Maurice Dubois

Maurice Dubois was born in the year 1965 and he is am American television anchorman who works at WCBS-TV in the city of New York City and at CBS Network. According to his biography, he was born in the city of Long Island in New York. His father was immigrant from Caribbean Island of Dominica.

For his education, he attended Port Jefferson High school and got a Bachelor of Science degree of Journalism at Northwestern University from Evanston in Illinois. When he was in college, he was working as Intern in the Public Affairs Office at Brookhaven National Laboratory found in Long Island. He was writing in Brookhaven Bulletin, the employee newspaper.

Maurice Dubois started his career in the year 1987 and he was working like desk assistant in KING-TV found in Seattle in Washington. Afterwards, he worked like anchor and the reporter of the WFLD-TV found in Chicago in Illinois and he started to work at Sacramento of California. He did spent seven years working in New York with WNBC-TV. He was the co-anchor for Today In New York which is early-morning local news with entertainment program. During this time, he did host Four Stories. It is a television news-magazine program which featured community heroes and he was also in charge of Mind Over Media. It is a special program of Court-TV where students were learning about media images.

In the year 2004, DuBois started to work at WCBS-TV found in New York. It is East Coast flagship station of CBS Television network. He was one of the anchors of the 6pm newscast. He also worked at CBS2 News together with Dana Tyler. From that time, he had anchored the CBS2 News This Morning with CBS2 News at Noon together with Mary Calvi and Cindy Hsu. In the year 2011, he started to anchor the 5pm news and the CBS 2 News at 11 together with Kristine Johnson. Besides covering for the local news, Dubois was working as the reporter who covered national political conventions and he witnessed a double execution. He also reported Pope John Paul II’s death and Pope Benedict XVI’s installation.

DuBois is involved into his community and he is serving as a board member of 3 nonprofit organizations. When it comes to his personal life, Maurice Dubois is married and his wife is called Andrea Dubois born as Andrea Adair. They got married in the year 2001. They have got two sons and they do live in Harlem.

Maurice Dubois won 4 Emmy Awards and he was honored by Associated Press. He also got the Trailblazer Award given by the New York City Chapter for National Association for Black Journalist. He had been given the honorary Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Medgar Evers College, based in Bethapage, Seton Hall University based in South Orange, in New Jersey and St Francis College, found in Brooklyn, in New York.

25 Oct, 2018