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Corban Baker

Corban was born and raised in Youngstown Ohio and, shortly after graduating high school in 2003, joined the US Marine Corps. After serving three tours, including two to Iraq in a five year enlistment, Corban enrolled at Youngstown State University. He graduated in May 2012 with a Bachelor's Degree in Telecommunications and broke into the television business as a sports photographer.

He worked as a camera operator and production specialist, sub-contracting with Fox Sports and ESPN. Corban joined KMIR in the Fall of 2012 as a Production Specialist and eventually worked his way up to part time sports reporter for the very popular Friday Night Lights segment.  Local sports fans loved this segment for their opportunity to vote on High School Football games that Corban can cover and show highlights from. He then moved up to weekend reporter and hosted the Olympic Zone on Fridays and Saturdays During the Olympics.

 
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