Richard R. Lee

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Richard R. Lee
Born (1966-08-06) August 6, 1966 (age 50)
San Francisco, California
Nationality American
Occupation Executive producer, Television director and presenter
Known for Sidewalks Entertainment

Richard R. Lee (born August 6, 1966 in San Francisco, CA, USA) is a television producer, director and on-air personality.

Lee is mostly known for creating, editing and producing Sidewalks Entertainment, his first television series that he started in 1988. The program, which features celebrity interviews and music, is still active and currently seen in the San Francisco Bay Area TV market. Ten years after he launched the program, Lee became a regular on-air personality. Lee is also producing and editing the show's music video spinoff, Sidewalks: Video Nite[citation needed], and is the webmaster for the programs' official website.[1]

Lee has worked at a number of San Francisco Bay Area television stations, including KTVU, KRCB, and KFCB. He was a videographer and editor for Video Unlimited. Currently, Lee is a senior production member, on-air programmer, and webmaster for KCRT-TV, a Richmond, California TV station.

Lee is also a director for various TV programs, including Comcast Game of The Week's High School Basketball and Football games, Contra Costa Television's Ask The Doctor and The Languages of Sound and Movement.

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