McKenzie YoungPublic Service Director * - Announcer
McKenzie began working at the station in 2003 while moseying her way through her undergraduate degree in Communication and Rhetorical studies . Her outgoing personality and involvement in various activities makes for a perfect fit to promote campus and community organizations and events*.
* At KISU we understand the importance of community and are pleased that you and/or your organization have called upon us to help promote your event and/or advocate for your cause. In order to work most efficiently in getting announcements on air, please provide the following information, preferably two weeks in advance, to email@example.com. Also, please understand we only have twenty to thirty seconds time slots for announcements.
- Who is putting on the event (Organizations Name)?
- What is happening at the event (Dinner, Music, or Presentation)?
- Where is the event taking place (location and address)?
- When is the event (Date and Time)?
- Why is it happening?
- How would a person get more information (phone #, website, email, social media outlet)?
Due to covid concerns in our community, The Westside Players are rescheduling the performances of Arsenic and Old Lace planned for this Friday and Saturday, January 21-22. All patrons with seats for this weekend will be rescheduled for the first weekend in February. Westside Players volunteers will be reaching out soon with more information.
KISU's McKenzie Young visits with Diana Potter and Tara Babcock, two of the eleven member cast from Westside Players' season closer.
KISU FM's McKenzie Young chats with Idaho State University's Cooperative Wilderness Handicap Outdoor Group Director Bob Ellis about the CW HOG annual Pig Out dinner and picnic on September 18, at the Lower Ross Park pavilion.
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [revised] is on stage at Westside Players July 16-31. WSP Director Phil Shepherd-Blalock and actor Adam Gribas join KISU FM's McKenzie Young to share about this fast-paced production that is likely to entertain audience members no matter what their Shakspearian knowledge is. More information at https://www.westsideplayers.org/home.html.
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) will be on stage at The Warehouse in Pocatello Friday and Saturday evenings, July 16-31. KISU FM's McKenzie Young had a chat with Westside Players President Travis W. Hopkins about what's happening with this volunteer operated, nonprofit theatre company. Dinner or show only tickets are available. View the menu, reserve tickets, and find more at https://www.westsideplayers.org/home.html.