Karina Huber

Karina Huber

Karina Huber is a New York-based reporter for CGTN America, covering everything from business to education. She is also a fill-in anchor for “Global Business America”.

Prior to CGTN America, Karina was a business reporter for CNN and Reuters reporting live from the New York Stock Exchange. She also covered the aftermath of the 2012 earthquake in Haiti.

For a decade, Karina worked as a television presenter. She was the host of a two-hour weekly arts show on A&E called “Breakfast with the Arts” where she interviewed actors and musicians including Phil Collins, Kevin Bacon and Jewel.

She also co-hosted a science and technology show in Canada called “Daily Planet” and was a host at MuchMoreMusic for four years where she interviewed countless rock stars. She got her first break in French television when she became a videojockey in Montreal at age 23.

She is a graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. She is fluent in French and speaks conversational German.

STORIES BY KARINA HUBER

U.S. birth falls to record low in 2020
June 12, 2021

U.S. birth falls to record low in 2020

Many countries are now worried about declining birth rates, some have dubbed it the 'silver tsunami.' That’s when an aging population doesn’t have enough young people to fund its benefits. As CGTN’s Karina Huber reports, there’s been a noticeable drop in births in the U.S. during the pandemic. Read More...
June 10, 2021

FDA approves controversial Alzheimer’s drug

Tens of millions of people worldwide suffer from Alzheimer’s, a form of dementia. There is no cure and treatments are limited. But a new drug that has controversially just been approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration is providing hope it could delay the […] Read More...
What happened to the flu season in the U.S.?
May 15, 2021

What happened to the flu season in the U.S.?

Flu season in the U.S. traditionally starts in the fall and ends in April. In a normal year, tens of thousands of Americans including children – die of influenza. But this has not been a normal year. What happened? Read More...
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