Cam Stewart (sportscaster)

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Cam Stewart (a.k.a.: Red Heat, The Raging Red Head) (born April 4, 1975), is a Canadian sports broadcaster[1] who hosted the radio program Red Heat on the defunct The Score Satellite Radio and co-hosted Live @theScore and Score on the NFL on The Score Television Network. Other roles on the Score Satellite Radio included co-hosting Drive This!, "Morency" "Covers Experts" and "24in30". He grew up in the Greater Toronto area where he had a memorable high school football career in which he once recorded 4 sacks in a single game. Cam spent time in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories where he was first introduced into the sports media industry.[2]

He is currently a contributor to the FNTSY Sports Network appearing alongside Gabriel Morency and can also be heard on John Oakley's radio program on AM 640 in Toronto. Stewart is John's guest each Monday and Friday as the show wraps up from 6:30 to 7:00 pm. Although Cam's role is expected to be talking about sports and gambling, he somehow manages to address the problems and topics of the modern world with his own special brand of irreverence and humour.

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  1. ^ "Soccer fanatics score with GolTV". CANOE. November 18, 2005. Retrieved 16 August 2012.
  2. ^ "Cam Stewart from The Score". NextSportStar. November 30, 2012. Archived from the original on 20 June 2016. Retrieved 24 August 2016.

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