Tom Hanneman

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Tom Hanneman is the former play-by-play television announcer for the Minnesota Timberwolves basketball team of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and has been with the franchise since its inception in 1989. Prior to that, Hanneman was a sports and general assignment reporter for CBS affiliate WCCO-TV in Minneapolis, Minnesota.[1]

Career[edit]

WCCO[edit]

Minnesota Timberwolves[edit]

Fox Sports North[edit]

He is currently an analyst for Fox Sports North for the Minnesota Timberwolves, Minnesota Wild, and Minnesota Twins.

Accolades/Awards[edit]

In 2009, Hanneman won the Midwest Emmy for On-Camera Talent – Sports Play-by-Play: Minnesota Timberwolves Television.[2]

Documentary – Historical “Spotlight: Twins Platoon”, Fox Sports Net North, Minneapolis, Jeff Byle, Executive Producer, Trevor Fleck, Producer, Dan Truebenbach, Photographer, Tom Hanneman, Narrator [3]

Public/Current/Community Affairs “Our Heroes: A Black History Month Special”, Fox Sports Net North, Minneapolis, Jeff Byle, Executive Producer, Trevor Fleck, Producer, Dan Truebenbach, Photographer / Editor, Ralph Gasow, Photographer, Nick Kesler, Photographer, Chris Ritchie, Editor, Robyne Robinson, Host, Tom Hanneman, Reporter, Marney Gellner, Reporter, Telly Hughes, Reporter [4]

In 2005, Hanneman won the Midwest Emmy for On-Camera Talent – Sports Play-by-Play: Minnesota Timberwolves Television.[5]

Sports Program

The Year That Was FSN North Trevor Fleck, Producer Paul Hipp Dan Truebenbach Tom Hanneman [6]

In 2004, Hanneman won the Ray Scott Award For Excellence in Sports Broadcasting. [7]

Broadcaster of the Week:[8]

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