Jamon Anderson

Program Director - Announcer

Jamon Anderson has served with KISU FM for over 15 years in many capacities including show-host, newscaster, announcer, board operator, production specialist, engineering assistant, automation and programs manager. He is currently our Program Director and Interim General Manager.
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-FM, Jamon welcomes your comments, questions,  and conversations about all-things KISU. 

Contact Jamon by phone or email, (208) 282-2688 or andejamo@isu.edu.

Ways to Connect


Dr. David Adler welcomes Gemma Gaudette, prize-winning journalist and host of Boise State Public Radio’s popular program, “Idaho Matters.” She joins us to discuss her career in journalism, the challenges in hosting “Idaho Matters” in the Covid era, at a time when journalists have been characterized as “enemies of the people” by President Donald Trump.

Student Activities Board Director Ben Storms stops by the KISU studios to tell our student-listeners about a few of the events and contests being held on campus during the 2021 spring semester at ISU.

The new Dean of the ISU College of Business, Dr. Shane Hunt, is the guest for the January, 2021 episode of The Bengal Financial Literacy Show on KISU. The show was created to build awareness of and educate listeners about everyday financial issues beginning with the basics. Host Chris Chatwin welcomes a new guest each month to discuss topics such as insurance, tax, banking and more- all tying in closely with the Financial Literacy Certificate newly offered at the College. 

Join Leif and Peter as they speak with retired NASA astronaut, Barbara Morgan in this two-part episode of The Nature of Idaho. Morgan was crew aboard the Space Shuttle in 2007, flying 300 miles above our planet. What a story she has to tell!


John Radford, General Manager of the Barnes and Noble bookstore in Idaho Falls for the past 26 years, a member of the Idaho Falls City Council, and recently featured in the Wall Street Journal, talks about the historical importance of booksellers in America, including their role in the American Revolution, their status in our culture and their future.