General Assignment Reporter
Rosh Lowe joined WSVN in 2002 from WFTX in Fort Myers. During that time he has scored some of the biggest exclusive stories in town.
He was the only reporter to interview Scott Rothstein, the accused mastermind of a 1.2 billion dollar Ponzi scheme and the first to interview his wife Kim. Rosh was the South Florida reporter that broke the news that NFL star Donte Stallworth was over the legal limit when he hit and killed a man.
Rosh has covered major national stories such as the serial sniper in Washington D.C., the Michael Hernandez murder trail and the most recent OJ Simpson trial.
A native of New York, Rosh earned his Master's Degree in Journalism from the Columbia School of Journalism. He is a recipient of an Associated Press Award and also a Best News Story of the Year Award from Emmis Communications.
Rosh lives in Miami and is an avid runner.