Vladimir Duthiers Biography

Vladimir Duthiers is a CBS News correspondent who formerly worked for CNN for five years. He was part of the CNN crew that won two Emmys for their coverage of the 2010 Haiti earthquake.

How old is Vladimir Duthiers? – Age

Duthiers was born on 21 December 1969 in New York City, New York, United States. She is 52 years as of 2021.

Where did Vladimir Duthiers go to school? – Education

He attended the University of Rhode Island, where he majored in journalism before transferring to political science. He graduated in 1991 and began working in the financial services business on Wall Street.

Vladimir Duthiers – Family

Duthiers was brought up in New York, the son of Haitian immigrants of French ancestry. He speaks French and Haitian Creole fluently.

Vladimir Duthiers Wife

Duthiers married his long-term fiancée Marian Wang, a senior news producer for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, on September 1, 2020. They intended to marry in South Africa, but owing to the COVID-19 epidemic, they married on Fire Island, New York, on his mother’s birthday.

Vladimir Duthiers The CBS journalist
Vladimir Duthiers The CBS journalist

What is Duthiers Salary?

Duthiers earns an estimated salary ranging from  $56,500 to $120,000.

Duthiers Net Worth

He has a net worth of $800,000.

Vladimir Duthiers Career

Duthiers began working for CNN in 2009, initially as an intern, a production assistant, on Christiane Amanpour’s Amanpour and Anderson Cooper 360°. He flew to Haiti with the CNN crew the day after the 2010 earthquake, serving as an interpreter and production assistant. He was a member of the crew that received two Emmys for their coverage of the earthquake. He was then assigned as a foreign reporter to Nigeria, where he received a Peabody Award for his coverage of the kidnapping of Nigerian schoolgirls by the terrorist group Boko Haram. During his job in Nigeria, Duthiers reported on Boko Haram’s terrorist actions, which have resulted in the deaths of hundreds of Nigerians since 2009, including the kidnapping of the Chibok girls. The ongoing military intervention in Mali, the terrorist attack and the In Amenas hostage crisis in Algeria, the former Liberian warlord Charles Taylor’s trial and sentencing at the International Criminal Court in Sierra Leone, the crash of Dana Air Flight 992, and President Barack Obama’s visit to Senegal while in the region were all covered by Duthiers.

He also reported from Japan and South Korea on US military activities in the Asia-Pacific theater, from the Middle East on the front lines of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, from Bangkok’s streets during Thailand’s political instability, and from the birth of the royal infant Prince George in July 2013.

He joined CBS News as a news journalist in New York in August 2014. He has appeared on CBS This Morning, CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley, CBS News Sunday Morning, 48 Hours, and other CBS News platforms. Duthiers anchors CBSN, CBS News, and CBS Interactive’s streaming news channel.

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