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Florence Segal Lowe, a former journalist, television producer, communications expert and former Variety scribe — died Thursday Nov. 14 at Georgetown U. Hospital in Washington, D.C. She was 93.Lowe and her husband, the late Harold Lowe, operated the Penn Federal News Bureau in D.C. 1948-56. The two covered show business from the nation’s capital for Variety, one of their clients. During the 1960s, Florence Lowe was a producer for Metromedia, and 1970-86 she was a special assistant for communications for the National Endowment for the Arts. Lowe is a former president of American Women in Radio and Television, treasurer of the Women’s Press Club, vice president of the American News Women’s Club and a director of the Washington Press Club. She was also a member of Congregation Adas Israel.
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