Victoria Lim is an award-winning journalist who set herself apart from the
industry-norm almost two decades ago by maximizing video, audio, broadcast,
print, online and social media platforms.
Nicknamed the “Queen of Convergence” by the Poynter Institute, Victoria is a prototype 21st century storyteller, creatively utilizing every traditional and new media format to reach viewers and readers.
As a reporter/anchor for Bright House Sports Network (a regional sports network based in Central Florida), Lim's work garnered an Emmy nomination for her multi- platform project, “A Goal for Haiti: Pascal Millien’s story," which included a half- hour television special and exclusive online content.
As the consumer investigative reporter for WFLA-TV, the Tampa Tribune and tbo.com, Victoria won an Emmy and Associated Press honors. She was named the 2006 Journalist of the Year by the Society of Professional Journalists.
When Victoria is not breaking news, she trains other journalists on multi-platform news gathering, social media, broadcast news writing, ethics, and diversity reporting.
An active member of the Asian American Journalists Association, she serves a national board representative, and has held the president and vice president positions as well.
Victoria spent the 2008-09 academic year in as an assistant professor at the prestigious University of Missouri's School of Journalism, and has served as an adjunct instructor at the University of Tampa, the University of South Florida and the Poynter Institute.
A graduate of Temple University, Victoria holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Radio-TV and Film. Temple inducted Lim into its "Journalism Hall of Fame" in 2006, awarding her the Lew Klein Alumni in the Media award.
She's the recipient of more than a dozen other state, regional and national journalism honors.
In her spare time, you can find Victoria on the soccer field, beach volleyball court, living out her Food Network dreams, or playing the piano.
Check out Victoria’s complete resume