Guillermo Arduino is a CNN Anchor and Correspondent for the CNN Networks based at the CNN Center in Atlanta. He is the permanent anchor for Mirador Mundial, CNN en Español’s weekend news show and the host of Clix, a technology program on the same network, and winner of a 2014 Daytime Emmy for outstanding entertainment show in Spanish.
For the previous 13 years, Arduino worked for CNN International (English language) as anchor and correspondent for environmental/meteorological sciences, and since 2004, hosted CNN World Report, an international news program featuring unedited reports from hundreds of news stations worldwide. Arduino also served as anchor for iReport for CNN and CNN’s Global Challenges.
With more than 20 years of television experience both in English and Spanish, Guillermo Arduino began his career in the United States as a news anchor for the NBC International networks. There he served as morning anchor for the morning shows at NBC Spanish.
Throughout his tenure in international television, Arduino has covered major events from both the studio and on location. He has interviewed, both in Spanish and English, several heads of state and high-profile dignitaries from around the world.
Guillermo Arduino began his television career in his native Buenos Aires as a news anchor on CVN-America, where he presented news briefs on top stories from around the world. However, his broadcast career began in radio; he was a news reader and host on FM SI San Isidro, Radio América and Radio Argentina. He was also a radio announcer for the classical music radio station FM Clásica.
Guillermo Arduino was born in Buenos Aires but has triple citizenship: Argentina, Italy and USA. He earned his broadcast journalism degree from ISER (Instituto Superior de Enseñanza de Radiodifusión) in Buenos Aires in 1989.