Black Market: Dispatches gives the viewers a look inside the world of illegal goods and services; exposing politics behind the hidden economy; how contraband moves across borders.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Black Market: Dispatches - Lilia Luciano - Netflix
Lilia Luciano (born October 12, 1984) is an award winning television investigative journalist, filmmaker and public speaker. In 2018 her coverage of the Northern California Wildfires of 2018 received a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for Continuous Coverage. Luciano won two regional Emmys in 2018 for California Wildfires coverage and one for her documentary Puerto Rico Rises, which she directed and produced for ABC Sacramento, a TEGNA station. In 2013 Luciano was also awarded a GLAAD award for her coverage of homophobia in U.S. Hispanic media. Luciano is the investigative reporter at ABC 10 in Sacramento, California. She is the director and producer of Wars of Others, an HBO Latino documentary film about the consequences of the U.S. War on Drugs on Colombian farmers and the founder of CoInspire, an interview series about entrepreneurship in partnership with Rokk3r Labs. She has worked as a host and contributor at various VICE platforms in English and Spanish. Previously, she worked as a national news correspondent for NBC News's The Today Show, Nightly News with Brian Williams and MSNBC. She is a TEDx speaker and contributing columnist for Huffington Post writing both in English and Spanish about issues concerning the Hispanic community, the War on Drugs and Human Rights. She servers the advisory council of United Nations Foundation's Girl Up initiative. She has served as a moderator at the Oslo Freedom Forum Human Rights conferences since 2016.
Black Market: Dispatches - Trayvon Martin shooting - Netflix
Luciano was one of the national television reporters on the scene in Sanford, Florida covering this story.
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