CHIEF CONTENT OFFICER
Mr. Isaac Lee has been the Chief Content Officer at Grupo Televisa, S.A.B. and Univision Communications Inc. since January 17, 2017. Mr. Lee served as Chief News, Entertainment & Digital Officer of Univision Communications Inc. from July 7, 2016 to January 17, 2017. Mr. Lee served as the President of Univision News & Digital at Univision Holdings, Inc. from February 2015 respectively to January 17, 2017. He served as the Chief Executive Officer at Fusion Media Network, LLC from December 2010 to January 17, 2017. Mr. Lee served as the Chief News & Digital Officer of Univision Communications Inc. since November 17, 2015 until July 7, 2016. He served as President of News & Digital at Univision Communications Inc. He served as the Chief Executive Officer of Fusion at Univision Holdings, Inc. and Univision Communications Inc., since October 2013. He served as the President of Univision News at Univision Communications Inc. since December 9, 2010. He co-founded Zoom Media Group, Inc. in 2000 and served as its Editor in Chief from 2000 to 2005. He founded and served as Chairman and editor-in-chief of influential magazine PODER. He founded PODER Magazine and served as its Chief Editor until December 2010. He spent 20 years in editorial roles leading top journalistic teams at prominent publications serving Spanish-speaking audiences in the U.S and Latin America. He served as an Editor In Chief of Semana magazine and the Semana Group from 1999 to 2000. From 1996 to 1997 Mr. Lee served as Editor in Chief at Revista Cromos. He was the guiding force behind the development of successful new titles like Soho, Gatopardo and Jet-Set and the resurgence of established titles (CPJ), ICFJ and on the Journalism Advisory board of ProPublica. He serves as an Advisor to ASHOKA. He serves on the Boards of Youthline like Cromos and Dinero. He also held posts at TV broadcasters. He serves as a Director of The Associated Press, Inc, the Committee to Protect Journalists and the Americas Business Council. He is a Member of the IAPA, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the Foro Iberoamerica. Mr. Lee studied Psychology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and received an M.A. in Journalism from the Universidad de Los Andes.