Pablo Sirvén studied journalism at the Instituto Grafotécnico and has postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Communication Sciences of the University of Navarra (Spain) where he presented the thesis “Press and authoritarianism: the Argentine case”. He taught at the Austral and Belgrano universities. Published to date eight books: Perón y los medios de comunicación, Quién te ha visto y quién TV, El rey de la TV, Estamos en el aire (con Carlos Ulanovsky y Silvia Itkin), ¡Qué desastre la TV! Pero cómo me gusta (con Carlos Ulanovsky), Breve historia del espectáculo en la Argentina, La mirada incandescente y Converso. He was editor in chief of the magazine Redacción, journalistic director of Diario de Cuyo (San Juan), deputy director of Noticias magazine, director of Nueva magazine and head of Espectáculos of La Nación newspaper. He was a columnist for the program “Magdalena tempranísimo” and “La Cornisa” (radio and TV). On TV he conducted “Medio de vida” and “La radio”. He was also one of the conductors of “A world with journalists”. He received the platinum Konex as the best entertainment journalist of the decade 1997-2007 and the Santa Clara de Asís prize. He is currently the editorial secretary of the newspaper La Nación, where every Sunday he publishes a column of media and politics on page 2. He is also one of the conductors of “Conversaciones en La Nación”, a format that presents that newspaper in its online edition.