Steve started as a junior cadet reporting on crime and sport was an opinion columnist and interstate correspondent.
Steve was chief reporter specialising in crime and politics, served as Royal reporter before becoming the daily Chief of Staff and then Deputy Editor.
SYDNEY SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
MELBOURNE HERALD SUN
3AW NEWS-TALK MELBOURNE
Steve was a producer, program and news director and presented Melbourne’s number 1 rated Drive program from 1996 until 2002.
2UE NEWS-TALK SYDNEY
Steve presented Breakfast, Drive and the nationally syndicated Morning program from 2002 until 2010.
MTR NEWS TALK MELBOURNE
Hosted breakfast program and was program director.
2GB-3AW-4BC-2CC and NETWORK STATIONS
Hosted a nationally syndicated Night-time program heard on over 60 stations.
2GB SYDNEY 4BC BRISBANE and 2CC CANBERRA
Networked afternoon talk-back program.
AUSTEREO TRIPLE M MELBOURNE
Hot Breakfast host by Eddie McGuire and Luke Darcy weekly opinion spot.
1ZB NEW ZEALAND
Mike Hosking breakfast program opinion spots twice weekly.
Steve co-hosts Network Ten’s The Project every Monday night for a decade. The Project is a national news and entertainment program with a unique mixture of news and comedy. Steve is a regular guest every Wednesday.
Steve also starred on the reality survival show I’m A Celebrity Get me out Here set in Africa and entertained the contestants with his jungle radio that ran for two seasons of the show.
He has also been a regular guest on:
- Sunrise Seven Network
- Today Show Nine Network and A Current Affair
- Q and A on the ABC
- The Bolt Report Sky News