Anthony (Mark) De Luca-
A recent graduate in radio broadcasting from Humber College in Toronto, Anthony (Mark) De Luca demonstrates all the key characteristics in becoming a successful news anchor / reporter. Born and raised in the Greater Toronto Area, Anthony has a strong sense of current affairs using his experience in politics to the fullest. While not at work, Anthony enjoys spending time with friends and family discussing everything from federal politics to the most current sporting results.
A dedicated news enthusiast, Anthony hopes to apply his skills in broadcasting to the general public through thought provoking and entertaining radio. Focused, adaptable, and engaging Anthony looks forward to getting immersed with the City of Dauphin, 730CKDM and the Parkland.
He hopes to one day start a podcast of his own.
R. Scott Billey-
R. Scott Billey Having recently secured a degree in Sports & Media Broadcasting from Toronto and a business degree from Algonquin College in Ottawa, Scott moved out to the Parklands to begin his career in broadcasting.
An avid athlete, Scott played multiple sports as a youth and was an active volunteer as well, coaching high school baseball and midget hockey prior to leaving his home town of Ottawa to pursue his education. Some of Scott’s early broadcasting experiences included play-by-play at the 2015 ParaPan American Games and for the Ontario University Athletics Men's and Women's hockey, and he hopes to be able to do more of this going forward. Scott continues to post periodic Podcasts with alumni from the College of Sports Media in Toronto covering a wide range of topics from the world of sports Although his academic background has a focus on sports media, Scott is enjoying the opportunity to cover a broader range of local, community and political news stories. Possessing a strong sense of community, and a great appetite for news, Scott loves to be out in the public finding and researching stories to bring back to the station and deliver to the listeners on CKDM.
Ryan McNally is a Western Academy Broadcasting School Grad and grew up in Lumsden, Saskatchewan.
Growing up in a small town, Ryan knows how to live the small town life. He played most of the High School sports offered by his High School. Ryan has always wanted to pursue this career, which is why he worked towards the media life from a young age. He delivered papers when he was growing up, interned at 620 CKRM in Regina for a short amount of time, and finally, in May of 2016, got hired at 107.5 Bolt FM in Humboldt. His career path has led him to Dauphin in March of 2017, and the rest is history.
With a strong passion for local sports and a nose for picking up news, Ryan is a hard working young man that is eager to make his mark in the world of radio!
Jennifer Carniel was the former Editor of The Exponent (Grandview-Gilbert Plains) newspaper with over 9 years of experience in print journalism. Jennifer is originally from the Parkland area, grew up in Roblin and resides in Grandview with her 10 year old daughter, Rachel. She is a municipal councillor with the Grandview Municipality; Chair of the Grandview Physician & Nurse Recruitment Committee; Vice Chair of the G3 Water Co-op; and Vice Chair of the Grandview & District Community Foundation. She studied Professional Photography at North Island College in Comox, BC and Business Administration at Assiniboine Community College in Brandon, MB.
Jennifer is very involved in the community and enjoys covering local events and issues in the Parkland region. She thoroughly enjoys meeting new people and sharing their stories with others, whether it is readers or listeners.