Kim Bui Senior Producer, Mobile Content
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P. Kim Bui is a Senior Producer for Mobile Content at KPCC. Prior to that, Bui worked as KPCC's Associate Editor for Social Media.
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
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.
After 22 seasons with the LA Kings, PA announcer David Courtney has died. He was 56.
What are you thankful for in 2012? We asked you, and here are some of your responses.
Veterans Day is a day for honoring those who served. To pay tribute, KPCC wants to track the path veterans in Southern California took to the lands and countries they served in.
A record number of Californians are registered to vote today — 18 million. As you head to the polls, we want to know what your voting experience was like.
Where are the best neighborhoods with the best candy? Help us figure it out by contributing to our map.
KPCC's Frank Stoltze chatted with diners at Inglewood restaurant The Serving Spoon Tuesday morning about the issues that are most important to them.
An estimated 46 million millennials will be eligible to vote this year. We joined West Coast public radio stations to ask young voters why their vote matters.
KPCC spoke with cafe-goers at Carolyn's Cafe in Redlands this morning, to find out what issues will matter to them this election season.
My main concern is that we need to make [politics] more accessible for the regular citizen.
I just really want it to work for everybody — public education. We've got to find a way to fund it, we have to stop demonizing teachers.
We're curating the best and most interesting of what's being said about the vice presidential debates by our staff and the world on social media. Follow along!
KPCC's political reporter Frank Stoltze took his mic to the streets, or at least the tables at Philippe's downtown to hear what concerns you this election season.
We want to see what you have in 2012, L.A. Tweet or instagram with the hashtag #MyBike, or post on our facebook wall!
It's National Taco Day, so in honor of our favorite handheld tastebomb, we asked you where the best tacos were in Los Angeles.