Patricia JaniotPatricia Janiot is a senior anchor for CNN en Español and serves as the advisor to the executive vice president and general manager of the network. Janiot joined CNN in 1992 and presents Noticiero CNN Internacional con Patricia Janiot, the day's most important headlines and stock market activity; Las Noticias con Jorge Gestoso and Patricia Janiot, a dynamic and comprehensive review of world events; and Noticias Mexico, dedicated to covering important local, national and international events of special significance to Mexican viewers. In addition, Janiot contributes a weekly column to CNN en Español RADIO, CNN's Spanish-language radio news service.
Juan Carlos ArciniegasJuan Carlos Arciniegas is the anchor and movie critic for Ojo Crítico, a weekly half-hour program that reviews the latest smash hits and box office bombs from the world of cinema. He is also a producer and correspondent for Escenario, CNN en Español's half-hour news show dedicated to covering the latest in the world of entertainment.
Claudia PalaciosClaudia Palacios is a CNN en Español news anchor and presents Mirador Mundial, the network's weekend newscast.
Palacios joined CNN en Español in 2004 from Caracol News in Bogotá, Colombia, where she had worked as an anchor and health editor since 1998. She began her journalism career at Telepacífico in Colombia, where she reported on the environment for Dagma, a weekly program produced by the University of the Valley UVTV, among other projects. Palacios later joined the CM& newscast where she covered a variety of important events including several official Presidential trips, union marches, student protests and congressional sessions.
Alberto Padilla For 12 years Alberto Padilla has been the financial and business news anchor for CNN en Español, and runs the "Economía y Finanzas" newscast, the only daily TV financial news show in Spanish in Latin America.
Padilla has regularly interviewed the most influential business leaders, such as Bill Gates, Larry Ellison, Donald Trump; and the presidents and CEO’s of many of the Fortune 500 companies such as Hewlett Packard, Cisco Systems among many others, as well as the top business leaders, Presidents and Finance Ministers of virtually all Latin American nations and Spain
Juan Carlos LópezJuan Carlos López is the correspondent for CNN en Español in Washington D.C. He has collaborated as a reporter for CNN since 1993.
Since joining CNN en Español full time in 2000, López has covered important stories including the September 11th terrorist attacks in New York, the Elian González custody dispute between Cuba and the United States, the FBI's eviction of protesters from the U.S. weapons depot on the island of Vieques in Puerto Rico and the United Nation's Millennium Summit. He also reported from George W. Bush's campaign headquarters in Austin, Texas during the night of the historical 2000 U.S. presidential elections and covered the controversial and prolonged vote recount from Florida.
Carlos MonteroCarlos Montero is a news anchor for CNN en Español and is the weekday presenter of Al Día, the first look at the day's developing stories. He joined CNN en Español in 1997.
Montero has covered events including the 1997 hostage crisis in Peru, the World Trade Center bombing, the signing of the Israel/Palestine agreement in Washington, D.C., the coup d'etat in Guatemala, the Inter-American Presidential Summit in Miami and the Clinton-Lewinsky affair. From Atlanta, he has anchored coverage of important events of international interest including the death of Princess Diana, the controversial U.S. presidential election of 2000 and the ongoing crisis in the Middle East. Most recently, he anchored live breaking news coverage of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
Glenda Umaña Glenda Umaña is an anchor for CNN en Español. She presents Nuestro Mundo global news as it happens, where it happens, from Monday through Friday.
On Mirador Mundial, Umaña has anchored live coverage from Atlanta of the war on terrorism, the allied military offensive in Iraq, Pope John Paul II’s visit to Cuba, the resignation of Paraguayan President Raul Cubas, the Clinton Impeachment trial and presidential elections in Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, United States and Venezuela. She has also interviewed Latin American leaders such as Vicente Fox and Hugo Chavez, as well as Nobel Prize laureates Oscar Arias and Rigoberta Menchu.