Miranda Anthistle Biography
When we mention some of the Asian Canadians representing their race in media we cannot fail to mention, Miranda Anthistle. She is a journalist, producer, reporter, and anchor working for Global News Television. Prior to her current opportunity, Miranda was working as an anchor on CTV Toronto and CP24. Her passion for journalism, storytelling and the pursuit of authentic news make her a sweetheart to many Canadians who loves watching news. We did a background check on her and here is what we found.
Miranda Anthistle Age and Personal Life
The 34 or 35-year-old was born on 24th January in London, England. However, her family relocated to Toronto, Canada where they raised her. Miranda later moved to California and Brazil for a year before returning to Canada. The journalist has placed her career as a priority. Other factors such as husband, marriage, and children come secondary as of 2022. However, she is in a relationship with Colin Mac.
Miranda Anthistle Education
Miranda comes from a family that places value on Education. This made her a high performer in junior, middle, and high school. She started schooling at R. H Academy in Scarborough, Ontario. Later, she joined Queen’s University where she pursued a degree in English Language and Literature and a minor in the Spanish Language. After graduating she joined Humber College for a certificate in Journalism and a Postgraduate degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Miranda Anthistle Career
Anthistle learned to be active from her parents who told her the only way to have a good life was through working. When she was 15, Anthistle worked as a Park attendant in a children’s village and later as a ride operator. By the time she was joining college, Miranda knew she would become a newscaster.
At Humber College, she wrote articles, edited and published newspapers. This experience gave her opportunities in different media networks. She worked at S@Y News as a reporter, News and Sports, and Entertainment Anchor. Here, she had the opportunity to research and create her stories, build weather maps and operate Cameras. She then joined Fine Cut Magazine as a Photo Editor and Fact-Checker. Her responsibility was to create credible content for the network.
Her biggest opportunity was during an internship at CBS News where she organized interviews, managed phone calls, and assisted in the production of shows. Miranda started working at 96.9FM Radio Rumber as a Newsreader and Reporter. She had the duty to research news, manage the flow of shows and produce field reports.
Her breakthrough came in 2011 when she got an opportunity at CTV first as an Intern and later as a Chase Producer. This exposed her to the big world of the media industry. After 10 months at CTV Miranda joined Jim Pattison Broadcast Group as Senior News Reporter and Fill-in Anchor for CHAT-TV. She had the opportunity to join the team that covered floods in Canada.
In May 2014, Miranda joined CHCH as a videographer, Anchor, and Reporter. Then she joined CP24 and late CTV Toronto where she had the opportunity to cover high-profile events such as Gord Downie’s death, the Bombay Bhel Restaurant Explosion, Jian Ghomeshi Trail, and other major breaking News.
She joined Global News as News Reporter and then to a full-time anchor in 2020. At Global, she has covered national and international events such as the Inauguration of President Joe Biden and the impeachment of Donald Trump. She has also covered Joe Biden’s visit to Saudi Arabia and the Rogers Outage Fallout.
She has also covered exciting news like the interview with photojournalist Joanne McArthur who got awarded wildlife photographer of the Year for her photo of baby minks. Miranda was also part of the team that aired the coronation of King Charles’.
Miranda Anthistle Height and Salary
Miranda Anthistle has roots in Asia. She has been at the forefront of fighting against Asian Racism which skyrocketed after Covid-19 hit the world. Miranda, together with Tracy Tong, Sophie Liem Vu, and others are mobilizing efforts to fight this Hidden Hate. This has made Miranda a highly influential figure in Canada.
She also recognized the efforts of trailblazers like Dr. Vivienne Poy the first Canadian Senator coming from the Asian race and the champion of fighting for Asian recognition in Canada.
She has also been able to earn a decent income showing others that Asians are as competitive as other people. At Global News, Anthistle earns approximately $70,000 per year. Miranda also has a good physique making her perfect for anchoring news. She has clear articulation of words, her skin is light and her hair is long and brown. Her height is app. 5 feet and 8 inches. She often partners with Antony Robart