Terrell Brown is a New York-based correspondent for CBS News, where his reports appear across the Network's platforms.
Brown joined CBS News in 2009 and most recently served as interim anchor for CBS News' early morning news broadcasts "Up to the Minute" and "CBS Morning News".
Previously, Brown reported extensively for News Services at CBS News, the Network's 24-hour newsgathering service for CBS stations and broadcasters around the world. His assignments have included covering the BP Gulf Oil Spill, the 2010 Mine Disaster in West Virginia, the devastating tornadoes in Joplin, Mo. and Tuscaloosa, Ala., the attempted terror attacks on the U.S. in Detroit and New York City and the deaths of Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston. Brown reported from the Kennedy Space Center on NASA's historic final shuttle mission, the White House Lawn and U.S. Capitol during the healthcare reform and looming government shutdown, the 2011 Academy Awards in Los Angeles and the 2010 Super Bowl in Miami.
Brown's reporting on the 2010 elections in Calif. was included in KCBS-TV's "Campaign 2010: Countdown to Election Day," which earned a Los Angeles area Emmy Award in the Live Special Events category.
Prior to joining CBS News, Brown was an anchor/reporter at WWBT-TV in Richmond, Va.
He is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and was awarded a full-term scholarship from The National Press Club for broadcasting excellence in television.