Steve LeVeille

Steve LeVeille

Steve LeVeille has worked in radio for 25 years and has been with WBZ since 1991. Since June of 1999 he has hosted “The Steve LeVeille Broadcast” on WBZ from midnight to 5 a.m. weekdays. The call-in program features discussions of current news events, politics and consumer issues with a mix of light topics.

LeVeille, a Boston-area native, began his career at all-news WEEI in 1977 as a news writer and producer. He worked for ABC News in New York as an assignment editor and writer from 1980 to 1986. From 1991 to 1997 LeVeille worked for Monitor Radio as a program host and news anchor on nationally and internationally broadcast programs. He was also heard frequently as a news anchor on WBUR in the 1990s.

Of the awards he has won for excellence in broadcasting Steve’s favorite is the 1988 Associated Press Massachusetts Broadcasters award for Best Sports Commentary for pieces he did for WAAF.
LeVeille is a graduate of Emerson College and lives in the Boston area with his wife, Diane.

Visit Steve’s website at www.radiosteve.com

Comments (3)
  1. June says:

    It’s June from Canada, miss talking to you lately, I have had seven strokes, now
    I have heart trouble, will know more after november 24.
    Had six inches of snow on halloween !!!

  2. Val says:

    Hey Steve, please do more Max report.
    Also what is your website, the one you got don’t work,(radiosteve.com).

  3. Loraine DeMuynck says:

    Hi Steve: Sorry I missed your original program with Russ Trailor. I was on a 2 week vacation in Spain & Portugal. Heard Russ at the tail end of your program last night, Apr 3, 2012. Please send me the website or how I can get to the podcast.

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