Jamon Anderson

Program Director - Announcer

Jamon Anderson has been at KISU Fm 91 for over 13 years. His familiar voice is a distinctly calm and professional one, and gives KSIU FM 91 its voice. Having been in most capacities at the KISU FM 91 including host, announcer, board operator, production, engineering assistant, he is currently our Program Director.
Adept at giving interviews and offsite shows such as City Club He is the go to guy for all things KISU FM 91.

With his passion for live music, public radio and KISU, Jamon is always welcoming your comments, thoughts,  and feedback on our programs and shows.  He can be reached at kisu91@gmail.com

Ways to Connect

Listen for information about the upcoming Poky Portneuf Paddle, as we speak with Hannah Sanger, Science & Environment Administrator for the City of Pocatello.


Join KISU-FM for an evening of roots, gospel, and rock music including an alternative background mix for your fireworks celebration!

July 4th

7:00 PM - Capitol Steps July 4th Edition

8:00 PM - Gospel Roots of Rock and Soul (2 hours)

10:00 PM - The Back 40's Alternative Fireworks Soundtrack


Audio of Douglas Brinkly's remarks along with post-lecture questions and answers: Audio of Lecture by Douglas Brinkly

On April 26th, 2019 the Idaho Humanities Council presented bestselling historian Douglas Brinkly as the guest speaker for the organization's 12th annual lecture and dinner. Information about this year's speaker- 


Throughout the month of May KISU-FM will observe National Military Appreciation Month with Tuesday broadcasts of the podcast We Happy Few.  "We Happy Few is a podcast created by a veteran, for veterans and it explores the complexities of what military service means through the stories of veterans, their families and their friends.Jason Comstock, host, is an Air Force and Army veteran. Working as a volunteer with Veteran Service Organizations has given him insight into some of the struggles facing the men and women who serve.


The City of Pocatello became the only city in Idaho to receive a three year grant from HUD aimed at protecting families, particularly young children and pregnent women, against the serious health hazards posed by lead in most homes built before 1978. The average age of houses in the Pocatello area is 47 years old, that's seven years older than the national average.

These events are now held at University Place in Idaho Falls
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