Domenico Iannacone, born in 1962 in Torella del Sannio in the province of Campobasso, began his journalistic career in regional newspapers. From 2004 to 2009, for RaiTre he was one of Ballarò's top reporters and from 2007 to 2012 he also worked on the Presa diretta program on Rai. Since 2013 he has been the author and presenter of the investigation program I dieci comandamenti on RaiTre, which this year has reached its 7th edition. In 2015 he received the Paolo Borsellino Award for his journalistic commitment against the mafia and in 2017, with the report La rivoluzione industriale, the Goffredo Parise Award. Five times he has been awarded the Ilaria Alpi Prize. In 2017, with the documentary Lontano dai occhi, he received prestigious international awards, winning the Civis Media Prize in Berlin (best television program of the year), the Real Screen Awards in Los Angeles (best documentary of the category) and the Peace Jam Jury Montecarlo Awards (best program of the year).