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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.

Email
luke.schulz@rci.rogers.com

Recent Work by Luke

Region of Waterloo to open emergency shelter in Kitchener

Region of Waterloo to open emergency shelter in Kitchener

Set for 1668 King Street East, the former site of the Schwaben Club, and in close proximity to Eastwood Collegiate Institute
Regional 'COVID-19 Care Clinic' pilot to open in Cambridge

Regional 'COVID-19 Care Clinic' pilot to open in Cambridge

Set to open as a temporary location on Pinebush Road, local hospitals say the location will serve as a 'one stop shop' for COVID-19 care
GRT to pause service for National Day of Mourning on Monday

GRT to pause service for National Day of Mourning on Monday

As part of the province's moment of silence honouring the late Queen Elizabeth II, Grand River Transit will temporarily pause service on trains and buses on Monday.
Firefighters 'Fill the Boot' in support of Muscular Dystrophy Canada

Firefighters 'Fill the Boot' in support of Muscular Dystrophy Canada

Taking part in a Canada-wide campaign supporting families impacted by Muscular Dystrophy, local firefighters will be doing their part this month to gather funds and raise awareness.
Another 10 new COVID-related deaths reported locally

Another 10 new COVID-related deaths reported locally

237 new cases were confirmed in the last week - alongside increases in hospitalizations and ICU admissions
'Cyber incident' delays start to bus service for some local students

'Cyber incident' delays start to bus service for some local students

Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region is providing an update on the start of student transportation services - as last month's 'cyber incident' at the WRDSB has resulted in a delayed start
Cambridge Memorial Hospital warns of 'very high' emergency wait times

Cambridge Memorial Hospital warns of 'very high' emergency wait times

Facing on-going staffing shortages, patient volumes and limited inpatient beds, CMH is asking local residents to find alternate care options if possible
Police search for suspect after assault in Cambridge

Police search for suspect after assault in Cambridge

One man was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, while the suspect is said to have fled the scene
Acting WRPS Chief Goodman begins first day on job

Acting WRPS Chief Goodman begins first day on job

Considered one of the highest-ranking current members of the police service, John Goodman is expected to serve as Acting Chief of Police until a permanent replacement is appointed
OPP seek man related to unwanted paving incident near Cambridge

OPP seek man related to unwanted paving incident near Cambridge

Wellington County OPP have released the picture of a man identified as "Peter", said to be involved in an unwanted residential paving incident in Puslinch