Megan Carroll Loe is the Digital Content Manager at KREM 2 News.
She began her time at KREM as a producing intern in January 2018 before moving to a part-time producing position. Megan was hired as a full-time digital producer in May 2018 before transitioning to the role of senior digital producer several years later. She was promoted to the role of Digital Content Manager in May 2021.
Megan grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada, and attended a performing arts high school. Her emphasis there was theater.
After Megan’s time in Vegas, she attended Gonzaga University and graduated with a degree in journalism and a minor in interdisciplinary arts in May 2018. At Gonzaga, Megan worked for the Gonzaga News Service, wrote stories as an intern for local journalism startup Spokane Faith and Values and served as a freelance writer for The Spokesman-Review. She was also heavily involved with the vocal performance and dance departments at Gonzaga, singing in choir, taking private voice lessons and choreographing her own dance work.
Before her stints in the freelance journalism world, Megan also served as a news writer and editor for the Gonzaga Bulletin student newspaper.
One of Megan’s favorite memories as a student was speaking at a local panel titled “Unlearning Hate,” where she spoke to covering hate as a journalist in the Spokane community.
Megan continues to foster her love of singing through the Le Donne women's choir in Spokane. When she is not plugging away at digital content management for KREM, she loves exercising, spending time outdoors, hanging out with her husband and Pitbull rescue, reading, and baking.