|Born||Stephen Anthony Gomes
2 April 1959
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Steve Anthony (born Stephen Anthony Gomes on 2 April 1959 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian television host. He gained attention throughout Canada as a MuchMusic host, or "VJ" from May 1987 to November 1995.
In 1986 Anthony moved from Montreal's CKGM to take the drive shift on Toronto's Q107. He left the following year to join Much Music.
Anthony was a weekday afternoon host on Toronto radio station 99.9 Mix FM, prior to its August 2008 conversion to the Virgin Radio format. He was also a panelist on the 2006 program MuchMusic VJ Search, a competition of prospective hosts for MuchMusic.
Beginning in March 2009, Anthony started working at CP24 (and CP24 Breakfast) as a news reporter on the CP24 news chopper, known as Chopper 24. As of September 2009, Anthony is the co-host of CP24 Breakfast alongside CP24's Melissa Grelo.
Anthony is also the Radio Imaging voice of many radio and television stations in North America. His voice can be heard on stations including SiriusXM NHL Network Radio, Faith-FM and more.
Anthony has been awarded with the Top Choice Award for three consecutive years.
- mid-1980s: CKGM-AM, Montreal
- 1986-1987: CILQ-FM, (Q107) Toronto - radio afternoon show
- 1987-1989: CFNY-FM, Toronto - radio morning show
- 1987-1995: MuchMusic - VJ
- 1989- 1994?: Citytv, Toronto - co-host, Breakfast Television
- 1998-2001: CHOM-FM, Montreal - radio morning show
- 2001: MuchMusic, 2001: A Space Road Odyssey - television special
- 2001-2003: Mix 99.9, Toronto - radio morning show with Carla Collins
- 2003-2008: Mix 99.9, Toronto - radio afternoon show
- 2006: MuchMusic, VJ Search - panelist
- 2009: CP24, - Chopper 24 news reporter
- Sirius Satellite Radio / Iceberg 85
- CP24- Steve Anthony - CTV News, Shows and Sports -- Canadian Television Retrieved on May 16, 2009.
- "Astral Radio Launches 'Orbyt'". Broadcaster. 5 November 2008. Retrieved 2008-11-05.
- Orbyt Media: New Content
- Steve Anthony's Official Webpage
- The Spirit of Radio: Steve Anthony
- McCann, Mike (26 October 1998). "Steve Anthony returns to CHOM-FM". Chart. Archived from the original on 2000-10-27. Retrieved 2008-11-26.
- South, Al; Argent, Roger (19 November 1998). "Rant Line". Montreal Mirror. Retrieved 2008-11-05.
- Yahoo group: Radio in Montreal: Steve Anthony leaving CHOM-FM, 20 May 2001
- Steve Anthony's bio from the VJ Search website
- Celebrity Spaces: Steve Anthony
- Steve Anthony and his home audience
- CP24 Host Steve Anthony Kicks Truck, Has Hip Replaced (VIDEO)
- INTERVIEW: STEVE ANTHONY REFLECTS ON MUCHMUSIC’S 30TH ANNIVERSARY
- Steve Anthony is Surgically Hip
- 5 of the original MuchMusic VJs are reunited in 2013
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