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Kristen Muller is SCPR's Chief Content Officer. She oversees SCPR’s broadcast, digital, live event, news, on-demand, and programming activities. Prior to that, she was SCPR's Senior Managing Editor for News, and Senior Producer of Take Two and The Madeleine Brand Show.
Kristen joined SCPR after spending more than a decade at CBS News, where she was a producer for the CBS Evening News and an associate producer at 60 Minutes II.
Muller was a 2015-2016 John S. Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University. She is the winner of national Emmy and Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Awards and was a Gerald Loeb Award finalist. She's filed stories for NPR and spent a year at KCRW as a Producer for Which Way L.A.? and To the Point.
Stories by Kristen Muller
In the last 72 hours, I've gone from not knowing anything about Old Spice to desperately wanting to be part of their marketing efforts.
It's the moment you've all been waiting for... We've FINALLY decided on a name for our show. We're honored that Jim Gray joined Madeleine to make the announcement.Thanks to all of you who helped Madeleine through this challenging time.
The heat wave beginning today is going to be bad- highs ranging from 113 to 117 degrees in Imperial and Riverside Counties. But according to a recent study on global warming by Stanford University, this kind of weather will not be considered unusual in the next 30 years.
(Photo courtesy of Raul Roa/ Gelndale News-Press)
'Every King Needs a Castle' Video Short produced by Halstead Property on WellcomeMatAdd New York City realtors to the list of people courting the NBA phenom. It's a strange pitch, especially coming from a woman who appears to be wearing a BP logo on her lapel.
Awesome. That's how I described the first season of Jersey Shore. But I truly thought it was a one-off. How could the producers get THAT lucky again? Judging by this trailer for the second season, it looks like I was wrong.
Matt Taibbi's column today is a must read for anyone following the debate over whether Rolling Stone reporter Michael Hastings stepped over the line in reporting his profile of General Stanley McChrystal.
The fallout over the Rolling Stone article about General Stanley McChrystal continued over the weekend. But now the focus has turned on the Rolling Stone reporter himself. On Saturday the Washington Post published an article which called into question whether the reporter, Michael Hastings, had published material which was not on the record.
This YouTube video is pretty disturbing. It shows that sickening rainbow oil sheen that we've gotten used to seeing on the surface of the Gulf. But this time that sheen is on pavement, onshore, after a rain storm.
We got some more bad news on the housing front this morning. The Commerce Department said that sales of new homes plunged 32% from April to May. Housing analysts blame it on the expiration of the federal tax credit for new home buyers.
As of this writing, General McChrystal still has a job. That may change when he meets with President Obama tomorrow at the White House. The Rolling Stone profile is devastating. The Runaway General
I'm supposed to be focusing on developing our new show. But I got diverted this morning by this article on the Daily Beast's site, 40 Unhealthiest Burgers. It's a list of 40 hamburgers "That Can Kill You".
You're all probably familiar with the Minerals and Management Service. They're the agency that was supposed to be in charge of overseeing the oil industry. (Well done!) Today, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar got out his thesaurus and renamed it the " Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement.
Thanks everyone for the great ideas...keep 'em coming!