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Bios

  • Stacey Commer

    Stacey is the Manager of News and Information Services for Newcap Television Lloydminster.  She is the anchor of the Week In Review television show and oversees the daily operations in the newsroom. Stacey enjoys travel, movies and reading and spending time with her husband Tyler and four cats Gus, Joey, Storm and Cooper. Her career […]
  • Mikaela Henschel

    Mikaela joined Newcap TV in May 2017 as the weekend anchor and weekday reporter. Born in Edmonton, she spent her childhood in Fort McMurray before making the move back to Edmonton. Growing up, Mikaela was a competitive dancer which sparked her love of telling stories, and ultimately led her to a career in broadcasting. After […]
  • Brittney Matejka

    Bio coming soon…
  • Gerard Lampow

    Gerard Lampow grew up in Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean. He has joined Newcap by way of Calgary. His background in media over the last twenty years includes work in both radio and television as a reporter, disc jockey, radio and television presenter/producer and late night news anchor, which is his present portfolio at […]
  • Josh Ryan

    Since his street hockey days as a lad, Josh has had a passion for sports and television. He grew up in Cochrane, Alberta before a series of moves across Alberta and Montana, including stops at Medicine Hat and Camrose, the latter which where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of […]
  • Landon Eggen

    Landon began his career in the industry after graduating in 2008 from Western Academy Broadcasting College in Saskatoon. He started with Newcap Television as a Television Master Control Operator in July of that same year. Always interested in learning all aspects of Radio & Television Media, he now adds videography. Landon enjoys listening to different […]
  • Connor Chan

    Connor was brought in March of 2017 as a Videographer. He is a graduate of the NAIT Radio and Television program in Edmonton where he grew up. His recent stops before coming to Lloydminster were in Saskatoon working for the Blades Hockey Organization as a videographer/communications, and Moose Jaw as a Video Journalist. During his […]