Kim Bui Associate Editor, Social Media and Outreach
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P. Kim Bui is the Associate Editor for Social Media and Outreach for Southern California Public Radio.
Bui manages KPCC's social media and engagement on and off the Web. She also develops outreach efforts for KPCC's content and technology partners.
Her experience in Web journalism includes major newspapers such as the Kansas City Star and San Luis Obispo Tribune, where she worked as a reporter. Bui has also worked on major news start-ups like The Loop 21, where she managed development and web operations. She's also the co-founder of #wjchat, a weekly Twitter chat for web journalists. Bui was named one of Poynter's 35 influential people in social media in 2010.
Originally from Des Moines, Iowa, Bui graduated with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Iowa State University. She is an active member of the Online News Association, organizing the group's L.A. chapter. She also sits on the board of the Asian American Journalists Association's (AAJA) Los Angeles chapter.
When not tweeting for KPCC, she writes short stories and enjoys outdoor exploits and culinary life around L.A.
Stories by Kim Bui
We're collecting photos of the purple and blue flowers that dot the neighborhoods of Los Angeles in the spring.
An attempted robbery at a Wells Fargo in San Dimas Sunday marked the third incident linked to a man nicknamed the "Luger Bandit" by authorities.
Find the latest tweets, commentary and stories from social media on primary day.
Instead of flooding your feed with dozens of election streams follow KPCC's "LA ELECTION 2013"— a comprehensive collection of real-time candidate chatter.
The San Bernardino County DA's office defended their decision to ask news outlets to cease tweeting at the climax of the manhunt for triple-murder suspect Christopher Dorner.
In the midst of the flurry of news activity Tuesday afternoon came a request from the San Bernardino District Attorney's office: please stop tweeting.
Holly George-Warren is up for a lesser known Grammy category Best Album Notes. She worked on Janis Joplin’s “The Pearl Sessions.”
A $1 million reward has been offered for the capture of triple-murder suspect Christoher Dorner after a news conference Sunday afternoon and the name of the slain Riverside police officer has been released.
This presentation highlights words and themes that Gov. Jerry Brown stressed in his third annual State of the State address.
We asked you how Huell Howser inspired you, what he taught you, and what places you visited or bits of history you tucked away because of him.
A surprise reunion between a U.S. army sergeant deployed to Afghanistan and family was one of the most memorable moments during Tuesday’s Rose Parade. Here's the story behind it.
Los Angeles city officials launched an effort to give 53 intersections a makeover Monday, but are they in the right places? We checked against our user-submitted map of dangerous intersections.
After 51 years, Henry's Tacos in the San Fernando Valley is closing. A few other restaurants in the area have also gone away.
Pediatrician and best-selling author Harvey Karp is in The Crawford Family Forum right now discussing all things babies with KPCC’s early childhood development correspondent Deepa Fernandes.
What do you think the California accent sounds like? We're partnering with KQED in San Francisco to get – and hear – your thoughts on the subject.