Television, Media & Sports Background
Tom Zenner has a diverse sports media background, spending the past 25 years producing and hosting mainstream content in television and print. Tom was a weekday TV sports anchor at major market stations in Phoenix (ABC and NBC), Chicago (NBC 5), and Boston (Fox 25).
He covered Michael Jordan and the Bulls daily during their final final three NBA championships from 1995-98, anchored the weekday 10 PM nightly sports in Boston, hosted Red Sox playoff specials, and was a top sports anchor in Phoenix as well as the host and emcee of the Phoenix Suns. He currently appears regularly as an outspoken commentator on ABC 15.
In publishing, Tom has authored and published OVER 40 books, focusing on major sports championship teams, pop culture events and iconic personalities. He currently has books in thousands of retail stores on the Denver Broncos Super Bowl championship, the 2016 NBA and Stanley Cup Champions, and a commemorative book on the career of Kobe Bryant for sale in over 2,000 stores throughout California and the West Coast.
Tom authored the official book on the 2011 Royal Wedding for the syndicated entertainment show Access Hollywood. As a magazine feature writer, Tom has written over 30 cover stories on sports and entertainment celebrities, and served as a Contributing Editor for Maxim Magazine, Details Magazine, a columnist for MSNBC and is the Executive Editor of Jetset Magazine.
ATHLETIC CAREER BACKGROUND
1986-1987Normandale Community College (Bloomington, MN)
• First Team Junior College All-American at Normandale Community College.
1988-1989University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA)
• Second Team All Big West Conference kick returner in 1989.
• First Team “Team of the Decade” selection.
• Set, and still holds the all-time Junior College Football national record with 56 career touchdowns formerly held by O.J. Simpson, and 35 single season touchdowns.
• Played under coaching staff that included ESPN analyst Jon Gruden, current Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson and NFL Network analyst Charles Davis.