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Martin C. Jones is a veteran creator of multi-platform filmed entertainment for linear and digital distribution. Jones regularly produces longform scripted and unscripted projects including movies, television series, specials, corporate films, and national commercials for such major brands as Jeep, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Kmart, Tyler Perry, and Bishop T.D. Jakes. His career spans 22 years. His most recent projects, as an independent producer, include the movie version of Grammy winning singer Fred Hammond’s “Christmas…Who Needs It,” indie feature “Why Men Cheat,” and two new series; the sitcom “Little Miss CEO,” and “Our World” which is a broadcast/web/mobile lifestyle and information series for the MySpace generation. He is working on a youth sports franchise which includes a series of movies, video games, soundtracks and graphic novels. His most recent C-level position was serving as the Head of Television and Home Entertainment for Bishop T.D. Jakes’ faith based media division. Jones managed a team of over 80 talented producers, editors, and technicians who created a daily television series with an international version, and a weekly show. He was the Executive Producer of five television specials including the star studded Megafest Pay-Per-View special and a live concert/crusade shot on location in Nairobi, Kenya before an audience of over one million people. These productions were groundbreaking firsts in the history of faith-based television. From 1997 to 2004, Martin Jones was the General Manager for New Millennium Studios, one of America’s largest independent film studio complexes located on 60 acres outside Richmond, VA While running the studio, Jones was also very active as a feature and commercial producer-director. The films he produced at the studio include “Asunder,” “Nothin’ 2 Lose,” and “For Real.” Jones spent the first eleven years of his career in Los Angeles where he was Executive Vice President of Production for United Image Entert

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