Glenn Jones

Glenn Jones joined NBC10 Boston and NECN as a reporter and anchor in November of 2021.

A past Boston/New England Emmy Award winner, Glenn has nearly a decade of experience in television news, including a three-year tenure as a general assignment reporter in the Boston market. He also spent four years as an anchor and reporter for the NBC affiliate in Fort Myers, Florida, and at the ABC affiliate in Springfield, Massachusetts.

After working in local TV, Glenn worked as press secretary for the Island of Bermuda, where he led crisis communications and media relations for the country’s highest elected office. In addition, he worked as general manager for MediaHouse, the parent company for, Island Press and the Bermuda Sun, where he spearheaded the operations, business development, sales and marketing efforts for a company with affiliates throughout the Caribbean region.  

He most recently worked as interim CEO and chief experience officer for the Bermuda Tourism Authority, where he held a variety of leadership roles since 2015. During that time, Glenn hosted the globally televised America’s Cup in 2017, secured the world's first spectator-attended PGA Tour event since the start of the pandemic, and created a multi-year national tourism plan that directly helped to reshape the island’s relevance as a sports and luxury vacation destination.

Glenn received his bachelor of science degree in broadcast journalism from Emerson College in Boston.

He is a devoted Boston Celtics and Red Sox fan and is an active community volunteer with special interests in the areas of diversity, equity and inclusion, youth literacy and mentorship.

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    Harmony Montgomery ‘was afraid of her father,' Mass. investigators were told after issuing report

    On the day Adam Montgomery was convicted in New Hampshire of murdering his daughter, the attorney assigned to protect the legal interests of Harmony Montgomery in Massachusetts received a stinging rebuke from a public official. In an NBC10 Boston exclusive interview, Maria Mossaides, the state’s chief child advocate, says after her investigation was published, a credible source came forward...

  • Harvard University Jan 25

    Black students say departure of Harvard President Claudine Gay is devastating

    Some members of the Black student body at Harvard University, once proud of Claudine Gay’s history-making appointment as the school’s first Black leader, returned to campus this week sorting through the implications her public departure may have on their own futures. “For her to no longer be there, I’m devastated,” said student, RuQuan Brown on TikTok. Days later, the...

  • Massachusetts Dec 14, 2023

    Plastic pot packaging and sustainability: Program provides incentives for recycling

    The child safety standards in cannabis packaging require extra layers of plastic to make them more difficult to open. Tree House Craft Cannabis — with two dispensaries in Massachusetts — has a strategy to redeem, recycle and, in some cases even reuse the plastic packaging. “This benefits everyone in the industry,” said Wes Ritchie, co-owner of Tree House Craft Cannabis….

  • cannabis Dec 13, 2023

    Acting Cannabis Control Commission chair speaks on agency's current challenges

    The Massachusetts Cannabis Commission continues to be embroiled in controversy, from the suspension of its chairwoman to concerns that the body has not followed through on its regulatory promises and obligations to the promises made when the industry first launched in the state. The majority of people we contacted in the Massachusetts cannabis space said they do not believe the…

  • Veterans Dec 11, 2023

    Mass. bill would make services more accessible to all veterans

    The Army-Navy game is a sporting spectacle brimming passionately with patriotism and pageantry, and for the first time ever, it was played in Massachusetts. In the stands at Gillette Stadium on Saturday was the state’s first ever secretary of Veteran Services, a new cabinet-level position in the Healy administration: Jon Santiago. In the lead-up to the game, NBC10 Boston...

  • Veterans Nov 10, 2023

    Disability claims are denied more for Black veterans, data shows

    New data received by NBC News ­­from the Department of Veterans Affairs shows that Black veterans were denied disability claims more than white veterans across the VA healthcare system in the last 20 years. The disparities were highlighted in a series of reports by NBC News Now and NBC local stations in a series called “American Vets: Benefits, Race and...

  • gun control Nov 1, 2023

    Talking gun safety with MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell

    MSNBC Anchor and Boston native Lawrence O’Donnell will be back home this weekend for a live audience chat with Tennessee Rep. Justin Pearson, who came to notoriety for his staunch advocacy of gun safety legislation earlier this year. O’Donnell has interviewed Pearson on his MSNBC show “Last Word” several times and isn’t shy about comparing the 28-year-old lawmaker to...

  • fashion Dec 6, 2023

    Sneaker City: Exploring the culture in Boston

    In a six-part series, NBC10 Boston is exploring sneaker culture in Greater Boston. We’ll look at how and why public perception of wearing “kicks” in a more formal setting has shifted. We’ll hear from the experts. We even feature someone who might be an unlikely fashionista – Patriots Owner Robert Kraft talks about how he embraced sneaker culture and...

  • Lewiston Oct 26, 2023

    Maine bowling alley, restaurant gunman was ‘kitted out to kill,' experts say

    The gunman seen on chilling surveillance images from the deadly mass shooting in Lewiston, Maine, on Wednesday evening was prepared to kill, experts told NBC10 Boston. There was a massive search underway for the shooter — no suspect has been publicly identified, though police were looking for a person of interest, Robert Card, who was considered armed and dangerous. Authorities…

  • Massachusetts Oct 23, 2023

    New political action committees hope to build up Black and brown candidates across Mass.

    Two new political action committees in Massachusetts highlight a trend in state politics. 1866 Action Fund and Hispanic-Latino Leaders Now have launched with the express purpose of raising money to get Black and brown candidates elected to office respectively. “There has not been a concerted effort to say: ‘I want to uplift Black candidates for office,’” said Reynolds Graves, founder…

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