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P. Kim Bui

Gannett Digital

P. Kim Bui is the director of product and audience innovation at the Arizona Republic. She's focused her career on leading real-time news initiatives and creating storytelling forms for digital, print and broadcast companies catering to local, national and global audiences. Prior, she was editor-at-large for NowThis News, focusing on original, social reporting and breaking news. She was also deputy managing editor for reported.ly, a digital media startup specializing in social journalism. She’s been a speaker, trainer and teacher on leadership and digital journalism at universities, conferences and gatherings worldwide. She writes a newsletter for emerging leaders and managers, The Middles: themiddl.es

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Projects

  1. Reported.ly’s Editorial—and Web—Evolution
  2. Fast Hacks: Harnessing Google tools for crowdsourced mapping
  3. WYNC & KPCC’s California Elections Map

Articles by P. Kim

  1. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: Leadership and management are not the same thing

    Newsrooms must create ways for people to learn to lead without pushing people into management.

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    Newsrooms must create ways for people to learn to lead without pushing people into management.

  2. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: What we’ll do in 2022

    It’s not enough for us to ask others for their commitments, without first making some of our own.

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    Over the next few weeks, you’ll see a series of guest columns that are a little different than our usual offering. As promised, we solicited and received commitments (not predictions) from journalism leaders. We’re excited to publish these thoughts and promises made by our fellow leaders, allies, and rebels — of all colors.

  3. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: We’re back and better than ever

    Newsroom leaders: We want to hear what you’re *actually* going to do next year to help journalists of color thrive

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    We’ve been funded for 2022! Newsroom leaders: We want to hear what you’re *actually* going to do next year to help journalists of color thrive.

  4. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: POCs are expected to be exceptional at everything. That’s literally impossible.

    Leaders of color are dealing with a double standard.

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    Leaders of color are dealing with a double standard: To be considered successful, you must be twice as good. To be a genuine leader, you must show people you aren’t perfect, and have things you’re working on, setting an impossible bar to more achievable heights.

  5. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: Lessons from SRCCON2021

    Whisper networks, everyone needs help, what allyship means, and how there’s no universal answer to DEI

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    Whisper networks, everyone needs help, what allyship means, and how there’s no universal answer to DEI

  6. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: Burnout culture is everywhere

    But it starts at the top, and you need to have a hand in the solution.

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    But it starts at the top, and you need to have a hand in the solution.

  7. Sincerely, Leaders of Color: To whom it may concern

    We’re opening a space for and by leaders of color in newsrooms. You can help us.

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    Sincerely, Leaders of Color is written for everyone in the journalism industry who cares about creating a more supportive environment for journalists of color to do their best work.

  8. Hello from Our SRCCON:POWER Emcee

    A Q&A with SRCCON:POWER’s master of ceremonies, Kim Bui

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    Our Q&A; with SRCCON:POWER emcee Kim Bui.

  9. Reported.ly’s Editorial—and Web—Evolution

    How reported.ly tinkered its way to a home for social-first journalism

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    Kim Bui breaks down the iterative process reported.ly’s web presence has undergone alongside the team’s editorial evolution.

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