Jennifer Dutton, commonly referred to as “Jen,” is a Multimedia Journalism senior at Middle Tennessee State University. Jen aspires to be a talk show producer. She is continuing her education online, having only general education credits to finish. Currently, Jen works in the Creative Services department with CBS Television in Los Angeles, California. She produces I.D. promotions for CBS and also works as the production assistant. She is the producer for the student-run news station, MT10 News, which was awarded the “2014 Best College Newscast” by the Tennessee Associated Press. The station director and executive producer awarded “Best News Night” to Jen’s team. When she was not in the adrenaline-junkie newsroom Jen loves being the producer for Murfreesboro After Dark, an MT10 Television comedy/variety show that airs weekly. Jen enjoys being a part of this tapped television show because she’s able to learn about all of the different areas in a production and watch her team improve each week. In her junior year, Jen interned with the broadcast department at FOX Sports and The Nashville Predators. She has edited multiple promotional packages for The Nashville Predators, such as a fifteenth anniversary feature and interview with a former NHL player. Jen has also created graphics and edited highlight loops for display on the Jumbotron, as well as promotional reels for the arena. For FOX Sports she enhanced her skills as a an EVS replay operater during NHL games. With a high demand for online content, Jen stayed busy working as the Media Content Coordinator for The Center for Innovation in Media for over two years. The center was designed for converging multiple media platforms, such as print journalism, video journalism, photography, and online magazines. In her freshman year, Jen worked as the multimedia specialist for her university where she created the primary website content for the online magazine and was the photographer for the “True Blue” campaigns. Jen also worked as the Microns and EVS operator for EMC Productions to conduct media tappings and replays for live sports broadcasts. MyTV Channel 30 in Nashville and Lexington airs EMC Productions’ broadcasts, making EMC Productions one of the only successful college-operated mobile trucks in a professional market. She has also contributed to WMOT, Middle Tennessee’s Public Radio and interviewed police chiefs about a local murder case. In her free time, Jen can be found riding her mountain bike through the beautiful Tennessee mountains or visiting her mom in Southern California. Feel free to contact Jen anytime at email@example.com.