Giving Voice to Veterans Improving the Lives of Military, Veterans, and Their Families
The Veterans Voice Pueblo radio program and podcast is a service of Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center Pueblo in partnership with CSU Pueblo and produced by KTSC 89.5 FM The Revolution. Veterans Voice Pueblo is hosted by Mr. Cassime Joseph and airs Friday mornings at 9:00 on Rev 89. The podcast publishes weekly and is available on all major podcast apps and players.
Cassime (Keh-SEEM) Oliver Joseph is a veteran of the US Army and multimedia journalist currently living in Pueblo, Colorado. He serves as Operation Director for CSU Pueblo's radio station, KTSC 89.5 FM, The Revolution. He is also president of the CSU Pueblo chapter of the Student Veterans of America (SVA) and a member of the Black Student Union. He joins the Veterans Voice Project on-air/podcasting team helping to facilitate expansion into new markets.
Cassime Joseph, Host, Veterans Voice Pueblo President, Student Veterans of America, CSU Pueblo Chapter
CSU Pueblo is proudly the first school in Colorado to be recognized as a Purple Heart Designated University for its support of veterans, military and their families.
Veterans Voice Pueblo is a service of Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center Pueblo, produced by Rev 89 Productions and distributed via the Rev 89 Productions podcast Channel powered by CSU Pueblo.
The Veterans Voice Project presented by USAA is an Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center service. Veterans Voice Colorado Springs is produced in the OPTUM Podcast Studio, distributed via the Medicare Mentors Veterans Voice Podcast Channel, powered by Technology Partner Colorado Computer Support, and made possible in part by Supporting Partner, The WireNut Home Services.