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Ilana Sod was born on 3 February, 1973 in Mexico City, Mexico, is a Mexican journalist. Discover Ilana Sod's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 47 years old?

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Occupation TV presenter, journalist and & producer
Age 48 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 3 February 1973
Birthday 3 February
Birthplace Mexico City, Mexico
Nationality Mexico

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In 2018, Ilana Sod joined the launch team of Aire Libre, a new radio station run by the former director of Radioactivo.


The First Season of "Agents of Change" received Awarded by The Intermedia World Media Fest for her work on the series "Xpress" produced by MTV Brazil about the female homicides in Ciudad Juárez, México. Best Educational Documentary (April 2008).


In May and June 2006, Sod earned additional recognition for her efforts to give a voice to the Mexican youth during the key presidential election of that year. In a Mexican television first, she accepted questions from Mexican youth and then interviewed all five presidential candidates a month before the election. The Somos 30 Millones (We Are 30 Million) series, named after the number of Mexicans under the age of 35, included interviews with Felipe Calderón, Roberto Rafael Campa Cifrián, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Roberto Madrazo Pintado, and Dora Patricia Mercado Castro.

Later, in August of that year, she was MTV International's correspondent and UNICEF's moderator during the XVI International AIDS Conference, 2006 in Toronto. As part of MTV's AIDS-awareness initiative, Staying Alive, Sod's contributions appeared at the "48 Fest" special vlog and a session titled From Rhetoric to Action: Defining a Stronger Role for Youth in National HIV/AIDS Policies.


Since its inception, in 2005, Sod and the team behind this ground-breaking program, have managed to grow the project's scope and reach by soliciting and obtaining the support of many other sponsors and supporters to the Project such as: The World Bank, Ashoka: Innovators for the Public, and UNICEF


She has an extensive career working with youth-oriented programming and Social Issues. From 2004 to 2012, Ilana Sod was MTV Latin America's newscaster and Editor-in-Chief for Public Affairs Programming. She also previously was a columnist for the Mexican newspaper Excélsior and a contributor to Radio Trece in the Mexico City area. Sod, who was born in Mexico City and now splits her time between residences in Los Angeles, and her native Mexico, is still a recurring contributor for MTV and multiple media outlets throughout the Spanish-speaking world. The 2014 TV news Special "Hecho en America" which Sod co-produced with Manuel Alvarez, for NBCUniversal's mun2 Channel has been nominated or short-listed for several prestigious awards, including a 2014 nomination for a Daytime Emmy in the Outstanding Special Class Special. "Hecho en America" won the Gold Award at the 2014 WorldMediaFestival – global competition for modern media. "Hecho en America" was executive produced by Gloria Medel Solomons.

More than a year later, as a follow-up to Grita, a new update on the series, produced for CNN and MTV, had her reporting on the views, thoughts, and feelings of Latin American youth regarding machismo and how this cultural attitude increases the risk of exposure to HIV/AIDS for women in the region. The 30-minute special premiered on CNN International on November 27, 2004 and was re-broadcast a few days later by MTV around the globe during World AIDS Day, on December 1 of that year. Sod's reports for the global broadcast by MTV focused covering on the epidemic with emphasis on how it affected Argentina, Colombia and Mexico.


In August 2003, she co-produced for MTV the PSA campaign Grita (Speak Out!), whose goal was to empower young people and children to be more communicative about their sexuality. This series of spots were widely recognized for their effectiveness at helping bring positive change and awareness of these issues to the forefront in Latin America, earning Sod and the series wide recognition in Latin America for their efforts as well as multiple awards including the PromaxBDA Golden Award as best pro-social campaign of a TV station in Latin America.


Between 1996 and 2003, Sod worked for Radioactivo 98.5 in Mexico City, where she hosted a daily show titled "Retroactivo". At Radioactivo, she hosted a show Additionally, between 1999 and 2001, she coordinated the Radio Sex Project, 48 hours of investigative reports about sex. She also hosted and reported for various Radioactivo programs. After Radioactivo's closure, she covered the Iraq War in 2008 as a correspondent based in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv for Grupo Imagen. She later departed Imagen to contribute to Javier Solórzano's news program on Radio Trece with a segment entitled Amplio Espectro (Wide Spectrum).


Ilana Sod (born February 3, 1973) is a Mexican television and radio journalist, presenter, and producer. She has worked for a variety of media outlets and collaborated particularly on initiatives relating to social issues and youth-oriented programming.