Broadcast areaBoise metropolitan area
Frequency92.3 MHz
BrandingKissin 92-3
AffiliationsWestwood One
First air date
December 1967 (as KATN-FM)
Former call signs
KATN-FM (1967-1968)
KBBK (1968-1975)
KBBK-FM (1975-1984)
KIYS (1984-1990)
Call sign meaning
Sounds like Kissin (station branding)
Technical information
Facility ID70626
ERP48,000 watts
HAAT828 meters
WebcastListen live

KIZN (92.3 FM) is a commercial radio station located in Boise, Idaho. KIZN airs a country music format branded as Kissin 92.3.


Early years (1967-1978)

The station was launched in December 1967 as KATN-FM. On August 1, 1968, the call letters were changed to KBBK.

Top 40 (1978-1990)

On January 2, 1978, KBBK flipped to a new Top 40 format branded as Magic 92, one of the first full-time FM Top 40 stations in the Boise market. In 1984, KBBK changed their call letters to KIYS and rebranded as 92 Kiss FM.

Country (1990-present)

In 1990, the station switched to country format as Kissin' 92, and changed the call letters to KIZN. The switch left Boise without a CHR station appealing younger listeners for the next year until KZMG launched Magic 93.1 in 1991, previously as a short-lived Adult Contemporary station.

In early 2013, along with branding changes at sister station KQFC, Cumulus adjusted the name of the station from Kissin' 92 to KISSIN 92.3.

On April 3, 2017, a staff shuffle happened between KIZN and sister station KQFC; KQFC afternoon host Rick Daniels over to KIZN for the same shift.[1][2] Also, KIZN debuted a new logo.

On October 1, 2017, Shawnda McNeal [3][4][5][6] was hired to join market veteran Cory Mikhals on the KIZN morning shift. The morning show was rebranded as "Idaho's Morning Show".


  1. ^ Daniels, Rick (2014-03-15). "Rick Daniels | The Official Website of Rick Daniels | | @OnAirWithRick". Retrieved 2015-03-15.
  2. ^ "KQFC Boise Drops Nash and Goes Classic Country".
  3. ^ "Shawnda McNeal Joins KIZN as Morning Co-Host/Midday Host".
  4. ^ "KIZN/Boise Adds Shawnda McNeal For Mornings, Middays". All Access. Retrieved 2019-03-17.
  5. ^ "Shawnda McNeal". Retrieved 2019-03-17.
  6. ^ kevincarter (2017-10-02). "Now Entering Boise: Shawnda McNeal". RAMP - Radio and Music Pros. Retrieved 2019-03-17.

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