|Real Name||Joss Fong|
|Height||5′ 7” or 170cm|
|University||New York University|
|Qualification||Masters in Arts in Journalist|
|Year Active||2014 – Present|
Joss Fong is Journalist and Senior producer at Vox. She has produced Vox’s Netflix show ”Explained” and YouTube Originals show ”Glad You Asked”.
More about Joss Fong
- In 2008, she incepted her career with Media Matters for America, where she worked for around four years as an Energy Environment Editor.
- After that, she left the job at Media Matters and pursued her post-graduation from New York University.
- During post-graduation, she worked as an intern at Ark Media, where she worked for The Emperor of All Maladies series about cancer for PBS.
- She joined Scientific American, a famous American science magazine as a Video Production Intern.
- In 2014, she landed at the leading American news and opinion website Vox.
- After working for a few years at Vox, she produced a series called ‘Explainer’ which was released on Netflix.
- Now, she holds the post of Senior Editorial Producer at Vox and worked with other journalists like Christophe, Cleo Abram, and Alex.
- In 2019, she came out with a real-life story series ”False Positive” where a victim named Robert Lee Stinson spent 23 years of prison.
- She also took an interview with Ruha Benjamin who is a sociologist and a Professor in the Department of African American Studies at Princeton University.
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