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Joseph L. Lewis, III is an award-winning television producer, journalist, and media enthusiast. He’s worked on several documentary projects that aired on NBC, Bravo, PBS, and the A&E network. Joe covered politics and the courts for the Philadelphia Tribune and served as a Contributing Editor for HealthQuest: The Publication of Black Wellness. He is the Co-Creator and Executive Producer of the Award - Winning animated DVD - The Adventures of Teddy P. Brains: Journey into the Rainforest, and was Producer of Science Mission 101, which won the 2010 Best Children’s Program award from the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters for PBS media platform WQED. Currently, Joe is the Director of Advertising/Marketing Director for the Pittsburgh International Jazz Festival, and Founder/Director of the Black Bottom Film Festival presented by the August Wilson African American Cultural Center.