Emily Melton is a recent Auburn University graduate with a degree in Public Relations and a minor in Marketing. Having work experience invarious roles, Emily has interned with eLearning software companies, such as iPOV.net, working to compose press releases, pitch to local media outlets, as well as update and maintain their website. She has also worked as an Electronic-text Assistant for the Program for Students with Disabilities.

Her healthcare background extends to the Corporate Communications and Marketing Department of the Children's Health System of Alabama. As the intern, Emily was responsible for everything from press releases to website maintenance. She worked to keep hospital personal up to date on new technology though events, such as their new 64-slice CT-scanner technology.

In addition, Emily also has gained extensive experience in production by working as a production assistant on various projects. By assisting each crew with different tasks ranging from pre-production to on-air interviews. Previous employers include CSTV, College Sports Television and WGBH Boston.

Emily Melton was born in Birmingham, AL and knows the passion and enthusiasm Southerners have for college football. With a diverse background working as a stable hand, waitress, model and everything in between, Emily is no stranger to adventure, and is more than ready to take on the Mission: SEC Football challenge.

 

Glenn is a New York based producer, editor and director that specializes in documentary-style promotions and original programming. His work has been featured in museum instalations, film festivals, live sporting events, commercials, video-web promotions as well as cable and broadcast TV.

Anderson has traveled the US and the world covering music, politics, fine arts, and news in a unique and 'raw' documentary style. Glenn's greatest passion is covering the sporting world –including the hour-long documentary film 'The Long Road', that profiled two disabled student-athletes as they prepared to compete in the 2005 ING New York City Marathon.

Glenn was a High School All-American and National Champion in Track and Field before heading to the University of Pennsylvania for undergraduate study and Oxford University for graduate study. Today Glenn is an age-group competitive inline skater.

He is a life-long college football fan and is looking forward to hitting the road and learning more about sport, passion and pride in the American South.

 

Born in Staten Island, NY, Adam moved to South Florida when he was seven months old. He graduated from the University of Miami in May with a degree in broadcast journalism. He did play by play for the student radio station for four years, covering Hurricanes football, men's and women's basketball, and baseball. Highlights include broadcasting the College World Series and the Peach Bowl. He also anchored UMTV's news program during his senior year.

Adam served as CSTV's UM Campus Correspondent for the past two years, providing breaking news and putting together features on UM athletes. He has seen the passion of ACC fans, but he's really looking forward to seeing how things are in SEC country.

 
12/3/06

SEC Championship Game

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11/19/06

Mixed Marriage Party

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11/12/06

So. Carolina at UF

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11/5/06

UGA at UKY

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Dog's Eye View of UGA/UT

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10/9/06

Mike 'Big Dawg' Woods

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Desire Street Academy

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9/27/06

Big Orange Army

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9/24/06

Alabama at Arkansas

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9/6/06

Birthplace of Rocky Top

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