Pablo Gutierrez is a Emmy award-winning journalist based in Vienna, Austria. I’ve reported for Telemundo, NBC New York, MSNBC, Univision and Business Insider in the United States and recently I relocated to Europe. I’m bilingual, English and Spanish, hard working and enterprising. I’ve covered multiple hurricanes, massive protests, terrorist attacks, elections, riots and forest fires. I shoot, report and edit. Here is a list of my equipment: Panasonic AG UX 180 professional camera, DJI Air 2S drone, Gopro 9, tripod, lights, lavalier microphones, boom mic, I edit on a Mac book pro with Final Cut Pro.
Tate's Bake Shop union supporters say an anti-union employee threatened violence and claimed he was an MS-13 gang member
Dairy farms in New York are relying on workers in the country without documentation. Investigative journalist Pablo Gutierrez reports on the issue.
Opioids have exploded into the national consciousness, but minority groups and people of color have been fighting drugs for years. Investigative journalist Pablo Gutierrez reports.
Bogus ID Cards Promised Protection From Deportation The New York Attorney General has shut down a non-profit in the Bronx that investigative reporter Pablo Gutierrez revealed was selling bogus ID cards that promised protection from deportation.
Roosevelt Avenue in Jackson Heights, Queens is today like Times Square in the 1980s. It's an open secret that almost everything can be bought and sold there, both legally and illegally. Sources in the area tipped me off to a booming black market.