KSJS (90.5 FM) - San Jose State University

Where
San Jose State University, Hugh Gillis Hall, Room 132, San Jose, CA
Call
+1 408.924.5757
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KSJS (90.5 FM) - San Jose State University Website
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Media, Radio Station, City, University
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2009 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Reader Survey Winner - First Place

best College/Independent Radio Station


2008 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Reader Survey Winner - Third Place

Best Local Radio Jock

In a town with too little soul, Audio Dru spins hip-hop, drum ’n’ bass, and other grooves Sundays 6–9pm at KSJS. The multitalented Dru is, in his off-the-air life, a photographer; he also does regular DJ gigs at The Cypher at Johnny V’s bar.

-- Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper, September 24, 2008

2008 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Reader Survey Winner - Second Place

Best Local Radio Jock

Since 1999, KSJS’s Dave “The Madman” Pirtle continues a Thursday night rain of metal. It’s “music to mangle your mind” in all of its forms.The Madman is famed for the Norcal Unleashed segment, spotlighting hard-working local bands.

-- Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper, September 24, 2008

2008 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Reader Survey Winner - First Place

Best College Radio Station

KSJS-FM (90.5) is 45 years old this year; the San Jose State University Station offers a heavy schedule of urban, college sports and the ever-growing and underserved Spanish alternativo music. This is also one of the last local stations that play jazz, with four programs a week.

-- Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper, September 24, 2008

2007 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Staff Pick and Reader Survey Winner

Best College Radio Station (Staff Pick and First Place Reader Survey Winner); Best Local Radio Jock (Audio Drew - Second Place Reader Survey Winner)

The Bay Area has the best selection of college radio in America, and this is the best of the best. San Jose State U's 1000-watt station, on the air since 1963, offers a hand-picked selection of urban and hip-hop, as well as the long-lived, much-praised movie program Celluloid Dreams.

— Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper, September 26, 2007