CNN en Español

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CNN en Español
CNN en Español.svg
Launched March 17, 1997
Owned by Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (a Time Warner company)
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Not yet available in HD
Slogan Vive la noticia
("Live the news")
Country United States
Language Spanish
Broadcast area United States, Latin America, Equatorial Guinea.
Headquarters CNN Center
Atlanta, Georgia
Sister channel(s) CNN
CNN-IBN
CNN Airport Network
CNN International
HLN
CNN Chile
CNN Turk
Website cnnespanol.CNN.com/
Availability
Satellite
DirecTV (U.S.) 419
1419 (VOD)
DirecTV
(Latin America)
704
Dish Network (U.S.) 859
Dish Network (Mexico) 702
Satellite radio
Sirius 92
XM 126

CNN en Español is CNN's 24-hour Spanish language television and radio news channel which broadcasts to the United States of America and Latin America. It was launched on 17 March 1997.

Programming[edit]

Live coverage[edit]

CNN en Español provides live coverage of some news events.

Feature programming[edit]

CNN en Español features newscasts throughout the day.

Mexico programming[edit]

In March 1999, CNN en Español launched an independent feed for Mexico. This exclusive signal of CNN en Español airs CNN Mexico: Perspectivas, a primetime newscast dedicated to covering important local, domestic and international events of special significance to Mexican viewers. CNN en Español’s Mexico feed also features InfoCinta CNN, an electronic ticker located at the bottom of the screen containing news headlines; stock and financial data; sports scores; local time; and weather information.

CNN En Español newsroom/studio in Atlanta, GA.
Chilean TV 2005 presidential debate on CNN en Español (Santiago, Chile).
CNN En Español Radio Offices in Atlanta.

Availability[edit]

CNN en Español is available throughout Latin America and the United States.[1] In Canada, a number of the network's shows are simulcast on TLN en Español.[2]

Personalities[edit]

Editors[edit]

  • Cynthia Hudson - Senior vice president and general manager
  • Bonnie M. Anderson - Managing Editor

Anchors[edit]

Correspondents[edit]

  • Maria Santana (New York)
  • Jaqueline Hurtado (Los Angeles)
  • Diulka Perez (Santo Domingo)
  • Dania Alexandrino (San Juan,Puero Rico)
  • Rey Rodríguez (Mexico City)
  • Juan Carlos López (Washington)
  • Ione Molinares (Washington)
  • Camilo Molina (Atlanta)
  • Kay Guerrero (Atlanta)
  • Al Goodman (Madrid)
  • Diego Laje (Hong Kong)
  • Adriana Hauser (Miami)
  • Guillermo Fontana
  • José Levy (Jerusalem)
  • Miguel Angel Antonanzas (Atlanta)
  • Castalia Pascual (Panama City, Panama)
  • Osmary Hernández (Caracas, Venezuela)

Competitors[edit]

References[edit]

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