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Matt LaDuke began his broadcast Audio and Video career in 2006. He attended the St. Clair T.E.C., a Center for Digital Media Arts. While there he entered several radio broadcasting competitions through Skills USA, a national organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in technical, skilled, and service occupations. His efforts brought him to the national stage, where he achieved second place.
Always wanting to learn more, Matt attended Lansing Community College, pursuing a degree in cinematography. He attained his Associate degree from LCC. While working toward his cinematography degree, he volunteered at the college radio station where he filled the overnight slot for a music program, and acted as the weather reporter. After St. Clair T.E.C., Matt took a position at a local cable company in Port Huron, Michigan. One of his projects there was a sketch comedy show called "The No Talent Show". 'No Talent' won a bronze Telly award, in addition to several other commendations.
After college Matt went on to create two hunting programs—“Fierce Outdoors”, and “Back Woods Bad Boys”. Both are still in production today, and Matt is an active contributor on each program. Matt recently turned his focus to live video streaming, for radio shows and live events, and now will be hosting Titanium Outdoors. “I am an avid outdoors guy” Matt added.
A camper for most of his life, Matt often goes on long hikes in locations across Michigan, and throughout the Midwest. He regularly kayaks, and passionately fishes, turkey and deer hunts, and enjoys four wheeling.
If you see Matt driving down the road in his ‘96 Ford Bronco- you’ll know it’s Matt, because he has bull horns in the grill and regularly has the top off, As Matt says, "Give a honk or a wave, and I'll do the same".