Tom Durian Biography
His composure, calmness, and confidence could be the reason Tom Durian has served as a journalist for a long time. Currently, he works as an anchor for TMJ4 News Today. His expertise in his job comes after years of work experience as an anchor and reporter at various media stations. Such experiences have made Tom a guru in news writing, radio, politics, and broadcasting.
Tom Durian Age and Relationship
We did background research on him and found out that he could be 42 or 43 years old. Durian has maintained a calm life and avoids incidences that can threaten his reputation. He also lives as a single man. His work remains a priority over having a wife or children.
Education and Career
Durian was an ambitious person from a young. This ambition led him to the College of the Desert where he did Broadcast Journalism for 2 years before joining the University of California Los Anges for another two years.
Immediately after graduation, he joined NBC Palm Springs as a weekday news anchor and a political reporter. For the four years he worked at the stations, Durian helped the station in covering political activities in California. He also won an Emmy for Best Newscast.
In 2006, he joined KHQ TV as a reporter and a weekend anchor. Like in his previous job, Durian’s specialty was politics. He worked at the station for 5 years and later joined WDJT CBS 58 as a 5-7 am Morning News anchor. He also worked as a special events executive producer as he served as a field anchor for large events.
After 2 years, Tom joined KSTP as a weekday reporter and weekend news anchor. He also served as a fill-in host for Twin Cities Live. For the three years Tom served there, he covered some breaking news and won an Emmy for reporting The Death of Prince, a Minnesota celebrity.
Tom joined TMJ4 News in 2017 as a reporter but later got promoted to anchor after 5 years of reporting.
In his time as a journalist, Tom has covered interesting stories. He has done a report on the impact of the 9/11 attacks, the trial of worldwide superstar Michael Jackson and the death of the late former president Ronal Reagan. Tom also covered Barack Obama’s campaign for the top seat.
Recently, Tom has done a story on the demand Milwaukee voters want for the mid-term elections, food donations to Ukraine, Wisconsin elections, and Tony Atkins’ Heroic act of saving a Nurse Trapped by floods caused by Hurricane Ian.
Tom Durian Hobbies and Salary
Outside of normal job duties, Durian contributes to the public as a fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. He is also passionate about cars and listening to country music. His time and experience as a journalist offers him a comfortable and decent lifestyle. He is also a top earner as he earns approximately $100,000 per year.