Rose Arce

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Rose Arce is a Latino American television producer at CNN.[1] She shared a Pulitzer Prize in 1992 as well as two Emmys for spot news reporting.[1]

Arce graduated from Barnard College in 1986.[2]


In 1991 Arce was a member[citation needed] of the staff that covered the 1991 Union Square derailment for New York Newsday. They won the 1992 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Reporting for their "coverage of a midnight subway derailment in Manhattan that left five passengers dead and more than 200 injured."[3]


  • Bebés Preciosos: 5001 Hispanic baby names (Avon Books, 1995) Arce and Maité Junco; ISBN 0380778432[4]
  • Latino in America (Celebra, 2009), Soledad O'Brien with Arce — publisher description: "the definitive tie-in to one of the most heavily anticipated CNN documentaries"
  • The Next Big Story: my journey through the land of possibilities (New American Library, 2010), Soledad O'Brien with Arce

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  1. ^ a b Hagen, Susan; Carouba, Mary (2002). Women at Ground Zero: stories of courage and compassion. Alpha Books. p. 245. 
  2. ^ "CNN producer Rose Arce '86 recounts her experience as a Latina mother". Barnard College. July 19, 2011. Retrieved 2013-11-06.
  3. ^ "Spot News Reporting". The Pulitzer Prizes. Retrieved 2013-11-06.
  4. ^ "Bebés preciosos : 5001 Hispanic baby names {...}". Library of Congress Catalog Record. Retrieved 2013-11-06.

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