Another Jones Production LLC is an award winning, full service media production company, offering creative solutions to meet your media needs. Our veteran staff of writers, producers and videographers have traveled the globe. From Africa to Asia; North America to South America; Europe to the Caribbean, we are a media team with Global Experience right here in your back yard. .
Do you have a story to tell? A product to sell? An image to project to the world? We bring a world of experience to every project. .
Due to our increasing and varied clientele base, we have expanded our services to meet your needs.
We offer a wide range of products and services:
- Video Production
- Script Writing
- Television Commercials
- Radio Commercials
- Film Production
- Executive Coaching
- Live Streaming
- Video Training
Our media team has won numerous national and international awards. We are your one stop shop for all your media needs.
Founder & CEO
André Jones is a visual artist who communicates through the lens of a camera. A native of Northern Virginia, Jones began his professional career in the nation's capitol at the public television station in Washington D.C. and his professional journey has taken him around the world while working for some of the most respected media outlets in the county.
Mr. Jones has been a network Photographer, Editor, Producer, Director, Master Control Operator, and lighting director. For over twenty years Jones has worked in the Atlanta market. He spent ten years at CNN covering everything from the O.J. Simpson trial to the 9/11 tragedy in New York. Five of his Emmy award winning years were spent at WSB-News 2, one of the most respected local news operations in the nation. Andre has worked as Director of Photography on the small budget feature film, "Relationships" and filmed the trailer for "Church Swap."
Jones conducts seminars and consults in the area of photojournalism. His professional commitment is industry noted - with awards too numerous to mention. Jones was a visiting faculty member at the Poynter Institute. He has presented on the 2003 Flying Short Course and a judge for the NPPA 2004 Best of Photojournalism. He served on the Unity Visual Task Force in 2004 and is the founder and CEO of Another Jones Production LLC. His personal commitments are equally important. He often encourages and mentors youngsters.
Graylian Young is an award winning journalist with an extensive background as an on air personality, and manager in both radio and television.
Mr. Young is the former Southeast Bureau Chief for CNN. He joined CNN in May of 1980, one month before the network's debut, as an assistant assignment editor on the network's National News Desk. During the early days of CNN, he was often called upon as a field reporter to cover breaking news from Virginia to Florida. From hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires to riots, Young has seen firsthand the devastation nature and man can inflict on individuals and communities.
He has a number of notable "first" in his career. He was the first network reporter allowed inside the Atlanta Federal Prison during the 1990 Cuban prisoner takeover of that facility. He successfully negotiated network coverage from inside the prison for CNN, securing the first network interviews with the inmates, than served as media liaison between prison officials, inmates and other media. Young has covered or directed news coverage of a number of other important stories, including the 1998 Eric Robert Rudolph manhunt, the Jon Benet Ramsey funeral and murder investigation in 1997, the 1996 Centennial Olympic Park bombing, the shuttle Challenger disaster, and the 1995 Susan Smith trial. Young was the senior producer for CNN's live coverage of the 1998 tornado aftermath in Alabama, and for the face to face meeting between Dexter King and James Earl Ray, the convicted killer of King's father, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
He was honored with an Emmy for CNN's coverage of the Olympic Park Bombing. He contributed to CNN's recognition as the highest viewed newscast during Operation Desert Storm by facilitating the coverage of military deployment at several military installations in the Southeast. He was also a member of the team that helped grow a network with no affiliates to over 660 stations throughout the U.S.
He produced the 2006 Hearts for Humanity video for Morehouse School of Medicine Clinical Research Department funded by a grant from Bristol Myers Squibb. This health initiative was a 12 week outreach to adult members of the Atlanta African American community to assets health care needs and to provide classroom and field training in the areas of nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle changes and to impact heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes. Young co-produced The Aids Chronicles (finalist for the Southeastern Media Awards, Atlanta Film Festival) which takes an in depth look at the impact of aids on Atlanta's African American population Documentary films were not enough; Young has written his first feature length screenplay entitled "Church Swap." The humorous, but insightful, screenplay is the story of two churches, one black and one white, in a small Georgia town, that swap pastors and choirs with each other. This uplifting story is a journey of self discovery that bridges and age old divide.
