Chagmion Antoine

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Chagmion Antoine
Born April 21, 1982
Nationality American
Occupation Journalist
Known for CBS News

Chagmion Antoine (born April 21, 1982) is an American broadcast journalist, best known for her work at CBS News.

Career[edit]

Antoine graduated from Alfred University in 2004.[1]

Hired by CBS in 2005, she has worked exclusively as an anchor/general assignment reporter for CBS News on Logo, a division of CBS News that provides programming for Logo, Viacom's 24-hour gay network.

Antoine is also known for her stint as the host of Logo's weekly online talkshow She Said What. The show is featured on the website AfterEllen.com and has been described a lesbian version of The View.[2] Antoine is joined by co-hosts Staceyann Chin, Lauren Blitzer, and the site's creator Sarah Warn.

Antoine is the first openly bisexual newscaster to be featured on a major news program. In the December 2008 issue of Curve magazine, Kristin A. Smith wrote, "As a bisexual woman of color on an all-gay news network, Antoine is paving new ground in the business."[3]

Other media appearances[edit]

  • Antoine is included in GO! NYC magazine's 2007 "100 Women We Love" issue.
  • Curve magazine's December 2008 issue features a full-page article on her titled, "Top Ten Reasons We Love Chagmion Antoine".

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alumni, faculty member featured in national quarterly", AU Press Releases, Alfred University, May 24, 2006.
  2. ^ "100 Women We Love: Class of 2007", GO! NYC magazine, June 8-August 3, 2007. page 23.
  3. ^ "Top Ten Reasons We Love Chagmion Antoine", Curve magazine, December 2008. page 72.

External links[edit]