Director of Engineering and I.T. for Townsquare Media Shreveport Member Society of Broadcast Engineers (2011). Member of the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT). Membership American Board for Certification in Homeland Security (ABCHS). Master Mason, Knight Templar, Master of the Royal Secret. Son, Brother, Husband, & Father of 3.
Troy J. Jones
Chase at Creswell and Kings Highway Ends With Wreck Fleeing Suspect [PHOTOS]
At approximately 10:15pm tonight, a high speed chase after an attempted traffic stop ended at the corner of Creswell and Kings Highway with one vehicle going into a spin ejecting one of the males inside.
If You Live in Shreveport-Bossier, Follow These 10 Twitter Accounts
Twitter is good for some and great for others. Some people say it moves too fast or is too complicated to follow. But if you're living in Shreveport-Bossier and not on Twitter, you're missing out on some amazing streams of information. Here are the top 10 Shreveport-Bossier Twitter accounts I follow and why...
Top 5 Free Android Apps for Broadcast Engineers
There are literally thousands of apps available for free in the Google Play Store, but there's a certain set of apps I use almost daily that come in handy as a radio broadcast engineer.
Do You Know Tornado Fact from Tornado Fiction?
This week is the second annual National Severe Weather Preparedness Week across the United States. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, in conjunction with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are providing info to the public about the dangers of severe weather and below are some facts and fictions about tornadoes you may not know.
#StandWithRand Top Tweet During Rand Paul Filibuster Tonight
A small group, led by Republican Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, is stalling the Senate tonight by waging an old-school, speak-until-you-can-speak-no-more filibuster (also deemed the #filiblizzard) over the government’s use of lethal drone strikes.
Severe Weather Warnings Vs. Watches. What’s the Difference?
You've all heard that strange sound on the radio or seen the scrawl on the TV. A severe something or other is nearby. Many of you don't know the difference between a severe weather watch and a warning. Find out the difference below.
NOAA, NWS and FEMA Ask: Are You Weather Ready?
The Federal Emergency Management Agency, in conjunction with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, has launched its second annual National Severe Weather Preparedness Week this week. The intention of the week focuses on you, your family and your community being prepared in the event of a disaster...
Mayor Glover: ‘Don’t Catch Shreveport-itis’ [AUDIO]
This past Saturday at Nurse Care of Shreveport during their Senior Health Fair, Mayor Cedric Glover made a special appearance as a guest on The Best of Times radio show. Mayor Glover says, "Don't catch Shreveport-itis".
Brief Power Outage Near Greenwood Saturday [PHOTO]
A brief power outage yesterday affected several residents near Greenwood close to the Louisiana state line. The outage was determined to be caused by a power pole breaking in two on Highway 79 South near between the I-20 off ramp and the Relay Station.
President Declares Disaster for Louisiana
FEMA announced today that federal disaster aid has been made available to the State of Louisiana to supplement state, tribal, and local recovery efforts in the area affected by severe winter storms during the period of January 8 to January 17, 2013.