In August of 2004, Young was appointed to serve as a member of the Georgia Public Telecommunications Commission by Governor Sonny Perdue. The commission provides oversight of Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) and its state wide network of radio and television stations.
Mr. Young also served as a freelance producer with the ABC Atlanta News Bureau. He is a member of the Atlanta Press Club.
Mr. Young is a graduate of Boston University, where he was a member of the WBUR radio staff. He and his wife, Gina, live in Stone Mountain, Georgia. They have two daughters.
Stu Klitenic is an Emmy award winning journalist who has worked for some of the most respected media out lets in the country.
Stu grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland where he became a High School All-American basketball player. He accepted a four year scholarship to the University of South Carolina where he received his Bachelor of Arts and Master’s Degrees in journalism.
His broadcasting career has taken him all over the country and Stu has covered virtually every major sporting event from the Olympics, World Series, Super Bowl and national title games in football and basketball to high school and little games in your neighborhood. He has worked for such well known entities here in Atlanta as WSB-TV, CNN-Headline News, Turner Private Networks and the Atlanta Braves radio Network.
He started his career as a news reporter and has written articles for newspapers and magazines across America.
Stu has been an active member of the media here in Atlanta for over 20 years and been in the TV business for more years than he is willing to tell us. He has interviewed such well known legends as Muhammad Ali, Hank Aaron, Michael Jordon, Tiger Woods, President Carter and Ted Turner.
Mr. Klitenic has been an adjunct college professor and has taught advance level course work in communications, marketing, advertising, writing, public relations and marketing. He has worked in media sales selling both local and national advertising for some of Atlanta’s most listened to radio stations.
Neal Broffman is an Atlanta based Director of Photography, Producer and Editor. While based in London, Rome and then Moscow from 1990 to 1999 for CNN International he covered major stories in more than 40 countries as a videographer and editor/producer, from the 1990 Gulf War to the breakup of the Soviet Union to the first democratic elections in South Africa to the war in Bosnia, from Europe to Asia to the Middle East and Africa. He spent extensive time in Somalia during the UN intervention there and documented the last US helicopters departing that country marking the end of the US military involvement there.
Based in London, Rome and then Moscow from 1990 to 1999 for CNN International he covered major stories in more than 40 countries as a videographer and editor/producer, from the 1990 Gulf War to the breakup of the Soviet Union to the first democratic elections in South Africa to the war in Bosnia, from Europe to Asia to the Middle East and Africa. He spent extensive time in Somalia during the UN intervention there and documented the last US helicopters departing that country marking the end of the US military involvement there.
Neal is unique in his ability to move easily from behind the camera as a director of photography/videographer to the edit room where he is a skilled editor, all the while shaping the message as a producer.
TAYLOR R. DANIELS
VIDEOGRAPHER / EDITOR
Taylor R. Daniels is an aspiring editor and soon to be graduate from the award winning Chattahoochee Technical College in Marietta, Georgia. As a film and video production student, Taylor has already competed in two 48-hour film festivals and created several short films of his own. Taylor has also developed a keen proficiency in using and creating motion graphics including After Affects and Photoshop. Taylor freelances for the local programming department at the ABC affiliate in Atlanta, WSB-TV. Having a true passion for video, film, and storytelling makes Taylor a breath of fresh air in the ever evolving media world. Always looking at things in a different way to make the best product he can, Taylor goes the extra mile to take something from good to great.
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER/CFO
Donna is the CFO for Another Jones Production (AJP), LLC; she oversees both staff management and corporate accounting. Donna’s responsibilities includes but not limited to is working closely with the CEO, Andre Jones in analyzing projects and instituting regular monthly meetings; preparation of operating/expense budgets, preparing financial statements, cash flows, projections, payroll, account reconciliations, monthly reporting and general account services for the corporation and its clients. While working for AJP, Donna has reduced expense costs by 25 percent and introduced a new payroll software package that is beneficial to the vendors and clients.
