthly Bengal Business Radio Show on KSIU-FM this Thursday, Sept. 24, at 7:30 p.m.

The 30-minute segment will feature College of Business alumnus Donald Zebe from Colliers International. Zebe will discuss his career as well as the impact COVID-19 has had on commercial real estate. Thursday’s second guest will be Alex Bolinger, management professor at Idaho State. Bolinger will talk about his management research, his new book and the student project that led to his class being featured in a PBS documentary.

The show can be heard on KISU-FM 91.1 in the Pocatello area, 91.3 in the Idaho Falls area or at 88.1 in the Upper Valley. The audio recording will also be available on

The Bengal Business Radio Show will air on the last Thursday of every month at 7:30 p.m. highlighting the impact of ISU College of Business faculty and alumni while exploring a variety of business topics. Each episode will feature a College of Business graduate and faculty member. 


Logan Ramsey was born and raised in Pocatello, Idaho, and is now a senior studying journalism at Idaho State University. He's currently working as Digital Content Director for KISU and News Editor for The Bengal. His aspirations to be a reporter began his senior year of high school when he began to compete in International Extemporaneous Speaking in the National Speech and Debate Association. Halfway through his freshman year of college, he began to write freelance articles for the Idaho State Journal, and a couple of months later he was hired as a part-time reporter. Not long after, he began work as the Associate Editor of ISU's student newspaper, the Bengal. After a semester, he was promoted to Editor-in-Chief and stayed in that position for two semesters. In order to do more writing, he switched to the News Editor position at the paper. Logan is now working hard to ensure the Bengal has stellar news coverage.