Lauren Lowrey, Biography, Age, Facebook,Wish Tv

Lauren Lowrey Biography

Lauren Lowrey is a morning news anchor. She joined the team in June 2011 as Weekend Morning Anchor before being promoted to weekday anchor at the end of that same year. Lauren was awarded an Emmy for her work on the Anchor desk covering multiple local breaking news stories throughout the year. She has received a number of awards and nominations from the Associated Press and Society of Professional Journalists, as well as multiple Emmy nominations.

Lauren Lowrey Age

She has not disclosed her age to be updated soon.

Lauren Lowrey Career

She reported daily on money matters during the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. During her time in the anchor chair, the morning newscast received multiple Emmy awards and an Edward R. Murrow Award for “Best Newscast” for extreme winter weather coverage. She started her career of anchoring reporting in her hometown of Myrtle Beach, SC, where she twice spent more than 13 hours reporting live on the beach as a hurricane came ashore.

Lauren Lowrey
Lauren Lowrey

She graduated with honors from Florida State University with a degree in Communication and a minor in Theater. She had the passion and interest in making a good fit for Music City. She loves country music and is an accomplished singer. She has sung the National Anthem at Indiana Pacers regular season and playoff games eight times.

WISH-TV Daybreak anchor Lauren Lowrey leaving the station

WISH-TV morning news anchor Lauren Lowrey is leaving after seven years at the station. The Daybreak anchor confirmed to IndyStar that she accepted a position at WSMV, a news station in Nashville, Tennessee. Lowrey, who has been on maternity leave since August, will begin co-anchoring the evening newscast with Tom Randles on Dec. 3.

Lowrey will be solo-anchoring the 4 p.m. newscast and then co-anchoring the 6:30 p.m. newscast with Randles. “Indianapolis was more than just a place to live, it was our home for nearly 8 years,” Lowrey said in a statement to IndyStar. “My husband and I were married while living here and our two kids were born here.”

“In the end, WSMV in Nashville provided an opportunity to be a little closer to home and a change in my work schedule that meant I would be able to help more during the day with our two young kids,” the statement said. “I’m grateful to WISH for the opportunities I’ve had over these many years and I’m excited about my future at WSMV.”

The Emmy-award winning anchor gave birth to a baby boy, Landon, her second child, on Aug. 22, according to a post on WISH-TV’s website. Lowrey joined the station in June 2011, according to her bio. Before working for WISH-TV, she was a morning anchor at WTOL in Toledo, Ohio.

Lowrey’s departure comes as another morning news personality, Brittany Lewis, plans to leave the network, and Indianapolis, this week. ‘She’s like Superwoman’: WISH-TV’s Lauren Lowery cooks, sings and yes, gives the news. ‘We are heartbroken’: WISH-TV’s Brooke Martin shares daughter’s anencephaly diagnosis

In a Nov. 14 post on Facebook, Lewis announced she’s leaving WISH-TV on Nov. 30. Lewis says her husband recently accepted a job in Milwaukee. “While we are excited to be much closer to family and to explore a new city, a huge part of my heart will always be in Indy,” the post said.

WISH-TV News Director Al Carl confirmed to IndyStar that Lewis is leaving. She has been with WISH-TV since April 2016, according to her bio. “I’ve felt so lucky to be part of the Daybreak crew,” Lewis said in the Facebook post. He says her replacement will be Randall Newsome, a reporter at KTVE-TV, WISH-TV’s sister station in Louisiana. Newsome will start at WISH-TV on Dec. 17, Carl said.

Lauren Lowrey Wish Tv

Lauren Lowrey slipped into a puffy, protective Tyvek suit, pulled on a respirator and crawled into the attic of her historic Zionsville home. The insulation was bad. It needed to be replaced. So, she ripped out the rotten stuff and filled it with new. “She’s like Superwoman,” said her husband, Blake Lewis. “Really, there’s nothing she can’t do — or won’t attempt.”

Lowrey, 29, the effervescent weekday morning anchor on WISH-8, sings the national anthem at Indiana Pacers games, is an accomplished home chef and a former ballroom dance instructor and works out like a professional athlete. In person, she might remind you of Punky Brewster — tiny, with dark hair, chiseled muscles. Her voice turns raspy at times. When she gets agitated or excited, she almost yells. And it seems she could throw a mean punch.

Lowrey skipped first grade at her school in a small town outside of Myrtle Beach, S.C. She was too smart for simple mathematics and already a reading whiz. She started dancing at age 7 when a new studio opened in Powdersville, near her home in Pawleys Island. She tried two ballet classes and hated it.

“It was too stuffy,” said Lowrey as she toiled in her kitchen recently, whipping up salmon chowder, three kinds of paninis and banana tart tatin. Lowrey was more the clogging type, her teacher surmised. Within a year, she had made the competitive traveling team. Her mother said she was placed front and center on the stage, even though she was among the youngest on the squad.

But Lowrey (known affectionately as Lulu) had to keep up.”She was the youngest of three, and the other two weren’t anything to sneeze at,” said Debbie Lowrey, an interior designer married to Lauren’s dad, Bob, an architect. “Bless her heart, she had to hold her own.”

Lauren Lowrey Husband

She is a married woman but she has not mentioned the name of her husband.

Lauren Lowrey Salary

She has not disclosed her estimated net worth or even a hint on her working contract or earnings to be updated.

Lauren Lowrey joins News4 anchor team

WSMV-TV announced the addition of Lauren Lowrey to the News 4 anchor team on Monday. She will anchor News 4 at 4:00 p.m. and co-anchor News 4 at 6:30 p.m. with Tom Randles. Tracy Kornet will continue her co-anchor duties with Tom Randles on the 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 10 p.m. news,” said News4 News Director Denise Eck. “With Lauren joining the team, Tracy will have more time to pursue community projects close to her heart.”

We’re so excited to have someone of Lauren’s experience and talent join the News 4 family of exceptional journalists,” said Dale R. Woods, Vice President and General Manager of WSMV-TV. Lauren, her husband Blake, daughter Samantha and baby boy Landon are excited to make Nashville home.

“From the first time we visited Nashville in 2011, my husband and I fell in love with the city and its people,” Lowrey said. “We’re from the south and always wanted to get back, so when I was given the opportunity to work with the great people at Channel 4, I couldn’t pass it up, she said.”

Lowrey most recently worked at WISH-TV in Indianapolis as morning anchor. Prior to that, she anchored mornings in Toledo, OH. She began her career in her hometown of Myrtle Beach, SC. Lowrey graduated with honors from Florida State University with a degree in Communication and a minor in Theater.

Lauren’s passion and interests make her a good fit for Music City. She loves country music and is an accomplished singer. She has sung the National Anthem at Indiana Pacers games multiple times. Feel free to reach out to Lauren on the WSMV Facebook page and let her know your favorite places to visit here in Nashville.

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