Faculty: Tom O'Hanlon
Tom O’Hanlon began his broadcast journalism career as a
news anchor and on air personality at WFUV and as News Director of WFAS
AM & FM in White Plains, New York. After joining the NBC Radio
Network, where he was a producer, assignment editor and writer, he moved
over to the television division of NBC News where he worked as a
producer/writer for NewsChannel 4, The Today Show and the former NBC
News at Sunrise. During his time at WNBC, he produced NewsChannel 4 at
6pm, NewsChannel 4 Midday and Today in New York and served as a field
producer for the various broadcasts. He is an Emmy nominated television
He has anchored news on a number of well-known New York City radio stations, including the former WNEW-AM and is a member of the team at Total Traffic and Weather Network and 24/7 News, which are programming divisions of I Heart Media. He is still regularly heard as a news anchor and traffic reporter. He has been heard on WABC, WOR, WBBR and other affiliated stations in the tri-state area and on national network news feeds. He enjoys working on-air regularly on WCBS NewsRadio 880.
Tom O’Hanlon has been a member of the Lehman College faculty since 2001. He is an Associate Professor and is also producer of the award-winning TV news magazine “Inside Lehman,” which is seen on CUNY TV and BronxNet. His areas of specialization are broadcast journalism, radio and television programming, broadcast production, on-air performance, audience behavior, media regulations/legalities, documentary film and the effects of mass media in society.
Last modified: Nov 20, 2015