Who We Are
Aggie Radio is Utah State’s entirely student-run radio station. Our station provides student volunteers with a hands-on experience in the audio, event, and entertainment industries. Aggie Radio is a free format station, meaning our student DJs select the genre and content for their shows. Partnering with Utah Public Radio, Aggie Radio broadcasts on FM Radio [KBLU-LP – Logan 92.3 FM Aggie Radio].
Station Manager – Sydney Ho
Sydney is a senior studying journalism and minoring in marketing. Her goal for the future is to eventually own a music venue, but for now she’s helping students experience live music here in the valley.
For general inquiries about the station or information about getting involved, email her at email@example.com
Live Programming Director – Audrey Flood
Audrey is a sophomore studying human experience design and interaction. She loves crying to Taylor Swift, playing video games on easy mode and working to support the amazing committee of live DJs at Aggie Radio.
For questions regarding scheduling on the station or studio time, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re interested in being a DJ, please fill out this form.
Music Director – Brynn Griffiths
Brynn is a junior studying chemistry with hopes of working in the makeup and skincare industry. During her first year as a transfer student, she volunteered at Big Agg Show and the rest is history. Her love for music is what influences her work, shaping our station’s sound and helping to connect others.
For questions about the format of the station or to submit your band’s music for consideration, email her at email@example.com
Events Director – Erik Dickamore
Erik is a senior studying statistics at Utah State. This is his first year at USU Student Media. Erik is also involved in undergraduate research centered on higher education student success and enjoys cheering on the Aggie basketball team in his free time.
For questions about Aggie Radio events or to submit your band for booking consideration, email him at KBLUevents@aggies.usu.edu