Vladimir Duthiers is an American television journalist who has been a correspondent for CBS News since 2014 following five years at CNN. He was a member of the CNN team that won two Emmy Awards for its coverage of the 2010 Haiti Earthquake.
And he won a Peabody Award for his coverage from Nigeria of the kidnapping of the school girls by Boko Haram.
Who is Vladimir’s Wife? The couple announced their first Pregnancy
On September 1, 2020, Duthiers married his long-time girlfriend Marian Wang, a senior news producer with Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. They had planned to get married in South Africa, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they got married on Fire Island, New York, on his Mother’s birthday. The couple is pregnant with their first child. The couple recently celebrated their two years anniversary with a public exchange of their love for one another.
Marian Wang is 36 years old. She was born on 13 August 1985 in Taiwan and was raised in a Chinese home. They announce their first child. The couple cannot explain their happiness as they are going to be parents of a baby girl early next year.
Vladimir Duthiers’s Early Life and Education
Duthiers was born and raised in New York, the son of Haitian immigrants of partial French descent. He is fluent in French and Haitian Creole.
He attended the University of Rhode Island, first with a journalism major before switching his focus to political science. Vladimir graduated in 1991 and began working on Wall Street in the financial services industry. He joined asset management firm Alliance Bernstein in 1993 where he was ultimately promoted to managing director responsible for business development in many continents before returning part-time to study broadcast journalism at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Vladimir’s Professional Career
Duthiers joined CNN in 2009, first as an intern, then as a production assistant, working on Christiane Amanpour’s and Anderson Cooper. The day after the earthquake in Haiti, he traveled to Haiti with the CNN team. He was part of the team that won two Emmy Awards.
He was later posted to Nigeria as an international correspondent. During his work in Nigeria, he reported on the Terrorist activities of Boko Haram which, in addition to the kidnapping of the Chibok girls.
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He also reported from Japan and South Korea on U.S. military operations in the Asia-Pacific theater, in the middle east. In August 2014, he joined CBS News as a news correspondent, based in New York. He is also an anchor for CBS, the streaming news channel from CBS News and CBS Interactive.