Radio & TV Personality
Jeremy Maggs has been a journalist for over 20 years and has worked across all media platforms - newspapers, radio, television and magazines.
He studied at Natal Technikon and later at Wits Business School and started his career as a cadet reporter The Herald newspaper in Port Elizabeth and late moved to the Sunday Tribune in Durban.
still writes a weekly column for The Herald called Daze of My Life.
He then spent 10 years at Radio 702 eventually rising to Head of News and was instrumental in developing the Eyewitness News brand.
then ventured into television and was lead anchor on am today on SABC2 and hosted the hit quiz show Who Wants to be a Millionaire for its four season.
Until recently Maggs was also the advertising and media writer on the Financial Mail and was responsible for the yearly industry review called Ad Focus.
now publishes his
own review of the industry called The Annual.
He'll continue to watch the industry with a new programme on the e-news channel called Maggs
He is also a director of a custom publishing company that has over 20 specialist titles in its stable and also runs a small media strategy and consulting company.