Vladimir Duthiers is a CBS News correspondent based in New York. He became a correspondent for CBSN, the 24/7 digital streaming network from CBS News, at its launch in November 2014.
Since joining CBS News in 2014, the Peabody Award and Emmy Award-winning journalist has covered a wide-range of breaking and feature stories. He spent a month covering the protests against police in the aftermath of a white police officer shooting an unarmed African-American man in Ferguson, Missouri and spent several weeks reporting on the police manhunt for Eric Matthew Frein, who allegedly killed a Pennsylvania State Police officer. He’s explored how the New Jersey shore rebounded after Superstorm Sandy, flown with the Navy’s Blue Angels, profiled NBA star Russell Westbrook, looked at the high-end jets of the mega-wealthy, including a visit with Donald Trump, and has interviewed President Bill Clinton, and JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon.
His work has been featured on CBS THIS MORNING, the CBS EVENING NEWS WITH SCOTT PELLEY, CBS SUNDAY MORNING WITH CHARLES OSGOOD and all CBS News platforms.
Before CBS News, Duthiers was an international correspondent at CNN, based in Lagos, Nigeria. He began his career at CNN in 2009 as a production assistant on the news program “Amanpour” before going on to serve as an associate producer for “Anderson Cooper 360°.” He was among the first journalists to arrive in Haiti to cover the 2010 earthquake and was part of the team that won two Emmy Awards for their coverage. Prior to his career in journalism, Duthiers spent 18 years in the investment management industry, most recently as a managing director at an investment company, where he led global investment initiatives for clients based in 21 countries.