Howard Lowe

  • Years at WGBH: 1971 – 1975
  • Position(s): Videotape library, assistant director (Evening at Pops & Symphony), producer (Catch 44), director (The Reporters, The Evening Compass, The Romagnoli’s Table, Catch 44; Boston Housing Court, Brother Blue)

Update — 2/12/2008

After 35 years in public and commercial radio and TV, second career in economic development, now at State University of New York Plattsburgh.

Met wife Sandy (human resources) at ‘GBH; daughter Jenna worked in Frontline promotions 2001-03; met future husband Corey Ford, Frontline Associate Producer.

Update — 3/15/2015

One of the reasons we retired to southwest Florida was so I could go to spring training Red Sox games. Well I’ve ended up on their staff, and just started my fourth year with the team. That’s me with the hat directing in-stadium programming last year at JetBlue Park, Fort Myers.

HL-JetBlue-3-14-Version-2It’s fun to be back in the control room after 40 years, though the equipment sure has changed a lot!

Sandy and I look forward to seeing old friends and colleagues at the reunion.


  1. Jamie Haines on May 8, 2015 at 10:29 am

    Hi, Howard —
    I’m thrilled to find you! A reporter friend at the Chicago Tribune is doing a story about the Romagnolis and their impact on howe we eat, drink and think about all things culinary today. Wold you e willing to talk with him? If so, can you privately email me at American Public Television ()? I worked at GBH for 8 years in National Promotion…love all my old buddies from those days and happy to still be in pub TV! Best,

  2. Jay Collier on April 4, 2015 at 2:00 pm

    Thanks for sharing this update, Howard. Sounds like fun!

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