Who is Jonathan Vigliotti? Jonathan Vigliotti Bio/Wiki
Jonathan Vigliotti is a London-based foreign correspondent with CBS News. His reports are often seen on the news programs of the network and on the Newspath affiliate service. He worked for WNBC in New York before entering CBS, contributing to The New York Times.
Jonathan Vigliotti Born on March 20, 1983. He is 36 years old. He was born and raised in Westchester, NY.
He studied Journalism and architecture at a private research university in New York City called Fordham University. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Communications in 2005. As a student, Vigliotti recorded and anchored news updates for the WFUV affiliate of NPR and interned 20/20 at ABC.
Jonathan Vigliotti Career
As a correspondent for Newspath, CBS News ‘ 24-hour newsgathering service in 2015, Jonathan joined CBS News. Prior to that, Vigliotti worked at WNBC in New York City. Previously, Vigliotti reported to WPLG, the ABC affiliate in Miami, Florida, where he covered Haiti’s earthquake and won an Emmy for his half-hour primetime special on Florida’s gun law loopholes.
He reported on the case of the 15-year-old kid detained in Playground Shootings That Wounded 4 Teens back in August 2012 severely from Brooklyn.
Jonathan got one domestic Emmy award and six regional Emmy awards. He traveled to Greenland for three weeks to report on the effect of climate change on polar bears as part of a grant given by the Crisis Reporting Center in Pulitz. He also served as a contributor to the travel, business and sports sections of Current TV and the New York Times. He also got two Edward R. Murrow prizes and three Associated Press prizes for reporting and breaking news coverage, including “Best On-Camera Talent” for his 2011 internet weapon trading inquiry and “Breaking News” for his field reporting during Hurricane Sandy in 2013.
Jonathan Vigliotti Twitter
16 days, 4 countries, 76 engagements and a new-found appreciation for the fine art of Welly Wanging. 1 more live shot from Auckland, New Zealand. pic.twitter.com/48pqEwFHWT
— Jonathan Vigliotti (@JonVigliotti) October 30, 2018
Next stop: Fiji on this crazy royal tour! #fiji @LeighKiniry @KensingtonRoyal pic.twitter.com/xD3kGwqQt2
— Jonathan Vigliotti (@JonVigliotti) October 22, 2018