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Vincent Lowerre is a dedicated professional with a background in Communications Media, Economics, and Journalism. His educational journey led him to Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he majored in Communications Media while pursuing double minors in Economics and Journalism. Although his roots trace back to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Vincent moved to the Pittsburgh area during his grade school years.
Vincent’s passion for storytelling and providing meaningful news to the community developed at a young age. His journey in the field of journalism began with an opportunity to shadow his Uncle, Joe Surma, a former On-Air Talent who covered Friday Night Heroes. This experience left a lasting impression on Vincent, solidifying his desire to pursue a career dedicated to accurate and meaningful storytelling.
Vincent’s connection with KWWL dates back to his middle school years, when he first gained experience at the station. He initially shadowed his Uncle Joe during his time at KWWL, igniting his passion for journalism. Vincent’s journey with KWWL came full circle when he officially joined the team as an intern in May 2018. His dedication and skills led to his full-time employment in September of the same year. Within the newsroom, Vincent is recognized as a versatile professional with a broad skill set encompassing producing, photography, sports, and reporting.
Beyond his professional pursuits, Vincent Lowerre has a personal connection to Iowa, as his entire mother’s side of the family hails from the Hawkeye State, with many still residing there. This familial connection has fueled his loyalty to Iowa’s sports teams, including the Hawkeyes, Panthers, and Cyclones. Additionally, his father’s New York roots have made him a passionate fan of the New York Yankees and Giants.
Vincent’s zest for life extends to his love for trying new things and embarking on new adventures, whether it’s exploring new locations, reading books, watching movies, or diving into TV shows. He welcomes recommendations and embraces the opportunity to discover new experiences.
Above all, Vincent Lowerre is profoundly grateful to call eastern Iowa home and is committed to telling the unique and important stories of the community he serves.