Kathy Tu

Kathy Tu

Independent Producer

Kathy Tu is an independent radio producer and web developer based in Los Angeles, California. She graduated from the Transom Story Workshop in Fall of 2013 and is a proud recipient of the 2014 Åke Blomström Memorial Prize. Currently she is working on producing more radio features, coding web projects, and learning how to do a mean backflip.


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While in Copenhagen, Denmark, in November 2015, independent producer Scott Carrier spoke to refugees passing through the city.

The refugee trail that led to Greece and Denmark

While in Copenhagen, Denmark, in November 2015, independent producer Scott Carrier spoke to refugees passing through the city.

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