Steven Smith (VJ)

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Jeffrey Steven Smith is a video jockey and television personality best known for hosting various shows on the Fuse TV cable network.


Smith's career as a VJ began when he was hired as "the goofy one" for VH1.[citation needed] He hosted several shows, including Top 20 Countdown[citation needed] and Rock Across America,[citation needed] and did interviews with musicians. He was featured on season one of Queer Eye in the episode Helping the Hard-rocking Host.


Smith left Los Angeles, California and VH1 and moved to New York City to begin hosting MMUSA's new program, IMX, in 2003. This evolved into Daily Download in 2004 which ultimately ended two years later. He also hosted Steven's Untitled Rock Show, which ran 701 episodes though December 24, 2008.[citation needed] He co-created the topical comedy series Fuse Action News.[citation needed] In the late 2000s, he hosted the weekly music news program Distortion. As of 2011, he has worked for Chevrolet, covering various musical events.

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