Bradford How

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Bradford How was a MuchMusic VJ from 2000 to 2003. He won the 2000 MuchMusic VJ Search, and became one of the channel's most well-liked video jockeys. After stints hosting Electric Circus and Gonna Meet A Rockstar, among other shows, he left MuchMusic on October 30, 2003 to pursue other ambitions. In 2004, he applied to join VH1, and became a co-host of the channel's Top 20 countdown, alongside another former Muchmusic VJ, Rachel Perry. He also co-hosted with Aamer Haleem. He currently hosts Nick at Nite's "Bet The House" and is a spokesperson for Nationwide Insurance.


  • He is known to have a deep and booming voice and his height is over 6'2.[citation needed]
  • He was raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, getting his start in radio at CKUW-FM, the radio station at the University of Winnipeg.
  • He is quoted as saying "MuchMusic will always be a unique and pivotal point in my professional career. The artists I've seen perform, the people I've met, the places I've been and the afternoons I've spent saying video names and waxing frivolous and philosophic with whoever happened to be watching. Maybe tomorrow I'm going to settle down; until tomorrow the whole world is my home. Thanks for joining me, my little video channel friends."[1]


  • In November 2006, Bradford spent several weeks in Biloxi, MS doing Hurricane Katrina relief work with Urban Life Missions Relief and an AmeriCorps*NCCC team, helping with various construction projects.