Jackson Jones started at Middle Tennessee State University in August 2013. His major is Multimedia Journalism at the College of Mass Communication with a minor in Psychology. At his time at MTSU, he’s been initiated as a member of Kappa Alpha Order, served as an MTSU Student Ambassador, and stayed heavily involved in his career by doing MT10 News and WGNS. He plans on graduating in May 2017.
He has almost three years of experience with MT10 News writing, reporting, anchoring, shooting, editing, and producing for live news every week. All of this has been earned through learning and hands-on experience. He also accepted a position at WGNS in Murfreesboro as a studio producer and reporter. He went through a lengthy interview process to achieve this job, and has kept it since April 2015. He runs the main board for live shows weekly and produces weekend sports for high school and college level. Jackson also reports on Murfreesboro news and creates feature stories for the Man on the Street Report. He is prepared, well organized, and expressive in leadership with an appreciation for teamwork. His dream is to be a journalist for a major news network at CNN.
He is active in his community in Murfreesboro, his church World Outreach, and with his University at MTSU. He’s played golf for 13 years, owns over 450 films, and is active speaker and promoter for local businesses commercials.