Tony Gnau is the author of the Amazon #1 Bestseller Lights, Camera, Impact: storytelling, branding, and production tips for engaging corporate videos.
It’s the blueprint for creating videos that connect with your audience and drive business results!
Highly Rated Speaker
Tony speaks about storytelling and video communications with corporate teams and at major conferences all over the nation.
If you need someone who can engage with an audience and deliver plans people can put into action today, Tony is your guy!
Need some proof? He’s been invited to speak at Content Marketing World five years straight, so he must being something right.😜
- former newspaper writer
- former TV news anchor/reporter
- current corporate video producer
- video marketing speaker
- author of Lights, Camera, Impact
- 3 Emmy Awards
- 5 Associated Press Awards
- 18 Telly Awards
- Amazon #1 Bestseller
- Readers’ Favorite, 5-stars
Best Sound Bite Ever!
Tony’s all-time favorite story he covered as a TV news reporter was a politician’s memorial service. Probably because it contains his all-time favorite sound bite. Can you pick it out? 😆
- The Mayor (Emmy Award Winner)
The Story Behind the “T60” Name
You’d never know it based on his size, but Tony Gnau was a walk-on football player for the University of Southern California Trojans, and he made the team all four years he was in school.
Hence the company name… T… Trojan, 60… his football number.
What position did he play?
“I was a tackling dumby,” said Tony. “Very important position.” 😆
Actually, the only position he ever played in a game was long snapper on punts and field goals. He got into four games and recorded two solo-tackles.
Tony lives in a house full of females and loves them more than anything.
- wife, daughter, dog, cat
Tony invented a title for himself because he didn’t think President or Founder accurately described the passion for his job.
- Chief Storytelling Officer
Tony can quote two movies word-for-word.
- Star Wars: A New Hope
- Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Tony believes this is the last of the holidays during the holiday season and holds to a 30+ year family tradition of always serving sloppy joes.
- Super Bowl
Oh yeah… this is how you pronounce “Gnau”