Lisa Mason joined QVC as a program host in 1995. In this position, Mason presents product information, conducts demonstrations, and interacts with viewers and on–air guests.
Prior to joining QVC, Lisa was a news anchor, talk show host, and producer for KETA, the public broadcasting station in Oklahoma City, OK. For her work there, Lisa received an EMMY® Award from the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences for Faces of AIDS, a documentary she wrote, researched, and produced about people living with AIDS. Lisa also wrote and hosted the national broadcast of the star–studded "Western Heritage Awards."
Before joining KETA, Lisa was a talk show host for the morning drive at KNTL radio in Oklahoma City. She served as a weekend news anchor at KOKH–TV, the FOX affiliate in Oklahoma City prior to joining KNTL. In 1994, Lisa received an award from the Oklahoma Society of Professional Journalists for Outstanding Documentary for her documentary on juvenile violence.
In recognition of her work as a news anchor, Lisa was the recipient of the Outstanding Person Award, presented by the mayor of Oklahoma City for her involvement in projects that aided senior citizens and the physically disabled.
Lisa received a B.A. in broadcasting from the University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK.
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