CNN en Español, CNN’s independently produced 24-hour network in Spanish, provides continuous
news coverage of major world events, live breaking coverage supported by context and in-depth
analysis, worldwide business and financial news, global weather updates, sports and feature
programming on such topics as health, technology and entertainment. It is currently available in
27 million cable and DTH households throughout Latin America, and 7 million households across the
United States. In its 14 years, the network has set the standard for credible, timely and relevant
news coverage that offers viewers a unique way to engage with their world, providing them with all
the news, information and actuality they need to stay informed and make smart decisions to secure
With Mercedes Solis: Mercedes Soler: Journalist who is the recipient of a 2011 Peabody Award for coverage of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. She's received five Emmy Awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, as well as 15 nominations.
She is the anchor NotiMujer at CNN en Español, a daily live television program geared to Spanish-speaking women in the United States and Latin America. She's based at CNN's production center in Miami. She joined the international news network in October 2010, as part of a re-branded look and wave of new programs moving away from the traditional news-desk programs.
Before joining CNN, she served as senior correspondent and anchor for the Spanish-language network Univision investigating stories in the U.S. and Latin America. She has also worked as a columnist, author, radio commentator, producer, director and professor. Soler has interviewed various high-profile figures and heads of state during her two-decade career.