Peabody Award-winning television journalist, Vladimir Duthiers is a CBS News correspondent, based in New York. He has been a correspondent for CBS News since 2014, after his 5 years stint at CNN.
Background & Education
Vladimir was born on December 21, 1969, to Haitian immigrants of French descent parents in New York. He can speak fluent French and Haitian Creole. Duthiers, who also can speak Mandarin Chinese, holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Rhode Island. He completed his Master of Science from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism in 1991.
Prior to the journalism career, Duthiers contributed 18 years in the finance management industry AllianceBernstein as a managing director. He supervised global investment leadership for clients based in 21 countries, before returning part-time to study at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
He began his journalism career in 2009 as an intern at CNN. Then he worked as a production assistant, serving on Christiane Amanpour’s Amanpour and Anderson Cooper 360°. The day after the 2010 Haiti earthquake, he moved to Haiti with the CNN crew, operating as an interpreter and production assistant.
He was a member of the team that gained two Emmy Awards for their coverage. Then, he served as an international reporter in Nigeria. He obtained a Peabody Award for his work reporting the kidnapping of the Nigerian schoolgirls by the Islamist terror group Boko Haram.
During his job in Nigeria, Duthiers recorded largely on the terrorist activities of Boko Haram, which has been responsible for killing thousands of Nigerians since 2009. While in the region, Duthiers reported the continuing military intervention in Mali, the terrorist attack on the Amenas gas plant in Algeria, the crash of Dana Air Flight 992, and President Barack Obama’s visit to Senegal.
Duthiers has served on the plight of transportation children in Haiti and investigated the American missionary Doug Perlitz, who was indicted of sexually harassing Haitian street orphans under his care. In 2011, he interviewed Haitian President Michel Martelly, clasping him on his country’s efforts to crack down on child trafficking.
He also reported on the Israeli-Palestinian crisis, from the streets of Bangkok during Thailand’s political turmoil and the birth of the royal baby Prince George in July 2013.
Vladimir Duthiers is a CBS News correspondent based in New York. He converted a correspondent for CBSN, the 24/7 digital streaming network from CBS News, at its launch in November 2014.
After joining CBS News in 2014, he has reported a broad range of breaking news and feature stories. He spent a month reporting the protests against police in the aftereffect of a white police officer questioning an unarmed African-American man.He filled several weeks covering on the police manhunt for ‘Eric Matthew Frein’, who avowedly killed a Pennsylvania State Police officer.
He has searched how the New Jersey shore reflected after Superstorm Sandy, crossed with the Navy’s Blue Angels, sketched NBA star Russell Westbrook, looked at the high-end jets of the mega-wealthy, including a visit with Donald Trump, and has talked President Bill Clinton and JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon.
Personal Life & Net Worth
Vladimir Duthiers is an unmarried man who is always committed to his duties. Some tabloids speculate about his sexual orentation saying he is gay but this seems false as he is found dating a woman.
Vladimir, who is at his late forty hasn’t married is a fact, but he has a partner, a girlfriend partner, Marian Wang. He also uploaded some Instagram photos with her as mentioned as his girl, potential wife. Some source claimed that the couple met when Vladimir was in the US military, but they have been seen together since 2014.
According to the source, Vladimir’s salary is $500 thousand USD which adds up his current net worth to $200 thousand. This 5 9″ journalist holds an American nationality and belongs to Han Chinese and Haitian-French ethnicity.