Vladimir Duthiers is a famous face of American news and has been a journalist and correspondent for CBS News and also has worked at the CNN news channel. He also is an anchor for CBSN which is a streaming news channel for CBS News and CBS interactive.
Vladimir Duthiers Net Worth is approximately $200 thousand
Being the face of two major news channels, CBS News and CNN, Vladimir Duthiers’s career as a journalist and correspondent has been extremely successful and mark making. The American journalist has an estimated net worth of $200 thousand and an annual salary of $500 thousand.
Born on the 21st of December in New York city, Vladimir Duthiers was raised by parents of Haitian and French descent. Growing up with the background, Vladimir Duthiers grew up to be fluent in French and Haitian Creole apart from English.
Vladimir Duthiers first completed his degree in political science from the University of Rhode Island in 1991 and then worked in the financial service industry on wall street.
In 1993 when he started working at AllianceBernstein he was the managing director for business development in Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East and also got in master’s in broadcast journalism at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism side by side.
Vladimir Duthiers was dating Marian Wang who is also a journalist and a senior news producer at Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. However, the couple has been so private that no details of how they met have ever been disclosed. In fact, the secrecy also led to people questioning his sexuality and the rumors by posting a picture with his girlfriend.
On September 1st, 2020, Vladimir Duthiers married his girlfriend. The couple was supposed to have a massive wedding in South Africa but due to the ongoing pandemic, the couple got married on fire island, New York.
In 2017, at the University of Rhode Island during his alma matter speech, Vladimir Duthiers spoke about how he decided to pursue journalism at the age of 37 after quitting an extremely successful job in finance.
While he was pursuing his degree at Columbia, Vladimir Duthiers worked as an intern in 2009 at CNN and then continued to be a production assistant at Christiane Amanpour’s Amanpour.
He won two Emmy awards while working at CNN for his extensive on sit coverage of the Haiti earthquake.
He also went on to be recognized for his hard work in covering the kidnapping of Nigerian School groups by the terrorist group Boko Haram.
He also covered the sentencing of Charles Taylor, president Barack Obama’s visit to Senegal, and also reported U.S military operations in Japan and South Korea.
In 2013 he covered the birth of the royal Prince George and in august 2014 he officially joined as a news correspondent at CBS news.