Media Alert: CNN Espanol Features Historic In Depth Interview with Political Strategist JJ Rendon on the Ismael Cala Show
CNN features Latin American Political Strategist JJ Rendon – Tuesday, December 28th
CARACAS, Venezuela, ATLANTA and MIAMI, Dec. 28, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The following was released today by Richard Griffiths, Public Affairs officer, Republic of Colombia:
What: Political Mastermind JJ Rendon featured on CNN- Cala Show: Full one hour in depth interview discussing the life and times of Political Strategist JJ Rendon
Who: JJ Rendon, Political Strategist for President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia and President Porfirio Lobo Sosa of Honduras, as well as one of the leading opposition leaders for Venezuela
When: CNN Espanol- Broadcasted Internationally
ABOUT CNN ESPANOL
CNN en Espanol is CNN‘s Spanish language news network. It broadcasts the latest world news, business, sports and entertainment headlines in Spanish 24 hours a day from CNN’s global headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. CNN en Espanol launched March 17, 1997. It is broadcast worldwide (especially North America, Latin America, and the Spanish-speaking African country, Equatorial Guinea). CNN also has a CNN En Espanol Radio Network with its own staff of anchors.
Brief Biography for editors:
ABOUT JJ RENDON
JJ Rendon (known as ‘JJ’) has been considered a master of strategy in the political arena. Because of this, he is one of the most respected political strategists in the world. Known for his exceptional knowledge of social science philosophy, JJ Rendon applies techniques from historical reference as well as highly adaptive modern strategy. He is known as the master of the art of political war. He has been a political strategist for over 23 years and in that time he has racked up an impressive number of victories. Campaigns in 2010 have secured winning presidential campaigns for Colombian President-Elect Juan Manuel Santos and Honduran President Porfirio Lobo Sosa.
SOURCE Richard Griffiths, Public Affairs officer, Republic of Colombia