Tommy Collins is the Radio Department Head at the International College of Broadcasting. Tommy started working in Broadcasting at KDAN Radio and KMSP TV in Minneapolis/St. Paul in 1975-1976. He then pursued his education at the International College of Broadcasting and graduated in 1980. After his graduation, he immediately began working as a Radio Disc Jockey and Announcer for WPFB-AM/WPBF-FM Mellow 106 in Middletown, Ohio. He continued working in the radio industry as a DJ and Production Director at WGIC/WBZI Radio in Xenia, Ohio. He then became the Program Director and DJ at WYMJ Majic 104 in Dayton, Ohio. He later became an On-Air Talent at WHIO Radio from 1984-1985. Before he began working at the International College of Broadcasting, he was the Assistant Program Director and News Director at WHIO Radio, and then he became the Breaking News Team Lead at Channel 7 in Dayton, Ohio from 2001-2015.
Tommy chose to work at the International College of Broadcasting because of his sincere passion and desire to give back to the broadcast community and share his knowledge and experience with the next generation, giving them a “real world” understanding of what it takes to be successful in this industry.