Tom Murray
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Birmingham, MI
Hockey, reading, watching all kinds of movies, following or watching whatever my two sons are up to
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Tom Murray began his career as a print journalist, first working at Sport Magazine in the mid-70s under legendary writer/editor Dick Schaap, then going on to become the editor of The Hockey News when he was just 26 years old.

He then segued into television news, first in Winston-Salem, NC and then in Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX, where his main responsibility was covering the Dallas Cowboys. In February 1989 it was Murray who broke the story that the Cowboys were going to be sold to an oilman from Arkansas named Jerry Jones, and that Jones was going to fire legendary coach Tom Landry and hire his old Razorbacks teammate Jimmy Johnson to take Landry’s place.

After his two-year stint in Dallas-Ft. Worth, Murray moved in to KCAL TV in Los Angeles, where he remained for nine years as a sports anchor/reporter/producer. In 2001 he launched his production company, Two Sons Productions (named for his sons Tommy and Leigh. Website is and has been involved as a writer/producer/director and host of a variety of projects, most prominently his 2010 documentary film, “Dad’s In Heaven With Nixon.”

For details on the film, check out the link, .

Murray lives in Birmingham, MI with his two sons.