Thirteen years after its launch, CNN en Español (CNN’s Spanish edition for Latin America and the United States, run from the channel’s HQ in Atlanta) has decided to rebrand itself with a bold move.

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Thirteen years after its launch, CNN en Español (CNN’s Spanish edition for Latin America and the United States, run from the channel’s HQ in Atlanta) has decided to rebrand itself with a bold move. By adding a tilde – a curvy grapheme on top of its red and white logo – the network’s n’s have become enyes, a change that has given the channel a whole new persona, a gallant icon of Spanish nestling over one of America’s most recognised names.

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