/// Lisa Hsia, Executive Vice President of Bravo Digital Media
Lisa Hsia is Executive Vice President of Bravo Digital Media, overseeing Bravo’s digital businesses including BravoTV.com, as well as Bravo’s initiatives in emerging media – mobile, apps, gaming, social TV and multiplatform programming. During her tenure at Bravo, Hsia built Digital Media into an interactive powerhouse with breakthrough innovations that include Bravo Talk Bubble, the first real-time social TV event to combine Facebook and Twitter with live TV viewing, Bravo Now, the first ever tablet/smart phone co-viewing companion experience and Emmy nominated Last Chance Kitchen, the network’s ambitious transmedia initiative for the Emmy award-winning series “Top Chef.” This cutting edge digital series allowed viewers to follow storylines across multiple platforms and resulted in the most streamed series in NBCU networks’ history. The Bravo team is also known for breaking new ground in first-ever brand partnerships with companies such as Foursquare, Groupon and Twitter.
Hsia was honored as one of the “Top Women in Technology” by CableFAX in 2012 and as a “Media Maven” by Ad Age in 2011. Bravo Digital has been recognized with numerous awards including the Technology & Engineering Emmy, Webby Award, Media Vanguard Award, Mobile Excellence Award, Mobile Marketing Association Award, ITVT Award and five Prime Time Emmy nominations for Interactive.
Prior to joining Bravo, Hsia served as Vice President of NBC News since 2001, where she had executive oversight for the “Today” show, “Dateline” and the long-form programming unit Peacock Productions. An NBC News veteran of eleven years, she previously worked for ABC News as Diane Sawyer’s producer at “Prime Time Live” from 1989-92. Hsia has been the recipient of numerous journalism awards including six News Emmy Awards, the Edward R. Murrow Award, a Sigma Delta Chi award, an IRE award and the National Press Club’s Freedom of the Press Award. Before that, Hsia was a producer and director of documentaries including “The Emperor’s Eye: Art and Power in Imperial China” and “Made in China.” She was also the producer and associate producer of two feature films, “A Great Wall” and “Old Enough,” both released by Orion Classics.
Hsia currently serves on the board of the Tribeca Film Institute. She is a graduate of Harvard University and has a MBA from Columbia University Business School. Hsia lives in Manhattan with her husband and son.