At a really young age, Aaron Streck’s mind was set on growing up to be on TV, this after realizing becoming a professional baseball player was as rare as a perfect game.
Aaron started his broadcast career while still in high school, working for Access Communications in his hometown of Yorkton Saskatchewan.
“Covering the Yorkton Terriers winning back-to-back SJHL championships was the highlight of that time.”
After two years, Aaron moved to the Bridge City where he graduated from WABC in 2007.
His dream finally came true while working in Lloydminster at Newcap Television.
“It didn’t come easy though, I had to work my way up the ladder from master control to camera and finally to a reporter and anchor.”
After a quick stop at Global Edmonton as cameraman, the itch to be back in front of the camera was too much and the chance to be closer to home enticed Aaron to come to Global Saskatoon.
Aaron has had the chance to interview some interesting and high profile sports icons and tell some great personal stories.
Away from the newsroom, Aaron can be found on the golf course, baseball diamond, or soccer pitch – but he’s up to do anything athletic.