Spanish journalist who is best recognized for his work hosting the program Telenotícies dusk. He is also known for having worked for the United Nations Radio in New York as well as the magazines El Temps and El Punt.
He attended the Autonomous University of Barcelona where he earned his degree in Journalism and Political Science. He is also known for having studied at Universities in Stirling, Scotland, and Florence. He then founded the magazine SCOPE in 1995 which launched his career in journalism.
He is known for having won the Joan Fuster Prize in 2012 for his essay on The Extreme Right.
He was born and raised in Canet de Mar, Maresme.
He is known for having frequently covered politician Tony Blair for the Televisio de Catalunya in London.