May 23rd, 2013
05:25 PM ET

CNN en Español Exclusive: Interview with Teacher Who Saved Students’ Lives during the Oklahoma Tornado

CNN en Español will broadcast an exclusive interview with Michelle Gonzalez, a teacher who risked her own life to save the lives of three of her students during the tornado that occurred in Moore, Oklahoma this past week. The interview will be broadcast tonight on Conclusiones at 10 p.m. (ET), hosted by Fernando del Rincon.

Michelle Gonzalez, who taught at Plaza Towers Elementary, will talk about how she saved the lives of her three students and will describe the moments she spent underneath the debris while the children lay underneath her.

CNN en Español will broadcast this exclusive interview tonight on Conclusiones at 10 p.m. (ET), hosted by Fernando del Rincon. CNN Latino Channel 63 in Los Angeles and Channel 44 in Phoenix will also broadcast this exclusive interview on Conclusiones at 10 p.m. (PT). CNN Latino Channel 47 in Orlando, Channel 30 in Tampa and Channel 3 in New York will broadcast at 10 p.m. (ET). CNN Latino Channel 19 in Salt Lake City will broadcast at 11 p.m. (MT).

CNN en Español

The CNN en Español business unit is responsible for several multi-media platforms geared toward Spanish-speaking audiences around the world, including CNN en Español 24 hour cable news for Latin America, Mexico and the U.S. in three separate feeds, reaching 31.5 million cable and DTH households throughout Latin America and 4 million households across the U.S., as well as the new CNN Latino broadcast programming block, CNNEspanol.com and CNN en Español Radio, which include affiliate radio stations across Latin America and the U.S. in its partnership with Stardome Radio Networks.

 

CNN Latino is the new Spanish-language programming block custom made for the U.S. broadcast market as an alternative to traditional Hispanic networks, with a broad spectrum of programming, covering news, lifestyle, documentary, talk, debate and more. CNN Latino and its affiliate stations have their own dedicated section on the world-wide Spanish-language news site cnnlatino.com.

 

 

 

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