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Marshall Stephens

Marshall Stephens joined the KLTV Digital Team in November 2012 and serves as the Digital Content Director.

A native of Tennessee, Marshall graduated with a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Electronic Media and a minor in business from the University of Tennessee - the "Real UT," as he likes to tell his Longhorn coworkers.

Prior to joining KLTV, Marshall served as the Advertising and Marketing Director for the Daily Sentinel in Nacogdoches. Before that, he worked for Key Communications, a publishing company in Stafford, VA, where he headed up the video production department.

While at the University of Tennessee, Marshall was a member of Tennessee Journalist, a student-run news website, where he produced a weekly webcast and served as the assistant photo editor. He also worked for The Volunteer Channel, the campus television station and was a member of the student chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, the National Broadcasting Society and the Radio and Television News Directors Association.

In his spare time, Marshall enjoys watching his beloved Red Sox, Patriots and Volunteers play. He also plays the violin and enjoys reading and cooking. An avid baseball fan, Marshall actually dragged his wife to Fenway Park in Boston for their honeymoon to watch the Red Sox play.

Marshall lives in Whitehouse with his wife, Shannon, two cats (Fenway and Ellie) and a Great Pyrenees named Tessie.

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