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

How can we cultivate good mental health for ourselves and the people around us? Today’s story focuses on how mental health can be influenced by the unique communities we’ve grown up in. Part of our Southeast Idaho community is the Shoshone-Bannock tribes. Since we all have unique experiences that influence how we deal with our own mental health, there is power in learning from each other. 

 

Host Nyele Alvarez welcomes Pamela Pascali, a ASISU Senator for the College of Arts & Letters. Pascali talks about the advantages of schooling in Idaho and what its like to be an ASISU Senator.


Sustainable Idaho host Julie Raymond talks about ISU's Sustainability Club.


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This week on Sustainable Idaho we feature an interview with Dan Stone from the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes. Dan provides excellent context and points regarding the importance of salmon recovery on the Snake River to our local Native communities. Economic, historical, and cultural aspects of this issue are discussed, as well as the Tribes’ interaction with the policy process on this issue.


Protecting drinking water sources is key to sustainable drinking water supplies. Measures to protect the supply of drinking water in Pocatello. This show explores the Lower Portneuf Valley Aquifer and asks our guests to share their expertise about the quality of drinking water in Pocatello and what can be done to protect it.


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