Ramy Inocencio is the Asia correspondent for CBS News, based in Beijing. He joined CBS News in April 2019 and contributes to all broadcasts and platforms.
Inocencio has two decades of experience reporting across Asia, America and Europe covering numerous international news stories of our era with live coverage and original reporting of major geopolitical events, natural disasters and emerging technology trends around the globe.
Before joining CBS News, Inocencio was a New York-based anchor and correspondent for “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.” At Bloomberg Television, he covered the first face-to-face summit between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping from Mar-a-Lago, reported from Paris on the 2016 Bastille Day terror attack and traveled across the United States in 2015 for “Wiring the World,” his technology innovation series. He also anchored for Bloomberg Radio and launched two daily podcasts on U.S.-Asia Pacific economic and financial ties.
Prior to Bloomberg, Inocencio was at the Wall Street Journal Asia where he served as Deputy Editor, Video in Hong Kong for Asia-Pacific news as an anchor and reporter for WSJ Live. In the field, he covered the Philippine devastation from Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, Hong Kong’s massive pro-democracy Umbrella Revolution in 2014, and Pope Francis’ first visit to the Philippines and Asia’s only majority-Catholic country in 2015. Prior to the Wall Street Journal, Inocencio served as CNN International’s Asia business correspondent in Hong Kong covering regional stock and finance news and as CNN’s NASDAQ reporter from Times Square in New York covering tech shares.
Inocencio has been a long-time member of the Asian-American Journalists Association and served as president of the 200-member Asia chapter of the AAJA. A native of the Washington, D.C. area, he has lived much of the past 15 years in Asia, including Beijing and Singapore, first arriving as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in rural Sichuan province in 2000.