Steve Clamp

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Steven "Steve" Clamp (born 3 January 1976) is an English broadcast journalist and presenter with ITV Central.


In 1995 his first television role was as a cameraman, editor, presenter and reporter for Chelsea TV. In 1998 he 'transferred' and became a senior reporter for Manchester United TV. In 2000 he began presenting for Sky Sports News and on occasions Sky News; whilst also presenting a weekly phone-in for Manchester United TV.

In January 2002, he joined the BBC West Midlands regional news programmes Midlands Today as a senior sports reporter.[1]

In May 2005, he moved ITV Central and as the main presenter of the East edition of ITV News Central.[2] On 20 February 2009 he was made redundant by the station.[3] He freelanced with ITN, appearing on the ITV News at 5:30, ITV News London and Setanta Sports News. In August 2009 he rejoined ITV Central as sports correspondent and relief newscaster.


Year Title Role Notes
1994-1996 TCC (The children's channel)

Tiny and Crew (Under pseudonym Steve Roberts)

1995–1998 Chelsea TV Presenter and reporter Camerman and editor
1998–2000 Manchester United TV Senior sports reporter
2000–2002 Manchester United TV Presenter
2000–2002 Sky Sports News Sports presenter
2000–2002 Sky News Sports presenter
2002–2005 Midlands Today Senior sports reporter
2005 Inside Out Himself Single episode
2005–2009 ITV News Central News presenter Lead role
2009 - 2012 ITV News at 5:30 News presenter
2009 - 2012 ITV News London News presenter
2009 Setanta Sports News Sports presenter
2009–present ITV News Central Sports correspondent Relief news presenter

Personal life[edit]

On 21 February 2005 the BBC West Midlands regional programme Inside Out revealed that Steve and his then wife had suffered two previous miscarriages.[4] Steve lives in Worcestershire and has two children.


  1. ^ Steve Clamp Linked In
  2. ^ Steve Clamp TV Room +
  3. ^ Shake-up at Central Tonight Nottingham Post, 28 November 2008
  4. ^ Inside Out – Miscarriage BBC, 21 February 2005

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