Lisa Mason is an Emmy-award-winning news anchor and producer, professional voice-over artist, writer, singer, and veteran QVC host. Her husband Gino Mason is a Samoan and a former personal trainer. The couple lives in Manhattan in New York City.
Lisa Mason began her news career in Oklahoma City in 1987 after receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Central Oklahoma. She joined the Fox affiliate as weekend news anchor where she remained for two years. In 1989, she moved to PBS as anchor, producer and writer. She anchored the evening newscast and hosted a weekly talk show. During her five years at the company, she wrote and produced several award-winning documentaries, including the Emmy-award-winning "Faces of Aids." The Society of Professional Journalism also honored her for her documentary "When Children Kill." Lisa also wrote, hosted and produced The Western Heritage Awards.
As of 2015, Lisa Mason has been a host on television retail channel QVC for the past 20 years. She took some time off in 2010 and again in 2015. Lisa returned to QVC in April of 2015 only to leave again in late June for an undisclosed time and has not updated her Facebook or other social media accounts since.