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Adnan Virk is a sports anchor, currently for ESPN. He was previously an anchor for Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment's Raptors NBA TV, Leafs TV and Gol TV. Until June 2009 he hosted several programs on The Score, and was previously an associate producer for Sportscentre at TSN. He was also the co-host of Omniculture and Bollywood Boulevard at Omni Television.
In 1972, his parents immigrated to Canada from Pakistan. He was born in Toronto, but spent his formative years in Morven, Ontario, a small town just outside of Kingston. After graduating from high school, he took radio and television arts at Ryerson University in Canada.
In 2009, he joined Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) as a host and reporter for Raptors TV, Leafs TV and Gol TV Canada. He left in April 2010 to join the ESPN family of stations in Bristol, Connecticut. It is planned that starting the 2013 MLB Season, he will anchor Baseball Tonight replacing Steve Berthiaume.
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