Music Row – by Jessica Nicholson Middle Tennessee State University’s College of Mass Communication celebrated students past and present with its recent Wall of Fame alumni induction ceremony. CMT’s Margaret Comeaux and record producer Michael Knox were among 75 fellow mass communications leaders on the college’s Wall of Fame.
Comeaux, who is Sr. Director of Music and Events Production for CMT, oversees the creation, development and production of music and live-event specials for the network. The 1995 MTSU graduate serves as executive producer in charge of the annual “CMT Music Awards,” the critically acclaimed “CMT Crossroads” series and “CMT Artists of the Year.”
Music producer Knox has worked with some of the biggest names in Country music, but is perhaps best known for his production work with Jason Aldean. Along with forming a production management company, Music Knox, with three of his clients, Knox, a 2001 MTSU graduate, also serves as Sr. creative director for peermusic Group in Nashville.
The Wall of Fame honor began in 2000 as a way to both honor successful mass communication graduates and to inspire current students to continue working toward their goals.Pictured (L-R): Michael Knox and Beverly Keel, chair of the Department of Recording Industry. Photo: Andy Heidt.
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