Max Jones (journalist)

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Max Jones

Jones in Seoul, Korea
Born (1997-03-03) March 3, 1997 (age 23)
Winter Park, Florida
Residence Canada
Ethnicity American
Occupation Journalist
Years active 2008–present

Max Jones (March 3, 1997, Winter Park, Florida) is an American journalist.[1]

Early life

Jones was born in Winter Park, Florida on March 3, 1997. His parents divorced when he was 10. Jones' mother, Kim, is a Canadian immigrant to the United States.

North Korea

Max Jones announced on December 31, 2010 that he would host a documentary on the Crisis in North Korea, and relations with their southern neighbor, South Korea. The documentary, entitled The Seoul Sisters has never been released.

Other coverage

Max has traveled with Queen Elizabeth II for her 2010 tour through Canada. Jones spoke with President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, at the 2010 G-20 Toronto summit.[2]

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