Zou Yue became a correspondent of CCTV in August 2003. He became the Head of Anchors Team of CCTV International in 2009. Since 2010, he has been the anchor of China24, a flagship news magazine show of CCTV NEWS.
Previously, Yue was a producer and reporter for Wuhan TV where he had primary editorial and newsgathering responsibilities for the local new coverage. He anchors the 15-minute local daily English news program.
Since 1997, Yue has covered many major events across China, including the 1998 Yangtze Flood, Hong Kong and Macao’s return to the Chinese sovereignty, China’s first manned space flight, the Six-party Talks in Beijing, Beijing Olympics, Wenchuan Earthquake, Shenzhou and Chang’e Space Missions and annual meetings of
China’s National People’s Congress.
Previously, Yue worked as reporter and editor for many award-winning documentaries for Wuhan TV including When Comet Shoemaker Levy-9 Hits the Jupiter, The Great Yongle Bell and Protecting Dunhuang.
Yue graduated with his bachelor’s of arts degree in English Language from Huazhong University of Science and Technology and he got his master’s degree of arts in Literary Criticism from Central China Normal University.