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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

<b>COVID-19:</b> Isolation increases risk of immunological disorders, immunologist says

COVID-19: Isolation increases risk of immunological disorders, immunologist says

Deprivation from ‘microbial world’ said to increase risk for ‘dysregulated immune system’ in developing youth
<b>COVID-19:</b> CanAge report on vaccinating seniors gives Canada a failing grade

COVID-19: CanAge report on vaccinating seniors gives Canada a failing grade

Report aims to bring attention to gaps in vaccine uptake against influenza, shingles and pneumonia, calls for national vaccine strategy
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Sleep expert says sleepy teens need later school start times

BEYOND LOCAL: Sleep expert says sleepy teens need later school start times

A recent Montreal based study shows later secondary-school starts mean better sleep, mood for teens
<b>COVID-19:</b> Back-to-school during pandemic means more stress for kids, parents, CMHA says

COVID-19: Back-to-school during pandemic means more stress for kids, parents, CMHA says

There are a number of services available for those struggling