Anthony Antoine

Anthony Antoine

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.


  • 2016 Emmy Nominee


  • Bowling Green State University

Recent Articles by Anthony

Jobless claims spike in Virginia after coronavirus outbreak; here’s who is currently hiring

  Richmond nurse gives back to the homeless

  ‘I don’t think you can predict it’: A look at what’s expected from Super Tuesday

  Super Tuesday: Everything you need to know for Virginia’s Democratic primary election

  Latest Virginia poll puts Biden in front, ahead of ‘Super Tuesday’

  'You were an angel to us’: Nurse goes above and beyond to help family

  Historic Third Street Bethel AME Church to celebrate 170 years

  The story of Barbara Johns and the road to integrated schools in Virginia

  Unique talent brings smiles to hospital visitors

  Acts of Kindness: Chesterfield instructor honored for hitting all the right chords

  Richmond man gives back to homeless community

  5th grade teacher loses house to fire, only misses 1 day of school

  Fundraiser set up to buy Letterman Jackets for Thomas Jefferson Vikings

  Watch: Anthony Antoine spreads some Thanksgiving cheer

  Family grateful for Henrico teacher’s life-changing work with daughter with autism

  Chesterfield teacher makes positive changes for students at school

  Battle Behind the Ball: Man shares his cancer story ahead of Cattle Baron’s Ball

  ‘Let kindness guide your path’: Acts of Kindness recipient gives award to help fight cancer

  Richmond nonprofit Boots to Suits helps veterans transition into civilian careers

  Teachers gifted $100 to ‘clear the list’ as school begins

  ‘Labor of love’: Henrico mother helps people with disabilities

  Overcoming tragedy: Student who lost mother in crash gifted school supplies

  Fitness instructor awarded for helping children with special needs

  Pharmacy tech’s customer service ‘is the best form of medicine’

  Richmond woman runs camp to keep kids active, affordable for parents

  Henrico woman runs errands for seniors while caring for disabled mother

  Chemistry teacher for 3 decades finds special ways to connect with students

  Circles RVA volunteer recognized for her tireless work

  Richmond pastor spreads message of kindness in simple ways

  ‘It’s a place where I get to love him’: St. Jude helps 4-year-old cancer patient free of charge