Shelby Schumacher

Producer/Multi-Media Journalist

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“Journalism is such an important part of a community, whether it be covering wildfires or interviewing a local business owner. I’m honored to do it for the place where I spent my high school years.”
Shelby joined KAPP/KVEW in December of 2019. Originally a photojournalist, she quickly grew her skillset to fill other roles, like producing and web management. Shelby was the producer for the 11 a.m. COVID-focused show and has produced evening shows. Currently she works as a multimedia journalist, camera operator and assistant producer for the Evening News Broadcasts. A graduate of the University of Washington, Shelby worked for the campus newspaper The Daily. While there she worked as a photojournalist and a podcast host, primarily focused on sports.


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Voter registration deadlines and information for Washington & Oregon

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