Stephanie Smyth Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, CP24, Net Worth, Salary, and Instagram

Stephanie Smyth is a Canadian Managing Editor and News Anchor/Reporter working for CP24. She joined the station in June of 2008.

Stephanie Smyth Bio, Wiki

Stephanie Smyth is a Canadian Managing Editor and News Anchor/Reporter working for CP24. She joined the station in June 2008.

Stephanie Smyth Age, Birthday, DOB

Smyth was born in Toronto, Canada. She likes to keep her personal life private hence she has not yet disclosed the date, month, or the year she was born. However, she might be in her 50s.

Stephanie Smyth Height

Smyth stands at a height of approximately 5 feet 4 inches (1.63 m).

Stephanie Smyth Family, Parents

Smyth was raised in Toronto, Canada. She has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if Smyth has any siblings.

Stephanie Smyth Husband, married

Smyth is married to her lovely spouse, Paul Cook, a Managing Editor & Morning Anchor at 680News. The couple takes great pride in being mom and dad to their 4 children; Reed, Harrison, Honor, and Spencer. When Smyth is not at work, she likes spending time with her husband, children, and their German Shepherd dog, DeVere.The family happily resides in Toronto.

Stephanie Smyth Net Worth

Smyth has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million-$5 Million which she has earned through her successful career as a Managing Editor and News Anchor/Reporter.

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Stephanie Smyth

Stephanie Smyth Salary

Smyth earns an annual salary ranging from $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.

Stephanie Smyth Education

Smyth is a proud alumnus of Fanshawe College as well as the University of Western Ontario. She first graduated from the University of Western Ontario in the year 1986 with a Bachelor of Arts in Politics and Sociology. From Fanshawe College, she graduated with a  diploma in Broadcast Journalism. During her stint at the University of Western Ontario, she worked as a writer at The Gazette newspaper and was a member of Pi Beta Phi Women’s Fraternity.

Stephanie Smyth 680News

Smyth has worked for 680News where she served as an anchor/reporter. At 680News, Smyth also served as an anchor of the morning news on 98.1 CHFI with Erin Davis and Don Daynard. She rose to senior levels as News Director at 680News in the year 1999, where she was the leading the coverage of the tumultuous events of 9/11 and the contested 2000 U.S. presidential election. Her work and efforts helped 680News become the first radio station in Canada to win the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Newscast.

Stephanie Smyth Career

Smyth serves at CP24 as Managing Editor and News Anchor. As a managing editor, she is responsible for leading the CP24 breaking news and assignment desk. As a news anchor, she anchors the station’s LIVE@5 andLIVE@5:30 every weeknight. Since joining the station, she has helped in developing a dynamic team that thrives on working in a fast-paced and breaking news environment. Also, she has been covering the news that brings a direct impact on the Greater Toronto Hamilton Area, as well as the lives of people in Toronto.

Smyth works as Managing Editor and News Anchor on CP24. She has over two and a half decades of news and news programming experience. Throughout her career, she has experienced all facets of broadcast news including assignment editor roles, news anchoring and reporting, commentary, and news-talk radio.

Smyth began her journalism career in the year 1987 on radio, at 1290 CKBK in London, Ontario. There she served as a news anchor/reporter. From there, she moved to CJCL in Toronto in the year 1989, as an anchor/reporter. In the year 1992, Smyth went to work for The FAN 1430, Canada‚Äôs first all-sports radio station, as a morning co-host/traffic reporter. After that, she joined 680News in the year 1993. Smyth began his TV career in the year 2003 at Global Television in Toronto as a News Director. The station won an RTDNA News Coverage Award under her leadership. In the year 2005, Smyth became News Director at AM640 Toronto Radio.

Smyth formerly served as a Vice-President of RTNDA Canada and was a supporter of Canadian Journalists for Free Expression. She was also a member of the Canadian Women in Communications.

Stephanie Smyth CP24

Smyth is currently working at CP24 where she works alongside other famous CP24 anchors and reporters including;

  1. Chris Potter
  2. George Lagogianes
  3. Mika Midolo
  4. Bill Coulter
  5. Jackie Crandles
  6. Jee-Yun Lee
  7. Jamie Gutfreund

Stephanie Smyth Social Media Platforms

Smyth is active on her social media accounts and is often seen posting on her Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. She has over 1600 followers on Instagram.

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