Kristen Muller

Chief Content Officer

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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

Announcing LAist Studios

Announcing LAist Studios, a podcast studio built to tell the stories of Los Angeles to the world.

LAist is officially back — thanks to you!

We are LAist. LAist is us. And YOU are part of both.

LAist is coming back, while makes a change

This website is changing, and we want to tell you why — and what comes next.

Why KPCC is bringing LAist back — an open letter to Southern California

We want to tell stories that inform, inspire, and connect Angelenos to one another. That’s what KPCC is dedicated to providing, and that’s what LAist was doing when it shut down in November.

Big changes for Off-Ramp host John Rabe

John will be shutting down Off-Ramp July 2 to take on a new role at KPCC.

KPCC celebrates Terry Gross’ move with a Fresh Air-athon

To celebrate Terry Gross' move to noon on KPCC, we asked her and her team to share their favorite shows with us. You can listen to their picks in a “Fresh Air-athon” we're airing Saturday and Sunday.

First Person: Amir's Garden is Kristin Sabo's labor of love

Sabo took over the job more than 10 years ago after Amir Dialameh, the garden's founder, passed away. "If you see a need, go take care of it," she says.

First Person: 12-year-old Luke Quezada spreads the love of books

Discarded materials in his family's backyard are transformed into a 'book swap library.'

Buddhists give $6.6 million to support Japan studies at USC

The Shinnyo-en Buddhist order donated $6.6 million to USC to promote the study of Japanese religion and culture. The pledge comes as USC attempts to raise $6 billion.

Study: LA charter schools outperform traditional district schools

A study by Stanford University's Center for Research on Education Outcomes shows that a typical L.A. charter school student outperforms their district school peers.

Woody Allen reps calls New York Times article 'disgraceful'

Representatives for Woody Allen lashed out Sunday about the claims that he molested his adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow.

First Person: Crossing guard Tony Abdalla is kids' fierce protector

Retired dentist Tony Abdalla is the crossing guard at Arroyo Vista Elementary School in South Pasadena. He seems to know every kid and parent by name.

Pedestrian killed on Metro Gold Line

There was a death on the Metro Gold Line Saturday afternoon in South Pasadena. An eyewitness said that the man was moving slowly

LAX shooting update: Focus on shooter's background and motive

Two days after a shooting at LAX resulted in the death of a TSA agent and injuries to several others, airport officials said they'll be reviewing security procedures. Meanwhile, the suspected shooter's background and motive

PHOTOS: New 14-foot 'sea serpent' oarfish found in SoCal

Another rare oarfish has attracted gawkers on a Southern California beach. This time the snakelike sea creature washed up in Oceanside.