CNN Worldwide has been honored with eleven nominations for the 35th Annual News and Documentary Awards. CNN’s diverse nominations include:
Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast
Anderson Cooper 360
Boston Bombing Victim Vows to Dance Again
Outstanding News Discussion and Analysis
Anderson Cooper 360
Guns Under Fire: An AC360 Town Hall
Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story
CNN's Coverage of Typhoon Haiyan
Outstanding Science and Technology Programming
Best Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast
Anderson Cooper 360
Outstanding Cinematography: Documentary and Long Form
Outstanding Video Journalism: News
Mark Phillips, CNN – Reporting from Afghanistan and the Philippines
Outstanding Lighting Directions & Scenic Design
CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute
Outstanding Newscast or News Magazine in Spanish
CNN en Español
Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in Spanish
CNN en Español
Outstanding Promotional Announcement – Episodic
CNN Films: Blackfish
In addition to these eleven News and Documentary Emmy nominations, Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown and The Sixties: The Assassination of President Kennedy have been nominated for a combined nine Primetime and Creative Arts Emmy Awards. FULL POST
Last night in Los Angeles, CNN en Español’s Clix was honored as the Outstanding Entertainment Program in Spanish at the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. More than 1,400 entries were submitted this year, recognizing outstanding achievement in all fields of daytime television production.
In an in-depth interview, Secretary of State John Kerry sits down one-on-one with CNN’s Andrés Oppenheimer. The interview will broadcast on Oppenheimer Presents on Sunday, December 15 at 9 p.m. (ET) on CNN en Español.
Speaking to recent revelations of the National Security Agency, Sec. Kerry reveals, “I can guarantee you neither the President nor I believe that some of this gathering of information that has taken place in very particular instances and against particular high-level personnel is appropriate, and I think the President will speak to that very clearly in the days ahead.”
The full interview will air in its entirety on Oppenheimer Presents on Sunday, December 15 at 9 p.m. (ET) on CNN en Español.
CNN’s coverage of the death and funeral of Nelson Mandela continues, with Christiane Amanpour, Anderson Cooper, Chris Cuomo and Isha Sesay reporting from locations in South Africa. Correspondents Robyn Curnow, Arwa Damon, Errol Barnett and David McKenzie contribute to the coverage across CNN’s networks and platforms. Gemma Paralleda and Jose Levy contribute to CNN en Espanol’s coverage.
Online, users can go to http://www.cnn.com as well as the CNN Apps for the latest updates, which include articles, photo galleries, interactives and video. Additionally, CNN iReport, the network's global participatory news community, invites users to share their memories, photos and personal stories of the Nobel Peace Prize winner.
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CNN's Juan Carlos Lopez (@jclopezcnn) talks with President Bill Clinton about Obamacare and the thought of another President Clinton.
CNN Latino, the Spanish-language programming block, is expanding to Miami, it was announced today by Cynthia Hudson, senior vice president and general manager of CNN en Español and Hispanic Strategy for CNN/U.S. With the addition of Miami to its existing presence in Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, Tampa, Phoenix and Salt Lake City, CNN Latino programming will now be available in markets that represent more than one third of U.S Hispanic homes since its launch in January 2013.
CNN Latino's broad spectrum of programming covering news, lifestyle, documentary, talk and debate represents an alternative to traditional Hispanic networks, and it will now be available in broadcast television on WDFL-Channel 12 in Miami from 3-11 PM (ET) beginning in August. It can also be seen on Comcast Channel 18, on AT&T U-Verse Channel 20, and on Atlantic Broadband Channel 82. FULL POST
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. FULL POST
Rescue workers raced against time and the oncoming night Monday looking for survivors after a powerful tornado blasted an area outside of Oklahoma City, leveling homes and killing at least 51 people.
CNN's coverage includes correspondents George Howell, Nick Valencia and Gary Tuchman already in the Oklahoma City area, with Chad Myers and Indra Petersons contributing from CNN's Severe Weather Center in Atlanta. Chris Cuomo, John Berman, Jake Tapper, Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Sanjay Gupta, Pam Brown, Stephanie Elam, Erin McPike, Brian Todd, Ed Lavandera, Kyung Lah and John King will report and broadcast from the Oklahoma City area. Gustavo Valdes and Fernando del Rincon report from Oklahoma for CNN en Espanol.
CNN.com will be updating the breaking news blog www.cnn.com/thisjustin.Two-mile-wide tornado kills at least 51 -- including 7 elementary school students
***PROGRAMMING NOTE: Aesha Update, Around the World, Friday, May 10, 12pmET
On CNN TV:
CNN/US: Around the World, Friday 12pm
CNN International: Amanpour, Friday 3pm
CNN en Español: Friday afternoon
CNN.com, Friday 12pm
Today, CNN will unveil an exclusive report on Aesha, the woman whose story of abuse and disfigurement became an international symbol of oppression and crimes against women in war-torn Afghanistan, during Around the World, which airs at 12pm ET. Reported by Christiane Amanpour and CNN Digital, the story will update viewers on Aesha’s journey and illuminate the psychological and physical scars that remain. Users can find more details on CNN.com and CNN.com/aesha. FULL POST
Three women who were missing in separate cases have been found together in Cleveland, police said. A 52-year-old man was arrested.
One of the women called 911 after breaking out of the house where she had been living.
"Help me; I am Amanda Berry," she said, her voice distraught in an audio recording of the call. "I've been kidnapped and I've been missing for 10 years. And I'm here and I'm free now."
CNN's coverage of the story includes Brooke Baldwin (@BrookeBCNN) anchoring CNN Newsroom 2-4pmE from Cleveland today.
CNN correspondents on the story:
Martin Savidge (@martinsavidge)
Poppy Harlow (@poppyharlowCNN)
Brian Todd (@briantoddCNN)
Gary Tuchman (@garytuchmanCNN)
Maria Santana for CNN en Espanol (@mariasantanaCNN)
CNN.com will provide updates at http://www.cnn.com/thisjustin.Police: No previous indication women were being held at Cleveland home