Rosemary Jean-Louis

Rosemary Jean-Louis

Web Content Curator/Digital Producer

Department: GPB Digital

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Twitter: @rjean_louis

Rosemary Jean-Louis writes the popular Desperate for Downton blog, keeping readers up to date with plot twists, show gossip and events. She also goes out into the community to talk about the show.

As a Content Curator at GPB Digital, she produces many digital things: blogs, online chats, social media blasts, audio interviews, online videos and webinars. She specializes in education content.

She is a prolific writer and contributes to multiple GPB electronic publications including the iPad magazine Your GPB, the Passion for Learning education blog, the Tails of the City Pet blog and The Daily Jog, GPB’s quirky tech blog.

Rosemary is an award-winning media professional. She was one of the original producers of HLN’s Robin & Company morning show (now Morning Express) where she produced entertainment news. She covered Hollywood make-ups, break-ups and the red carpet. She hails from Brooklyn NY. She has a passion for pets – particularly her dog Bijou and cat Nairobi. You can find out what she's up too by checking out her site: rosemaryjean-louis.com

Recent Blog Posts

Desperate for Downton - March 4, 2013 - 11:53am
Downton Abbey fans still mourning the death of Matthew Crawley can take comfort in this news: Tom Cullen, a dashing Welsh actor known over the pond for the indie film Weekend, has joined the cast as...
Desperate for Downton - March 1, 2013 - 4:34pm
Thomas and the rest of the downstairs crew won’t have O’Brien to kick around anymore. Siobhan Finneran who plays the evil maid Sarah O’Brien isn’t returning for season 4 of Downton. “O’Brien is a...
Desperate for Downton - February 27, 2013 - 11:54am
Downton Abbey is about to get more inclusive. Producers have reportedly put out a casting call for the the show’s first black character, Jack Ross. And he must be extremely easy on the eyes! Ross is...
Passion For Learning - February 27, 2013 - 11:13am
How can you convince your students that there is a future science, technology, engineering and math genius living inside of them and they just don’t know it? Share the story of Kenyan teen Richard...
Passion For Learning - February 26, 2013 - 10:40am
Did you know that thanks to a Georgian named Lorena Weeks, all women have better opportunities in the telecommunications industry? In 1967, Weeks was passed over for a switchman promotion at the...

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