- CNTV English - CCTV News

About hosts

02-06-2012 15:29 BJT

Michelle Makori is the New York anchor and producer for “Biz Asia America”. Prior to joining CCTV in December of 2011, Michelle was an anchor and reporter for Bloomberg TV for five years and freelanced as a reporter with CNN Money.

Michelle Makori

Before joining Bloomberg TV and moving to New York in 2005, Michelle was one of the main anchors and producers for SABC Africa Television,based in Johannesburg South Africa and broadcasting throughout the African Continent.

Her accolades include winning the Harambee African Reporter of the Year Award in 2004 for her work on micro-lending enterprises.

Michelle combines business journalistic experience with Wall Street credibility, being a FINRA licensed financial adviser (Series 7) and having worked with the Beryl Consulting Group and GFI.

Michelle speaks six languages and holds a Post Graduate Honors Degree in Media Studies and Journalism (with distinction), and a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Law and Psychology , both from South Africa’s University of the Witwatersrand.

She also graduated top of her class from South Africa’s Damelin Business School.

Hot Videos view more
Hot Stories more

Embassy: 2 Chinese nationals aboard capsized S Korean ship

The Chinese embassy in Seoul has confirmed two Chinese citizens were on board the ferry. Staff from the embassy has visited their families. Of the ferry’s 475 passengers, 9 have been confirmed dead. 179 people have been rescued and 287 are still missing.

Eight dead, 14 hurt in fatal highway accident in S. Philippines

Eight people were killed and over a dozen others were injured when a wayward truck plowed to several vehicles along a national road in this southern Philippine city over the weekend, police said Sunday.

Fmr Egyptian president accused of ordering killing of activists

Morsi is accused of ordering the killing of activists on December 5th 2012. The brief session was televised, but some Egyptians are beginning to lose interest in the drawn out trial.

More Video News

Choose TV Program