About 

  • Roger Clark is Vice President and the Hong Kong Bureau Chief for CNN International.

    A journalist with 40 years experience, Clark has been with CNN for more than 15 years. As head of the Hong Kong bureau, Clark is instrumental in shaping the network's coverage of major news events including the spread of the novel coronavirus in Asia as well as the Hong Kong protests -- coverage which was recognized by the Royal Television Society TV Journalism Awards, in the Breaking News category.

    Before moving to Hong Kong, Clark was based in Jakarta for 15 months acting as a senior consultant and advisor for the launch and operation of affiliate channel CNN Indonesia.

    Before moving to Asia, Clark spent seven years as a Senior Director of Coverage based at the network's headquarters in Atlanta. There he was responsible for CNN's day to day international newsgathering operations and delivering international news to all of CNN's networks and digital platforms.

    Clark has played a senior role in managing CNN's coverage of many big stories including the Haiti Earthquake, the Arab Spring, the Japanese Tsunami, Typhoon Haiyan and MH370's disappearance.

    Clark has worked in newsrooms since he was a teenager -- first with BBC Radio then BBC Television. He spent time at Sky News in the UK before moving to CNN in London in 2004. During his career, he has worked as a programme producer, reporter, manager and anchor.