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Robert Jeuitt ‘Rob Jay’ promoted at JSU



Jackson State University has named longtime broadcaster and alum Robert “Rob Jay” Jeuitt as interim executive director of University Communications, replacing Eric Stringfellow.

Jeuitt serves as general manager of television at the Mississippi e-Center@JSU, overseeing JSUTV and WJSU-FM.

In his new role he will manage public relations, marketing, social media and the broadcast installations at the e-Center.

A national search for an executive director will be conducted.

A native Jacksonian, Jay, 50, is known for his award-winning work as sports director at local NBC affiliate WLBT-TV, where he spent 22 years.
He currently co-hosts JSUTV’s “Metro Morning Live” on Comcast Channel 14..


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