The Remote Anchor for CP24 Breakfast on the weekends and for CP24 during the week, George Lagogianes has been with CP24 since 2007 and has over 20 years of broadcasting experience.
Reporting on everything from the Oscar® red carpet to the frozen tundra of the Arctic, his passion for telling impactful life stories has taken him all over the globe.
In Toronto, Lagogianes has covered many top stories for CP24 ranging from G20 protests in Toronto the summer 2010, Tamil protests in Toronto 2009 that culminated in the occupation of the Gardiner Expressway, the 2009 Tornado touchdown in Vaughan, and the Sunrise propane explosion in August 2008. When he's not covering breaking news, Lagogianes loves to talk to Torontonians about what's going on right in their own backyard.
Lagogianes landed his first job as a personal assistant with CTV Sports at the Calgary Winter Olympics in 1988. From 1989 to 1995 George co-hosted Electric Circus, reported for MuchNews, and worked as a VJ for MuchMusic. This was followed by anchoring news, and hosting Arts & Minds and Live @ the Rehearsal Hall on Bravo!
In 1996, Lagogianes joined Citytv in Toronto as a Cameraman and Live-Eye Videographer. He worked briefly with CBC as a field producer and shooter. In 1997 Lagogianes returned to Citytv as an Anchor and Entertainment Reporter, a position he held until 2005.
Originally from Owen Sound, Ontario; he's a graduate of Ryerson University with a Bachelor of Arts from the Radio Television Arts program.