Elaine Reyes

Elaine Reyes

Elaine Reyes is a news anchor for CGTN America based in Washington, D.C. She is also the Host of “Americas Now,” the network’s hour-long magazine program that focuses on social, economic and political issues in the Americas. Elaine also presents “China 24,” a daily news show featuring China’s business, culture and its impact around the world.

Elaine has conducted one-on-one interviews with President Enrique Pena Nieto of Mexico, former Chilean Presidents Sebastian Pinera and Ricardo Lagos along with several Foreign Ministers and Ambassadors. She also interviewed then-Texas Governor George W. Bush during the 2000 U.S. Presidential Campaign as well as former U.S. President Jimmy Carter.

She has covered all kinds of stories from natural disasters to sporting events and everything in between. Elaine joined CGTN News from the NBC station in Washington, DC. She was also a reporter and anchor in Atlanta, Georgia and several other U.S. television stations…covering major news events for American networks including MSNBC, FOX News, CBS, CNN and the Weather Channel.

Both the Southeast Chapter of National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and Georgia Associated Press have recognized her work.
Elaine is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association and a graduate of AAJA’s Executive Leadership Program. She holds a degree in Journalism from the University of Georgia.

Follow Elaine Reyes on Twitter @ElaineReyesTV
And watch Americas Now on Sunday nights: https://america.cgtn.com/category/americas-now/


July 3, 2023

Americas Now: Today in Technology

Over the last few years, the city of Toronto has become a global center when it comes to tech and innovation. It is the third largest technological hub in North America, with 24,000 companies that employ nearly 300,000 workers. Read More...
November 14, 2021

Close and personal with Bolivia’s president

From accounting to banking, public service to politics and from academia to Bolivia's leader. Americas Now anchor, Elaine Reyes, sat down with him to talk about the pandemic, climate change and, of course, Bolivia´s economic situation. Read More...
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