Tobin Low is the production assistant for the digital team at Marketplace. Working the overnight shift, he makes sure that all digital content for our daily morning broadcasts—Marketplace Morning Report and Marketplace Tech—is represented on web and social media platforms. In addition, he produces digital-only content across the Marketplace portfolio.

Tobin’s first stint in radio was serving as an assistant producer for Q2 Music, the contemporary music sister station of WQXR in New York. Prior to his radio days, he was a professional cellist for several years. As you might expect, he still enjoys playing the cello and making music—now for fun!

Tobin earned his bachelor’s degree in music from the University of Michigan and his master’s from The Julliard School.


Features by Tobin Low

A sweet Thanksgiving for sweet potato pie

This year's hot dish has a long history in the African American community.
Posted In: pie, sweet potato

The wage gap decreases slightly among married couples

Census data shows wives' earnings gaining on husbands'
Posted In: census, Wage gap, gender equality

Live from New York ... it's a very controversial host

Donald Trump hosts Saturday Night Live, and sparks a lively discussion.
Posted In: SNL, donald trump

I really, really, really, really like you

The internet giveth, and the internet taketh away.
Posted In: app, ratings, Tinder

Locals issue a blanket statement

How one Swiss town is protecting its glacier from climate change.
Posted In: global warming, climate change
Uber is expanding a carpooling service to India.

Uber expands its reach abroad

But it has to compete with other pre-established services in the markets it enters.
Posted In: Uber, ride sharing, India, China

Regulating the forgiveness of federal student loans

The Department of Education is opening up the conversation at 2 hearings.
Posted In: Corinthian Colleges, federal student loans, student loan forgiveness

Facebook wants to teach you about diversity

The social network releases its training videos on unconscious bias.
Posted In: Facebook, diversity, workplace diversity
Cecil, one of Zimbabwe's most popular lions.

Lions, and Tigers, and Bears! Well, just lions

Or how not to have the Internet turn against you.

Where you live will cost you

A look at credit card burden in some of the largest U.S. cities.
Posted In: credit card debt, Credit Cards, geography


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