Jasmine Dotiwala, who studied at Roehampton University in the United Kingdom where she completed a BA Honours degree, is an award-winning trail blazer and key influencer who has gained international acclaim over a career most would just dream about. Jasmine’s worked with talent, moguls and celebrities across the board from breaking new, young talent, to working on groundbreaking and edgy TV programming featuring A-List celebrities including the likes of Eminem, Jay-Z, Destiny’s Child, Usher and Mariah Carey. She’s interviewed a multitude of rising stars such as Goldie, Mark Morrison, Jean-Claude Van Damme and even went record shopping with R&B singer Aaliyah and Jodeci. She did the first ever UK interview with Mary J. Blige and an interview outside an L.A. courtroom with rising star Snoop Doggy Dogg at his murder trial which aired across the global news networks. She was a presenter for MTV News, before becoming Senior Producer-Director for many of MTV International’s flagship TV shows including ‘Making the Video’, ‘MTV Cribs’, ‘MTV’s Diary Of’ and ‘MTV News Specials’. In 2000 Dotiwala became the Senior Series Producer/Director of MTV News Specials’ where she hosted, produced and directed MTV shows featuring celebrities such as Madonna, the Spice Girls, Radiohead and U2. Dotiwala also directed and produced the world famous MTV Cribs, where viewers were shown around the houses of celebrities including Dolce & Gabbana, Richard Branson and Craig David, along with Diary Of… episodes featuring Jay Z, Mariah Carey, Eminem and 50 Cent, and Making the Video which went behind the scenes at video shoots of Usher, Busta Rhymes, Sean Paul, P Diddy and Estelle. An Executive News Editor of the youth London 360 News TV Magazine Show at the Media Trust which broadcasts on SKY 539, Virgin Media 233, BBC IPlayer and Freeview 109. Dotiwala has written for a variety of publications including The Voice, Touch Magazine, the Daily Mail and Caribbean fashion publication Ocean Style and regularly writes for the leading global publication The Huffington Post and hosts regular on-screen reports for both Channel 4 News and London Live. Jasmine is now also the host of her own radio show “The Scene” on the biggest broadcast platforms in the United Kingdom BBC Radio London.
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