Tom Sredenschek is the sports director and anchor for FOX 29 News. He was an original member of the FOX 29 News team, joining the sports staff in February, 1986, when the "Ten O'clock News" first went on the air.
During his 25-year career with FOX 29, Tom has covered many major sporting events, including many memorable seasons for Philadelphia sports fans: the 1993 and 2008 Phillies World Series runs, the Eagles 2005 Super Bowl, the 1997 and 2010 Flyers Stanley Cup Finals, the 2001 Sixers NBA Finals, March Madness tournament runs from Philly's Big Five teams and heavyweight boxing title fights. He's also the producer of FOX 29's "Game Day Live" Eagles pre-game show.
Tom has received numerous honors for his work, including a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award and Top Pennsylvania Sportscast by the Associated Press. FOX 29 honored him as well for his hard work covering the 2008 World Series Champion Philadelphia Phillies.
Born in Havertown, PA, Tom grew up in Media, PA, and graduated from Penncrest High School. He was inducted into the Rose Tree Media Honor Roll, their "Hall of Fame," in 2011.
Tom graduated with honors from Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Telecommunications. He was sports director at Penn State's campus radio station, WPSU, for three years, and broadcast Penn State football games from Beaver Stadium.
Upon graduation, Tom joined WILM news radio in Wilmington, DE, where he was a news anchor and reporter until joining the FOX 29 News team.
Tom volunteers with the American Heart Association and was a spokesperson for its 14th annual Richie Ashburn Home Runs For Heart campaign this year. He and his wife Barbara reside in Berwyn, PA, with their daughters, Lauren and Paige. In his spare time, Tom enjoys running and reading.