John Lowe

Multimedia Journalist

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John Lowe is a multimedia journalist at WSAZ.

John Lowe joined WSAZ as a multimedia journalist in June 2019. He reports every weekday about stories in Huntington and all over the Tri-State area.

He comes to Huntington from Morgantown after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in journalism with an emphasis in broadcasting from West Virginia University’s Reed College of Media. While at WVU, John worked at the Emmy Award-winning student-run newscast “WVU News” and was the sports editor at the student newspaper, The Daily Athenaeum. He was also a freelance writer for the Associated Press, Charleston Gazette-Mail and The Dominion Post among others.

Outside of WVU, John interned at KRIV-TV Fox 26 Houston in the summer of 2018.

John grew up in Morgantown, making him a huge fan of the West Virginia Mountaineers. (Sorry, folks!)


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