Donna is also a former Financial Analyst for MetLife, Inc.; where she managed accounting for the Information Technology department, coordinated monthly general ledger reconciliation processes, and developed division-by-division analysis for monthly corporate reporting. Administrative expense reductions have resulted in a 30% increase in profits, while improving overall staff morale and client confidence.
Other prior experience includes Billing Manager for Recall, Inc. where she oversaw billing for their corporate and sales department in addition to supervising the billing team. In this position, Donna revised year-end corporate financial statements to include equity and market evaluation reports, and streamline billing department procedures.
With a strong knowledge of both cash and accrual accounting systems, Donna has been responsible for multi-fund budgets ranging from $20 thousand to $100 million. She has experience in all aspects of financial forecasting, resource allocation, fund management, accounting and control.
Donna holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology, with a concentration in finance and accounting.
Donna is also a Certified Health & Wellness Trainer. Her philosophy is you can attain any fitness goal you set for yourself within your physical limits when combining exercise, nutrition and proper cardiovascular training …
Quitting is Not an Option
KARLA L. WINNFREY
Emmy award-winning journalist Karla Winfrey is a multimedia professional. As a consummate storyteller, she has an array of experience in front and behind the camera. Winfrey produces documentaries, television lifestyle programming, multimedia projects for school districts, universities, national non-profits, faith-based companies, federal government agencies and private corporations. She is in partnership developing a film project on the last story Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alex Haley had started to pen at the time of his death about his best friend, Fred Montgomery. The finished work, completed by Associated Press reporter and author Lucas L. Johnson II, is entitled Finding the Good (Thomas Nelson). She is also on the producing team of numerous special programs includingeducational animated series, commercials for national health & beauty companies and food manufacturers. Winfrey co-created and produced the groundbreaking documentary, Waiting in the Wings: African Americans in Country Music for MTV/CMT Networks. The award-winning documentary is considered the premiere historical perspective on the true origins of country music made by African Americans.
Winfrey has leveraged her relationships with entertainers to help promote cancer awareness. She was selected to produce the American Cancer Society’s national anti-smoking video campaign Get Active for Life designed for HBCUs, historically black colleges and universities. She received a Telly Award for producing the video All Jokes Aside- Colorectal Cancer Awareness featuring entertainer Steve Harvey.
Karla spent her earlier career at some of the most revered television stations in the nation, including: WABC (New York City), KDFW (Dallas), KUSA (Denver) and WSMV (Nashville). She has garnered national recognition as a consumer investigative reporter, show host/news anchor and documentary/specials producer. Her work has also been featured on CNN, ABC NEWS, BET, NBC, Shop At Home Television and The Black Family Channel. Throughout her career Winfrey has championed the underdog. Her investigative consumer reports have unveiled unscrupulous building contractors, improprieties at leading financial intuitions, car financing schemes and retail scams in New York, Texas, Colorado and Tennessee. The results have prompted legislation in several states.
Winfrey has received an array of media and community service awards, including the National Press Club Award for Consumer Journalism, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Emmy, the National Association of Attorneys General and the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, Best of Gannett, National Association of Black Journalists Awards, Texas Legislative Black Caucus Award-Outstanding Texan (Governor George W. Bush), Press Club of Dallas Katie Awards, Colorado Journalist of the Year Award, and the American Red Cross Award for saving a co-worker's life.
She received national recognition for the television special and public service campaign, Celebrating Life: African American Women and Breast Cancer and The Color of Money, a news series that prompted the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to launch an investigation into the operating procedures of the largest bank in the state of Colorado. Winfrey received an Emmy for I Want to Live, a documentary that examined teen-violence, suicide and youth development in Denver. Winfrey has received the Profiles in Progress Award from former U.S. Presidents’ wives and several American Cancer Association Media Awards.
Winfrey is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University. She is a recipient of the MTSU Young Alumni Award and was among the first inductees placed on the College of Mass Communication Wall of Fame. Winfrey was the speaker for Middle Tennessee State University’s 100th commencement in 2011.