Karen Lowe

Karen Lowe

Independent Producer

Karen Lowe is the executive producer of Bending Borders, a radio and multimedia project. She’s also an adjunct professor at USC Annenberg School of Communications and Journalism.


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The family you’re born into, and ones you make, the family you know, and the strange and alien one you're forced into for love.

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The family you’re born into, and ones you make, the family you know, and the strange and alien one you're forced into for love.

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Joe Frank returns with an improbable story that begins in Hollywood and inexplicably ends at Auschwitz.

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