James Long

James Long

Digital Content Executive Producer, KFVS

Cape Girardeau, MO

James Long joined KFVS in 2017 as a digital content executive producer, but it's not his first time working here. He first started at KFVS as an intern and sat next to Jim Burns. James was hired in 2011 as a web producer and left in 2015. He's from Fredericktown, Mo. and graduated from Mineral Area College in Park Hills, Mo. with an associates in Mass Communication. He graduated from Southeast Missouri State University with a bachelors in Mass Communications and a minor in political science. His hobbies include reading, watching Cardinals baseball and spending time with family (four children and one grandson).

Education:

  • Southeast Missouri State University, Bachelor's degree in Mass Communication
  • Mineral Area College, Associate's degree in Mass Communication

Recent Articles by James

Poplar Bluff police looking for theft suspect

Mark Twain National Forest to host open houses on feral hog elimination proposal

  Swollen river causes sinkholes in Caruthersville, Mo.

  Kennett losing employer, Parker-Hannifin to stop operations

Suspect charged after shooting at Mo. State Trooper on US 60 near Sikeston

  2 from Poplar Bluff injured in motorcycle crash

2.2 earthquake shakes near Marston, Mo.

Mo. State Parks offer free camping for residents displaced by tornadoes, flooding

Northern Snakehead caught in St. Francis floodwaters in Dunklin Co.

  Time runs out on Mo. drug monitoring bill, supporters still fighting

Missing Kennett, Mo. man found, asked people inside a restaurant for help

Hayti man sentenced after uploading child porn to cloud storage

  High water at Wappapello Lake affecting businesses, recreation

Doniphan man pleads guilty to child porn charges

  US-China trade war impacts Heartland farmers

  Caruthersville Humane Society offers reward after puppy shot

Kennett, MO officer accused of assaulting man

Sen. Hawley to introduce legislation to ban ‘loot-box’ games aimed at children

  Chamber: New factory bringing jobs to Poplar Bluff

More Missouri company’s bottled wines at risk of exploding

SEMO lineman Forbes officially signs with the Cleveland Browns

  Current River levels in Van Buren, Doniphan

Blues defeat Stars 4-3

Mizzou’s Drew Lock goes to the Broncos in second round

3 new members named to St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame

Blues get the win over Dallas in round 2 of Western Conference semifinals

Casey’s General Stores to help in fight against human trafficking

Stoddard Co. sex offender sentenced to life in prison

Sikeston man sentenced for Cape Girardeau Food Giant robbery

Fire damages home in Campbell, MO