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Content Production at Academy of Country Music, Lisa Lee Has Passed Away



It has been confirmed on social media that SVP/Creative & Content Production at Academy of Country Music, Lisa Lee has sadly passed away. Lisa Lee was reported to have died on August 22 2021. Her cause of death remains is not yet known at the time of filing this report.

The news of her death was disclosed to the public through a Facebook post made by Stephen L. Betts who he said was a former corker at Jim Owens & associates.

Excerpts From What He Posted On Facebook:-

A sad morning. Awoke to the news that Don Everly had died, then, as I was scrolling through Facebook I learned of another devastating loss. I worked with Lisa Lee at Jim Owens & Associates. She was a passionate reporter and dedicated country music fan.

In 2000, when I started editing Country Music Today magazine, I asked Lisa to contribute in some way and she came up with the idea to do interviews and photos with artists while they ate together, calling it “Lunch With Lisa.” She would continue her career, going on to do stellar work with the Academy of Country Music and the few times I saw her in the past several years I always enjoyed reminiscing and catching up with her. What a heartbreaking loss for her family and for all of us who knew her worked with her and loved her.

Who Is Lisa Lee? Few Things You Need To Know About Her!

Lisa Lee was a TV Journalist and also a creative & video content producer who started her production career with the Academy of country music in 2007.

The talented reporter is the Academy’s lead staff producer and oversees all video production, as well as the design, creation and editing of ACM logos, digital and printed materials—including ACM Tempo magazine, the ACM Awards program book, A-List blasts and both the ACM and ACM Lifting, Lives websites.

Lisa was a former Hollywood Correspondent, CMT Insider at MTV Networks/CMT and also a former reporter at TNN/Ji, Owens & Associates.

She studied broadcast journalism/English at the University of Arkansas.

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