CNN en Español will premiere next Sunday its new show "Mexico Opina," on which experts will join host Mario Gonzalez to analyze topics of concern to Mexican society.

With "Mexico Opina," which will give the public the chance to participate through, the chain will have launched 11 new programs since Nov. 22, 2010, under new senior VP and general manager Cynthia Hudson.

"We are very actively looking for programming that is relevant for the 50 million Hispanics in the United States," Hudson told Efe.

"CNN en Español and join forces once more to present the network's first 'multiplatform' program that combines television, Internet and social networks," the network, which reaches more than 28 million households in the United States and Latin America, said in announcing "Mexico Opina."

When she joined the channel in 2010, Hudson, of an American father and Cuban mother, began pushing the need for "a clear reporting of the news, using all the advantages the new technologies offer."

She said the changes that have been inaugurated have been done "thinking of this Latino audience" and recalled that CNN en Español targets three markets: Mexico, the United States and South America.