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Luke Schulz

Luke Schulz

Luke graduated from the Radio Broadcasting program at Conestoga College in 2017. Luke has experience in production, promotions, technical operation, announcing and reporting - garnered from a young, exciting career in the field of broadcasting.

Luke joined the Rogers Radio Group in March of 2017 in the promotions department, meeting our listeners face-to-face - and occasionally giving out some pretty great prizes, too. From filling in occasionally for Paul Herriot on 570's talk shows, to overnight operation of Kitchener Rangers games, Luke has worked to find his way to the position of reporter and anchor - where he contributes regularly on-air and online.

In his spare time, Luke enjoys spending time with his fiancé, or running his close group of friends through a harrowing adventure of Dungeons & Dragons. He's also quite the music nerd and is constantly looking for the latest and greatest from any and all musical genres.

Recent Work by Luke

Uptown Waterloo welcomes costumed critters for Treats in the Streets experience

Uptown Waterloo welcomes costumed critters for Treats in the Streets experience

From 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday
‘Every bit helps’: Guelph Chamber of Commerce CEO asks for tax break for local distilleries

‘Every bit helps’: Guelph Chamber of Commerce CEO asks for tax break for local distilleries

Chamber CEO said break deserved for first to step up and shift operations throughout pandemic
UW student group calls on school to divest in fossil fuels, related industries

UW student group calls on school to divest in fossil fuels, related industries

The co-chair of Fossil Free UW is calling divestment a moral, financially prudent choice for a greener future
Waterloo Region to receive over $6.5M in provincial funds for social services

Waterloo Region to receive over $6.5M in provincial funds for social services

Part of the Social Services Relief Fund, to be allocated for increased shelter capacity and construction of modular housing units
GRT public art display misused to display hate symbol in Cambridge

GRT public art display misused to display hate symbol in Cambridge

Grand River Transit is following through with Waterloo Regional Police for investigation
Local events production company looks to bring Halloween bash to your family

Local events production company looks to bring Halloween bash to your family

The family friendly virtual event will be hosted on streaming platform Twitch, feature local DJs
Kitchener Public Library to host November financial literacy program for adults

Kitchener Public Library to host November financial literacy program for adults

The ABC Life Literacy Canada program looks to improve money management, build foundational skills for adult learners
Cambridge council votes to move Ainslie Street development to staff for recommendation

Cambridge council votes to move Ainslie Street development to staff for recommendation

Proposed development will include two residential towers, ground floor commercial unit
University of Waterloo to launch Racial Equity Board Game Showcase

University of Waterloo to launch Racial Equity Board Game Showcase

Showcase offers opportunity for students, staff, faculty and researchers to contribute to anti-racism work
Waterloo Public & Catholic boards cancel secondary school exams for all quadmesters

Waterloo Public & Catholic boards cancel secondary school exams for all quadmesters

Change from Ministry of Education does not require 30% final evaluation for 2020-2021 school year
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