Anthony comes to Richmond after spending 6 years at the CBS affiliate in Champaign, Illinois. He started out as a part time camera operator and worked his way up to the weekday morning anchor, and even earned an Emmy nomination.
Anthony was born in Trinidad and Tobago, he migrated to the U.S at the age of ten with his family, and New Jersey’s been home ever since. After graduating from Saint Anthony High School, he went on to further his education at Bowling Green State University in Ohio.
While in college he interned at CBS in Los Angeles, California working on shows like Entertainment Tonight, Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy. He says it was an experience of a lifetime. He’s a proud member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Incorporated, and in 2009, he graduated with a degree in Telecommunications and a minor in Ethnic Studies.
Anthony, his wife, and their two dogs are happy to call Richmond home and they’re looking forward to experiencing everything the city has to offer.
For 25 years, Rev. Dr. Robert Diggs Sr. at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Petersburg has been laying the spiritual foundation for his members, rebuilding his community, and now he’s addressing their physical health in the pandemic.
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