Articles by David Molko
- B.C. has 1.3M rapid tests in a warehouse, officials confirm after top doctor called it an 'urban myth'
- B.C.'s top doctor: 'I want to get out of the (public health) order business'
- Does B.C. need another COVID-19 circuit breaker? Here's what doctors are saying
- Sentencing underway for driver who pleaded guilty in fatal Burnaby hit-and-run
- Students' concerns heard, UBC says, but in-person exams will continue
- Coquihalla 'lifeline' between B.C. and rest of Canada to reopen in January
- B.C. food prices in 2022 forecast to be above already-high national average
- Second surge from Nooksack River impacts some B.C. farms, businesses along the border
- Fresh flooding prompts new evacuations in Abbotsford, B.C., as water spills in from Wash. state
- 'I get angrier every time': Abbotsford family fed up with decades of flooding from Nooksack River
- 'I'm not going to abandon them': Neighbours lift each other up with more rain on the way
- Resilience far stronger than the rains in one Sumas Prairie community
- Volunteers work to keep hope afloat on Sumas Prairie
- 'This is an act of God': Fraser Valley farmer warily watches as waters rise
- Power restored to most of North Shore after windstorm downs power lines and poles
- B.C. arsonist who believed Freemasons were using 'mind control' sentenced to 40 months in prison
- 'I really want him to feel the horror': B.C. chiefs, survivors react to news of forthcoming papal visit
- Coast Guard says fire aboard cargo ship near Victoria largely out, containers still drifting off Vancouver Island
- Union representing B.C. LifeLabs workers called back to bargaining table on first day of job action
- 'Earthshot' prize winner with Vancouver connection hopes to mitigate wildfire risk, change perceptions
January 2022 update: David Molko is no longer with CTV News Vancouver.
David Molko is a five-time Emmy-award-winning journalist and television news reporter and anchor, with over 15 years of experience in international, national, and local storytelling.
Currently senior reporter for CTV News Vancouver, Molko has distinguished himself with his ability to make any story memorable.
Molko won a Regional Edward R. Murrow award for his investigation into the operator of an unlicensed daycare where a 16-month-old boy died. He landed a series of exclusives with the boy's parents, and sparked changes to regulations that increased transparency and enforcement around child-care providers, impacting millions of families.
His reporting has also led CTV News coverage of stories with a national and international impact, including the extradition hearings of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, and the 2019 cross-country manhunt for British Columbia's teenage murder suspects.
Before his move to Vancouver in 2016, Molko was based at CNN's Asia Pacific headquarters in Hong Kong, where he reported on some of the biggest breaking news stories in the region. Those include the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines MH370, the crash of Air Asia 8501, Indonesia's haze crisis, the death of Singapore's Lee Kwan Yew, and the Hong Kong pro-democracy protests.
Molko has produced more than a dozen half-hour news and feature specials on location for CNN, including CNN Business Traveller episodes in China & the Philippines, editions of On The Road in India, Singapore and Japan, Future Cities: Singapore, Innovative Cities, On China, Talk Asia and A Nuclear Iran: The Expert Intel, a documentary special hosted by Christiane Amanpour.
His move to Asia followed five years as a senior producer at CNN International headquarters in Atlanta, where he produced live news programming, breaking news, and news specials seen by hundreds of millions viewers in more than 150 countries around the world.
Molko also wrote and produced for WCBS-TV and WNYW-TV in New York. He began his journalism career as a researcher at MSNBC.
Molko graduated from Columbia University in New York with a degree in Economics & Political Science. He speaks French and has studied Arabic and Japanese.
He is a U.S. citizen and Canadian permanent resident, originally from Southern California.