Lagogianes was previously the host of Live at 5 before they changed the format of the show and changed the time from 5pm-5:30pm. He anchored the weeknight news. He was also previously the host of AutoShop.
Lagogianes graduated from Ryerson University with a bachelor's degree in radio and television arts. After graduation, he began work in 1988 as a camera operator for local Toronto television station Citytv and national music network MuchMusic, which at the time were both owned by CHUM Limited. He became a "videographer" for the CityPulse news programme in 1990, subsequently becoming a host and reporter for the national Bravo! arts network. He has also served as co-host of the national dance music series Electric Circus, and as an interviewer for Citytv's MovieTelevision, a programme which has been syndicated internationally in more than 90 countries.
- City tv personalities:George Lagogianes, Cityty.com, July 7, 1999. Retrieved cached version 2008-02-14.
- Electric Circus returns to 'Much', Toronto Sun, December 30, 2006. Retrieved 2008-02-14.
- A History of Canadian Programming: Movie Television, Canadian Communications Foundation, March 2005. Retrieved 2008-02-14.
- Film Policy Review Submission to Department of Canadian Heritage by Jay Switzer, Vice President Programming, CHUM Television, March 20, 1998, Retrieved 2008-02-14.
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