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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The Centers for Disease Control released a new study that shows little spread of COVID if masks, social distancing and proper sanitation are enforced.

CDC suggests possible restart of in-person classes. LAUSD doesn’t see that happening soon

The Centers for Disease Control released a new study that shows little spread of COVID if masks, social distancing and proper sanitation are enforced.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Governor Gavin Newsom on Monday canceled the statewide stay-at-home order he put in place last month because of surging COVID-19 cases.

Gov. Newsom abruptly lifts COVID restrictions. Epidemiologist says to be extra cautious

Governor Gavin Newsom on Monday canceled the statewide stay-at-home order he put in place last month because of surging COVID-19 cases.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

When it comes to administering the coronavirus vaccine, California is faring worse than most other states.

Ideas for improving California’s COVID vaccine rollout

When it comes to administering the coronavirus vaccine, California is faring worse than most other states.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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