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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

Warm weather brings concerns over crowding, masking in Kitchener parks

Warm weather brings concerns over crowding, masking in Kitchener parks

Residents encouraged to enjoy outdoors for physical, mental wellbeing – though public health measures still apply
Kitchener hires Suzanne Charles Watson as Director of Equity, Anti-Racism and Indigenous Initiatives team

Kitchener hires Suzanne Charles Watson as Director of Equity, Anti-Racism and Indigenous Initiatives team

The five-person team will support equity, diversity and inclusion at City of Kitchener
Regional councillors vote to extend face-covering bylaw

Regional councillors vote to extend face-covering bylaw

It was set to expire at the end of May
COVID creating ‘perfect wave of social discontent’ as region sees continuing demonstrations despite health measures

COVID creating ‘perfect wave of social discontent’ as region sees continuing demonstrations despite health measures

Past weekend saw anti-lockdown, anti-racism rallies in community despite stay-at-home order
Extended stay-at-home likely to mean more challenge for business, but necessary: K-W Chamber CEO

Extended stay-at-home likely to mean more challenge for business, but necessary: K-W Chamber CEO

Stay-at-home order set to expire May 20, health experts advise extension to keep case numbers down
Hundreds attend ‘No More Lockdowns’ rally in Uptown Waterloo

Hundreds attend ‘No More Lockdowns’ rally in Uptown Waterloo

Sunday’s event included speeches from Trinity Bible Chapel’s Pastor and MPP Randy Hillier
‘Same money, same message’: Provincial announcement of online learning option leaves local teachers unions frustrated

‘Same money, same message’: Provincial announcement of online learning option leaves local teachers unions frustrated

Mixed messaging and potential for disruption leaves local OECTA, ETFO presidents waiting for more
Local company target of ‘review bombing’ after locking doors to Trinity Bible Chapel

Local company target of ‘review bombing’ after locking doors to Trinity Bible Chapel

G&A Lock and Security flooded with hundreds of reviews after being contracted for lawful court order
Conestoga College to receive millions to deliver long term care assistant training program

Conestoga College to receive millions to deliver long term care assistant training program

Nearly $5M over two years to train 500 individuals, aiming to address need for more trained care workers
Texting tool helps eligible Ontarians find local clinics offering COVID-19 vaccine

Texting tool helps eligible Ontarians find local clinics offering COVID-19 vaccine

Developed in a matter of hours, users need only to provide their postal code for a list of participating locations