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Lisa Biagiotti, Executive Editor, Worldfocus.org
Lisa is responsible for daily content on Worldfocus.org. She produces signature videos for the Worldfocus broadcast and produces the weekly online radio show. Lisa previously worked for PBS foreign affairs documentary series “Wide Angle,” where she produced online content. Prior to PBS, Lisa worked in marketing for Condé Nast Publications and for financial services companies.
Lisa was awarded the 2009 Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award in the international television category for the videos she produced on the crisis in Congo. In 2001, she researched Muslim immigration in Italy as a Fulbright scholar, and currently serves on the New York board of the Fulbright Association. Lisa is also an adjunct new media professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, where she earned a master’s degree in journalism.
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Correspondent Lisa Biagiotti shares why Worldfocus didn't air daggerin' images, addresses the realities of rampant violence and adolescent sex and explores how some Jamaican artists are singing more uplifting gospel Dancehall music.
A public debate erupted earlier this year when graphic Dancehall music lyrics and images were banned from Jamaica's airwaves. The public responses reveal the legacy of two Jamaicas dating back to the country's slave history, as correspondent Lisa Biagiotti reports.
Dancehall artist Spice came under attack because of the sexually-explicit song Rampin' Shop, a duet with Vybz Kartel. But not all of her songs are so graphic. Spice talks about growing up in Jamaica's ghettos and sings a refrain from her new song about her life story.
Daljit Dhaliwal and Julia Greenberg of AIDS-Free World discuss Jamaica's AIDS epidemic within the context of the Caribbean region, address anti-sodomy laws in Jamaica and around the world and identify the successes and shortcomings Jamaica has experienced in containing the epidemic.
Correspondent Lisa Biagiotti, producer Micah Fink and director of photography Gabrielle Weiss report on how Jamaica's national AIDS program is targeting community leaders like Ida Northover to educate people on HIV and change the stigma surrounding the disease.
Jamaica may be on the verge of losing its battle against the AIDS epidemic because of deeply entrenched anti-gay attitudes and laws. Correspondent Lisa Biagiotti, producer Micah Fink and director of photography Gabrielle Weiss report from the front lines of Jamaica's battle against HIV and AIDS, a war waged in the shadows.
Worldfocus.org's weekly radio show explores failed states -- countries without stability, a functioning government or rule of law. Pauline Baker, Christopher Boucek and Georgette Gagnon join the conversation. Listen now.