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Annie Z. Yu

Annie Z. Yu is an audience engagement editor at the Los Angeles Times. She specializes in creating social, engagement and distribution plans for enterprise stories and investigative projects (ex. Dirty John series, OxyContin series and more).Before joining The Times, she worked on audience engagement projects at ProPublica in New York City. Before that, she reported for the Arizona Republic, the Orange County Register and several news organizations in Washington, D.C. She hails from the Bay Area and graduated from Azusa Pacific University, where she served as an award-winning editor-in-chief of the newspaper.
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