Isaac Lee


Isaac Lee is the founder of EXILE, a media company dedicated to acquiring and developing premium original content for audiences across the U.S. and Latin America, which he established in 2019.

Prior to this venture, Lee served as the Chief Content Officer for Univision Communications and Televisa, where he led broadcast networks, a film studio and cable, streaming and digital properties.

In scripted content, Lee produced the award-winning film Paraíso Travel, and executive produced the mini-series for TVE, Operation Checkmate, which was nominated for an International Emmy. He also executive produced three seasons of El Chapo for Netflix. In non-scripted, Lee served as executive producer on Who Killed Malcolm X? (Netflix), the award-winning documentary Science Fair (NatGeo/Disney+), Outpost (HBO), The Traffickers (Netflix ), Food Exposed (Netflix) and Residente (Netflix), as well as Hate Rising with Jorge Ramos, among many other documentaries. Additionally, the investigative pieces he produced with Frontline won multiple awards including Peabody and DuPont.

Lee is a board member of the Associated Press (AP), the Committee to Protect the Journalists (CPJ) and Columbia Journalism Review (CJR). He also serves on the Journalism Advisory Board at ProPublica and as a Trustee of the Hirshhorn Museum of contemporary art. He is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR).

Isaac Lee