Isabel Lo

Isabel Lo

Set up the not-for-profit organisation Media Diversity Australia in 2017. Our purpose is to promote balanced representation in Australian media that reflects the community it serves. www.mediadiversityaustralia.org

In 2016 I worked at Mamamia Women's Network as the Editor of Opinion and Commissioning. 

I have worked on and off at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in a variety of roles for the past decade. I was part of the fledgling team that set up Australia's first free-to-air 24 hour news channel; ABC News 24 with the current ABC News director Gaven Morris. Other roles included producing for shows such as "The Drum", "The Business" and one-off topical forum shows for ABC 2. I have experience in training, planning, reporting, presenting, and writing for broadcast and the digital space.

Further abroad, I worked in London and Hong Kong writing and producing for a rotating roster of shows at CNN including "Quest Means BUsiness", "World Business Today", "News Stream", and "World One".

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Walkley Editors Lab 2018

01 March 2018