Linda Lowen has been a guest on ABC’s Good Morning America (“Riddle Revisited”), NPR’s Talk of the Nation (“Online Moms”), and WNYC’s The Brian Lehrer Show (“Japanese Response”). She’s been interviewed by the New York Times (“Chemo Fog”), the San Francisco Chronicle, and numerous other broadcast and print media outlets discussing nearly everything from cancer survivorship, how children perceive gender roles, intergenerational use of social media, and Japanese stoicism in the face of disaster to the impact of the Affordable Care Act on women’s lives.
As co-producer/co-host of the award-winning weekly radio show Take Care, she has interviewed dozens of the nation’s top health and wellness experts. From 1998-2005 she created, produced, and hosted women’s issues radio and television programs for NPR and PBS station affiliates including the public affairs show Women’s Voices, which earned national recognition as the best women’s issues radio program in the country.
Linda was featured in the 2016 Rochester, NY cast of Listen To Your Mother, an annual theatrical event in dozens of cities across the U.S. celebrating mothers and motherhood. Her performance of her original essay, “Being Japanese,” appears on the national Listen To Your Mother YouTube channel.