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About the Publisher: Former associate news producer, weekend news producer/reporter, local television news reporter, weekend morning anchor, news freelancer and currently, a news blogger. Took a leap of faith after 6 years as a Medical Technologist.
“Family, home, faith in God are priorities. I freelanced a lot,” Lim said.
Her former news experience includes working at KBIM-TV (CBS) in Roswell, New Mexico, SNN 6 in Sarasota, Florida and at Tampa Bay area television stations before social media existed. While working in Roswell, the New Mexico Associated Press Broadcasters awarded KBIM-TV and Lim First Place in Spot News in 1990. Lim joined the Asian American Journalists Association while she was a freelance and part-time morning weekend news anchor at SNN6. She started with the Florida Chapter of AAJA.
“Whether you live in a community of 10 or thousands of Asian Americans, look to newsrooms that value diversity, hire Asian Americans for their on-air news positions and include Asian Americans in their news coverage,” Lim says.
“If you are in a competitive newsroom or work environment, have faith in knowing God has your back,” Lim added.
Carol Lim is a believer in Christ, married and Chinese American. She is a graduate of the University of Texas in Austin (B.S. Medical Technology) and the University of South Florida (B.A. Mass Communications-Broadcast News) in Tampa. The Lims, both native Houstonians and retired, returned to their hometown of Houston, Texas in December 2016 after her husband, Daniel, a microbiologist, retired from the University of South Florida. They enjoy spending time with family, trying out recipes, shopping for bargains and travel.