Tom Hoban still believes some of the best work he'll ever do in television he did at Radnor High School. He worked on the planning and production of short films, holiday specials, and weekly Channel 16 News broadcasts. His favorite thing was the production of sporting events, often broadcast live, in which the students built entire control
rooms in the gym (and occasionally a van, for some epic away LM games) to mount elaborate telecasts complete with commentators, instant replays, and extensive graphics.
After graduation, he was one of two recipients of the first ever Jim Talone Award. Tom joined his friend and fellow studio alum Aileen Gallagher at Syracuse University, where he graduated in 2001 with a degree in Television and Political Science. Shortly after graduating, he started as an assistant in the programming department of TV Land. He is now Director of Programming there, where he works with the scheduling of their original sitcoms, such as "Hot In Cleveland," as well as their slate of classic shows ranging from "I Love Lucy" to "The King of Queens."
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