2004 Alumni Hall of Fame Honoree

Co-anchor, NBC 10 News, Philadelphia

Steve Levy co-anchors NBC 10 News Today (5-7 AM) Monday through Friday. He joined WCAU in May 1982 as co-anchor of the 6 PM evening news. He also co-anchored the noon news and the # 1 rated magazine show, 10 Around Town, for WCAU in the mid 1980s.


Born and raised in South Philadelphia, Levy moved to the Logan section of the city where he attended Olney High School. While serving as president of his senior class he became interested in broadcasting. He attended Temple University, and in 1970, graduated with a degree in communication and speech.


In 1973, he joined WNYS-TV in Syracuse, N.Y., where he worked as sports Anchor.


Levy returned to Philadelphia in 1974 and joined KYW-TV as a sportscaster. A year later, he moved across town and joined WPVl-TV where he was sports and weather anchor for the next six years.


Levy is very devoted to causes that benefit children. Currently, he serves on the board of directors of the Ronald McDonald House in Philadelphia, and previously served on the boards of the March of Dimes and the Special Olympics.


As a native Philadelphian, Levy said, “it’s been remarkable spending my career working in my hometown. Most people aren’t that lucky.”


Levy lives in suburban Philadelphia and is the father of two children, a daughter, Melissa, and a son, Michael.