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

This edition of Know Your Media with Dr. Zac Gershberg features a conversation with journalist Christina Lords. Christina is the editor-in-chief of the Idaho Capital Sun and is a professional journalist covering local and state government. 

  

Every summer, the nation's top musicians come together at the base of the majextic Teton Range in Jackson Hole, Wyoming to create and an all-star Festival Orchestra. The Teton Music Festival series will debut on KISU May 15th, and episodes will air every Saturday evening at 6:00 pm through August. 

The Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra is led by Maestro Donald Runnicles. Now in its 59th year, the Wall Street Journal has called the Grand Teton Music Festival, “One of the best places to hear classical music in the summer.”

April 5, 2021 Episode of Bengal Tales - Ryan Sargent welcomes newly minted KISU General Manager Jamon Anderson. Jamon, who was hired as KISU's interim general manager in 2019, assumed the permanent position in March. Anderson has been a member of the station's management team since 2005. 


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Do you know what a fisher is? Find out about this fantastic furry friend this episode of The Nature of Idaho when we speak with Marc Heinzman from the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park.


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For the February 5th episode of ISU Onstage we will be listening to a recital from March of 202 by ISU professor Dr. Hyeri Choi. Dr. Choi serves as ISU’s violin and viola professor, and the concertmaster of the Idaho State Civic Symphony.


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