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Cynthia Hudson leaves SBS for CNN

Cynthia Hudson, who's been a senior executive at practically every major Spanish-language television Hudson station, is adding another to the list. She's leaving her executive vice president post at Miami-based Spanish Broadcasting System to become general manager of CNN en Español, the network announced Monday.

Hudson, who will move to Atlanta, will also be in charge of Hispanic strategy for CNN/U.S., as well as as CNN's Spanish-language radio operations and the newly launched CNNMexico.com.

Hudson joined SBS, which operates Miami's WSBS-SBS 22 and 10 other TV stations, in 2006.
She's also held senior positions in the Spanish-language division of Hearst Entertainment, United Family Communications (now MGM Networks Latin America), Telemundo and Univisión, where she started out as a reporter in 1984 after getting a master's degree in communications from the University of Miami.


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She is a great example for all journalists and especially for all professional women in the industry. Wish she the best.

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