Wendy Lowy Sloane has honed a unique interview style by combining her extensive journalist and TV-producer backgrounds. The result is authentic, insightful, and unforgettable conversations with the people and personalities who make news, make history, and make a difference.|
About What’s Up with Wendy:
Wendy Lowy Sloane started her career warming up audiences for Phil Donahue, and was quickly hired as a producer for the Geraldo Rivera Show. She made nationwide news for her in-depth shows featuring the O.J. Simpson trial and the tragic death of child beauty queen Jon-Benet Ramsey. Wendy produced Geraldo's weekly Celebrity News shows, which were a hallmark of his daytime show. Moving on with her career, she landed a key job in radio in New York City when she was hired to be the Executive/On-Air Producer for BIG 105 with Danny Bonaduce.
Today, Wendy is the executive producer and on-air host of celebrity radio show What's Up with Wendy, airing on 1490 WGCH. As host, she taps into her vast network of experts to discuss numerous hot-topic social issues, ranging from parenting and dating to nutrition and mental health. Additionally, when major national news stories break, Wendy reaches back to her news background and has insightful segments with insiders to cover stories including the Sandy Hook Elementary School and Aurora Movie Theater shootings, and the Madonna Badger house fire, and Kelly Rutherford’s international custody battle. No matter the interview subject or the topic, listeners can always count on Wendy to provide a unique, one-of-a-kind, passionate, and insightful point-of-view.
Wendy devotes much of her time supporting causes that are close to her heart, including raising awareness of The Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network in honor of her father, who is a survivor. And she’s an outspoken advocate for empowering girls and women, especially single moms.
A Miami native and Florida State Graduate, Wendy lives in Connecticut with her two children.