Lidia Camacho has a bachelor degree in Communication Sciences by the Anáhuac University, she has earned a Master of Arthistory at the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, doctorate in Communications at the Faculty of Politics and Social Sciences of the UNAM and has studied with the National Institute of Audiovisual of France. She has been teaching development of treatments and scripts and radiophonic production in different national and international institutions of higher education.
In her capacity as a specialist in the field of communications, Lidia Camacho has participated in various national and international forums. She was manager of the College of Communication of the
University of the Cloister of Sor Juana, and since 1991 also the manager of the department for University Extension. Until her appointment as general manager of Radio Educación, she worked there since 1984 as a producer, host and scriptwriter. Lidia Camacho has played an important role in the development of the radiophonic field as a promoter of creativity and especially in her work as founder and director of the International Biennial of Radio. Lidia Camacho is the author of the book "The radiophonic image", edited by McGraw-Hill Interamerican and won the Award of Journalism José Pagés Llergo in 1999. She is the founder of the Laboratory of Artistic Sound Experimentation (LEAS) of Radio Educación.