BUSY is the only word that can describe Florence Anthony. The host of the daily radio feature "Gossip To Go With Flo" syndicated by Jones Radio Network, "Flo," is also the President/Editor-In-Chief of Black Elegance Magazine, which boasts a national circulation of 200,000 and writes a weekly column called "Go With the Flo" in the New York Amsterdam News, Philadelphia Sunday Sun, BRE and Dallas Examiner. Flo's daily radio feature is in 30 markets which include WJLB Detroit, K-104 Dallas, WAMO Pittsburgh, KMEZ New Orleans and V101.9 Charlotte.
A graduate of Howard University, with post-graduate studies at the University of Michigan and Northwestern University, Flo was the first African-American woman to work in the sports and entertainment departments at the New York Post, and the first African-American woman in the nation to work on a gossip page: the Post's highly revered Page Six. When she left the New York Post, she became the first African-American woman to write a column for a tabloid. She headed up the Eye on the Stars column in the National Examiner from 1994-2001.
Flo's career covering celebrities began in the mid '80s when she worked as a press agent for Larry Holmes, Muhammad Ali, Michael Spinks, Saoul Mamby, Matthew Saad Muhammad.........Using the press rooms of Las Vegas as a classroom, she quickly moved up the ranks of the sportsworld, eventually publishing her own sports magazine, Gladiator.
A familiar face on television, Florence has been seen on many talk shows and networks, including Sally, Maury Povich, Ricki Lake, Montel Williams, Matt Lauer's Stars and Legends, the E! True Hollywood Story, CNN, MSNBC, BET, Extra, Inside Edition, and Entertainment Tonight.
The author of the bestselling novel "Keeping Secrets, Telling Lies," Florence resides in New York City.