The only cultural journalist with a 32-year career on television. A graduate in Communication from the Autonomous Metropolitan University and collaborator with Canal Once from 1989 to date. During this time, he has covered events such as the Festival Cervantino, the Festival del Centro Histórico, the Sinaloa Arts Festival, the Riviera Maya Jazz Festival, the Montreal Jazz Festival, the Guadalajara International Book Fair, the Quebec Book Fair, the Barcelona Forum of Cultures and the Lisbon Expo. He has interviewed figures from the world of culture such as Carlos Monsiváis, Carlos Fuentes, Fernando Benítez, Cristina Pacheco, Fernando Savater, Ricardo Piglia and Elena Poniatowska, among others. In 2017 he resumed the Book of the Day section on the morning news on channel Once, during which he presents a book daily through the words of its author, having now presented more than a thousand books. In the same year, the #LeoConElOnce reading club began, a forum through which El Once urges its audiences to read a book every 15 days, thus promoting interaction in networks among readers and writers, in addition to interviews with authors at the end of each reading. This dynamic has boosted the sales of most of the participating books, and the initiative currently has more than 120 participating authors. On Facebook, he created the Culture group for the dissemination of artistic and cultural activities, which currently has more than 23,000 members. In 2018 he received the National Prize for Journalism awarded by the Autonomous University of Yucatan within the framework of the Yucatan International Reading Festival and in 2021 he received the Fernando Benítez National Prize for Cultural Journalism from the Guadalajara International Book Fair.