Renardo Lowe is an Emmy award-winning Director of sports television and entertainment programing. In his 23-year career he has directed marquee events including twelve (12) consecutive NBA All-Star Games; twelve (12) NBA conference finals; the 2004 edition of NBA All-Star Saturday Night; six (6) NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournaments; seven (8) Major League Baseball’s Postseason Division Series; four (5) Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame induction ceremonies and the TBS Sunday MLB Game of the Week.
Lowe joined Turner Broadcasting in 1993 and worked in live news production at CNN. Lowe transitioned to Turner Sports in 1994 and rose up the ranks to the position of Senior Director where he currently oversees the production of remote sports broadcasts. For the past 14 years, Lowe has served as the lead Director for TNT’s award-winning coverage of the NBA. Lowe also has managerial responsibility for a staff of 8.
He began his sports television career at Black Entertainment Television in 1989 where he worked as a Sports intern. In addition, Lowe has worked as a graphics freelancer for ABC, CBS, and ESPN, coordinating graphics & statistics for signature events including the World Series, Monday Night Football and NCAA Football.
Lowe is a 1992 graduate of Howard University with a B.A. in television production.