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

Professor Lori Cox Han, a political scientist at Chapman University, is one of the nation’s leading presidential scholars. A prize winning teacher and author, her numerous books include, most recently, Are we Ready for Madame President and Presidents and the Challenge of Democracy. In this  show, she addresses the implications for America of the slow transition from the Trump Administration to the Biden Administration.

Joanne B. Freeman is the Class of 1954 Professor of History and American Studies at Yale University.  An award-winning author, Professor Freeman’s books include Affairs of Honor:  National Politics in the New Republic and The Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to the Civil War.  

Professor Freeman specializes in early American politics and political culture. Her interest in political violence and political polarization—dirty, nasty, politics—has made her work particularly relevant in recent years.

Welcome to "ISU Onstage", a brand new radio show that highlights the wealth of talent right here on our campus! Each week, KISU is proud to present recorded music, theatre, and other exciting collaborations performed by ISU students and faculty. For this episode, we will be listening to recordings of music, poetry, and short stories from the 2020 edition of Black Rock and Sage.



Join Dr. Zac Gershberg, host of Know Your Media on KISU-FM, for a special election episode that walks us through American media and political history. From the partisan press of 1800 to President Lincoln’s use of the telegraph and from Bush v Gore to Trump v Biden.


This week on Mind Tap, Scott joins inspirational suicide awareness advocate, Daniel Hurd, as he cycles the Pocatello leg of his journey. Daniel Hurd, who is a suicide survivor, is bicycling the lower 48 US states towing a small black camper that he uses to sleep in. Dan and Scott discuss his epic journey, important mental health topics, and ultimately explore the topic of suicide.