Steve Malzberg Biography, Age, Net Worth, Education, Facebook, Wife

Steve Malzberg Biography

Steve Malzberg is an American television and radio host, syndicated columnist, as well as a prominent pro-zionist political commentator. He hosted The Steve Malzberg Show, cable news and opinion show on Newsmax TV.

Steve Malzberg is one of America’s strongest and most recognizable voices. Steve spent some 5 years in PM-Drive at WOR Radio in NYC, where his show was syndicated to 75 stations across the country. Steve has been heard filling on various shows all over America. He has had a winning track record during his 35 years in the Talk Radio industry. He spent 24 years at WABC Radio in New York before his time at WOR.

His unique hard-hitting conservative style mixed with a contagious sense of humor has made him a regular on several cables shows over the years on the Fox News Channel, CNN, and yes, even MSNBC. Steve is perhaps best known for his ability to snag the top newsmakers of the moment for interviews and using his warm engaging personality to get his guests to open up. Steve’s ability to bring that same passion from behind the microphone to live audiences has made him a successful and sought after speaker.

Steve has been recognized by Talkers Magazine as one of the nation’s, “Top 100 Talk Show Hosts” several times. He has won several Achievement in Radio Awards For “Best Interview” in both the news and sports areas, and he has been honored by many groups like the NYC PBA, who selected him as their 2004 Man of the Year/ Steve has also hosted pre and post-game shows for the New York Yankees, New York Jets, and New Jersey Devils.

Steve Malzberg Age

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Steve Malzberg photo

He was born on April 20, 1959. He is currently 60 years. He is a resident of Fair Lawn, New Jersey. He belongs to a Jewish family and was raised in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn.

Steve Malzberg Net Worth

His net worth is under review.

Steve Malzberg Education

In regards to his education, he attended Lafayette High School Brooklyn in 1973 and completed his high school in 1976. He completed his high school in 1976 and joined Brooklyn College at City University of New York and graduated in 1982 obtaining his Bachelor’s degree in TV and Radio.

Steve worked at 77 WABC in New York City as a political talk host and sports commentator for over 25 years. In 2004, he joined radio station, WWRL-1600 AM in New York City and hosted an early morning show but left in July 2005 after his team was dismissed. He has also worked as substitute talk show host on various news shows, including Heartland, Dayside, Hannity & Colmes, Fox & Friends, The O’Reilly Factor and different programs on CNN, Fox News and MSNBC.

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He hosted pre-, post-and half-time shows from New York Jets in the mid-eighties, pre-and post-games demonstrates from New York Yankees in 1990, and pre-and post-game shows from New Jersey Devils in 1996 and 1997. In 2004, Malzberg joined the employees of radio station WWRL-1600 AM in New York City where he co-hosted an early morning show with columnist Karen Hunter from New York Daily News. The short-lived morning on July 2005.

Malzberg came back to WABC in 2006 to broadcast short commentary segments on sports. He has also served as a substitute talk show host (on radio and television) and political pundit on numerous cable news shows throughout his career, including Heartland (hosted by Ohio John Kasich’s Republican Governor), Fox & Friends, Hannity & Colmes, The O’Reilly Factor, Dayside, and several other programs on the F.

He has been a host and commentator on cable-news channel MSNBC, and CNN. He was a frequent contributor to Phil Donahue’s MSNBC show. In May 2007, Malzberg replaced Lionel as an evening host on WOR in New York and on the nationally syndicated WOR Radio Network. The Steve Malzberg Show initially aired in the late-night time slot, but aired live on the network from 4 to 6 PM ET Monday through Friday.

Malzberg announced on his private website on September 1, 2011, that his agreement had not been renewed by WOR. Former New York Governor David Paterson filled the slot.

Malzberg was featured on Newsmax TV’s The Steve Malzberg Show from February 2013 to October 2017. His first guest on his first Newsmax show was Donald Trump, whom he interviewed several times during the 2016 presidential campaign, including three occasions. Malzberg commonly reported on Real Clear Politics, Breitbart, Mediaite and Newsbuste with his hard-hitting interview style.

Steve Malzberg Wife

Steve had been married to Marie Malzberg before, with whom he shares a child. Their connection struck the wrong turn and ended sadly as their connection was broken up by the divorced duo. Talking with New York Daily News on March 16, 1998, the American guest recited his greatest talent stating he had the power to keep going with little or no sleep. He also added not being willing to spend his time with his spouse, Mary, the most prominent headache in his life.

He’s proud of his 18-year-old son, though. Steve said his son, though only 13 years old, was incredible in an interview with on February 5, 2013. He also stated that his son enjoyed playing basketball and hockey and had A’s in his exam mostly. He also flaunted that his son knew about politics and the activities surrounding the workplace despite his young era. The connection between father and son is quite pleasant as Steve has proclaimed his life to be his son.

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Steve Malzberg Leaves Newsmax

Newsmax Media, Inc. has launched its first live-streaming TV program with the premiere of “The Steve Malzberg Show” on Monday. The show hosted by the veteran radio personality originates from the company’s studios in New York City through its Newsmax Broadcasting LLC and airs weekdays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. EST on Newsmax TV. It will also be carried live on SiriusXM’s Channel 166 nationwide and will begin airing on major terrestrial radio stations in the near future.

The Steve Malzberg radio and TV simulcast is unique for talk, focused on breaking news and featuring fast-changing topics and guests, combined with cutting-edge viewer and listener interaction through the Internet. Steve and his “A list” group of opinion-makers offer listeners the news they need to know with sharp and opinionated commentary.

The premiere kicked off with an interview with Leigh Anne Tuohy, mother of Baltimore Ravens’ player Michael Oher. Tuohy was portrayed by Sandra Bullock in the movie “The Blind Side.” Next up was billionaire mogul Donald Trump, who offered his thoughts on the future of the Republican Party, and Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy, who spoke with Steve about the passing of former New York City Mayor Ed Koch.

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