Robin Clutters joined CBS4 in December of 2013. In her time at the station, she has produced the weekend, 6 p.m., and 10 p.m. newscasts before being promoted to her current role as Executive Producer of CBSN Denver, CBS4’s 24-hour local streaming news service. Robin and the rest of the “stream team” launched CBSN Denver in February of 2020, bringing Coloradans the latest breaking news and live news conferences as they happen.
After graduating from Syracuse University, Robin started her career as a producer at WCIA-TV in Champaign, IL. One of her first big stories was the corruption trial of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich. Robin then moved to Albuquerque, NM where she worked for KOB-TV. When an opportunity came up to move to Denver, she knew she couldn’t pass it up!
While originally from the Chicagoland area, Robin now proudly calls Denver home. She loves hiking, camping, and exploring all of what Colorado has to offer. Robin is also an avid traveler and has even spent time living in South America. She speaks fluent Spanish and a little bit of Portuguese.
Just The Facts
Position: Executive Producer, CBSN Denver
Year hired: 2013
Alma Mater: Syracuse University
Why I am a journalist: I’ve always had a passion for writing and information!
Dream job: Network news producer
Job you would never attempt: Anything that involves math or numbers
Hidden talent: Tango dancer
Hometown: Des Plaines, IL (Chicago area)
Hobbies: Dancing, reading, volunteering, hiking
Favorite sports team: Chicago Cubs
Favorite author: Jane Austen
Favorite vacation spot: Japan
What one word best describes CBS4: hardworking
What keeps you in Colorado? The lifestyle! I love how people really value the outdoors and there’s a good work/life balance here.
What’s the biggest risk you’ve taken? When I moved across the country for a job in New Mexico! At the time, I was working only two hours from my hometown. But I am so glad I moved out West because working in New Mexico helped bring me to Denver.
Who would play you in a movie? Sandra Bullock