About Tom Wolzein
WOLZIEN, TOM is chairman of Wolzien LLC, a strategic consulting company providing senior leaders in media and communications with a synthesis of four decades of operating, corporate management, and Wall Street expertise. As the high profile media analyst for Sanford C. Bernstein & Co for 14 years, Wolzien was known for his ground breaking research into the impact of industrial trends such as cable modems and the “internet bypass.” Wolzien spent 16 years at NBC in production and senior management of NBC News, and in corporate business development where he was part of the team that started CNBC. Wolzien is an active inventor with multiple patents in the interactive media area. Wolzien began his career as a reporter, photographer, and producer at local television stations in the Midwest owned by CBS, Time-Life, and McGraw-Hill. After graduating from the University of Denver in 1969 and completing Army OCS, he served in Vietnam as officer in charge of an Army combat photography unit. Recent clients include Discovery Communications, Cable Television Laboratories, McGraw Hill, and industrial financial analysis for the Directors Guild of America.
- Occupation: Chairman
- Organization: Wolzien LLC
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