Megan Robinson brings her deep love of sports to the Global News team as Sports Anchor.
Robinson knew from a young age that storytelling was what she wanted to do as a career. In the company of her Papa, George, you could often find Robinson listening to baseball or hockey on a small, red radio. That’s when Robinson fell in love with sports.
She volunteered at a local radio station in Toronto at the age of 15 and continued to volunteer and intern at various networks through her Radio and Television studies at Ryerson University. Upon completion of her degree, Robinson packed up and moved to Calgary in 2011 where she was a sports reporter and anchor for 660 News, and a sports host and writer for Sportsnet 960, later writing for Sportsnet.ca.
After two-plus seasons of covering sports and local events in Calgary as well as award-winning coverage of the 2013 Alberta Floods, Robinson returned home to Toronto in December 2013. Upon her return, Robinson took on a role at Sportsnet 590 and 680 News where she spent over two seasons in the field covering the Toronto Maple Leafs, Raptors, and Blue Jays reporting day-to-day breaking news, and team updates.
Robinson joined Global in spring of 2015 and now brings her in-field reporting skills, on-air talent, and sports knowledge to the Global News sports team.