Amy Ta

Amy Ta

Digital News & Culture Editor

KCRW Staff/Producer

Amy Ta has worked in public media since 2010, having produced NPR's Tell Me More with Michel Martin, Weekend Edition and NPR Music. She also produced the independent podcast Tiny Spark: Investigating the Business of Doing Good. She came to KCRW in 2016 as a producer for Press Play with Madeleine Brand. In 2019, she joined the digital staff to produce web features and capture photos for Press Play, Greater LA, Design & Architecture, Good Food, and The Business. 

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Billionaire presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg is going all-in on California, especially after Democratic Senator Kamala Harris dropped out of the race.

What are Mike Bloomberg’s chances of winning over California voters?

Billionaire presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg is going all-in on California, especially after Democratic Senator Kamala Harris dropped out of the race.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

At least 10 women have accused Tony Robbins of either sexual harassment or general mistreatment.

Self-help guru Tony Robbins faces sexual assault allegations

At least 10 women have accused Tony Robbins of either sexual harassment or general mistreatment.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Two articles of impeachment were announced today against President Trump: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

Rep. Adam Schiff on articles of impeachment and what’s next

Two articles of impeachment were announced today against President Trump: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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