Mariola Cubells

Mariola Cubells

Journalist. Degree in Information Sciences from the Complutense University of Madrid. She worked as a reporter for seven years at the Levante-EMV newspaper in Valencia. He later joined television: Canal 9, TVE, different audiovisual production companies. She was first an editor and then director and creator of different television formats. He left TV because he was fed up, wrote his first (and most personal) book, ¡Mírame, tonto! where he told the guts of (bad) television. Thanks to this book, he became a television analyst on different radio stations. And so began the talks on the ins and outs of television and his own experience in universities and institutions of all kinds. It is a task he has not abandoned.

This book has been followed by five others, almost all linked to the audiovisual world. As Editor-in-Chief, she started up the newspaper ADN, owned by the Planeta group, which was active for six years until the crisis led to its closure. In 2008 he joined the Cadena Seron the program A vivir que son dos díaswith Montserrat Domínguez, in the television section. Since 2102 it has been in La Ventanaalso on La Ser, with Carles Francinoin the section La Ventana de la Televisión. Also on the Ser radio station, he collaborates in the program Here, Catalonia, from La Ser Catalunya. Since 2012 he has been writing about television in the Huffington Post and is a regular contributor to Smoda magazinemagazine, both of Prisa Group where she writes about feminism, pop culture and audiovisuals.. She is in charge of the television section in the program El Matí de Catalunya Radio, Pop ap Catalunya Radio, Pop apand also collaborates in the program of TV3, Planta Baixa.

It tells stories of life, leisure and gastronomy in the Repsol Guide. In 2015 he launched at the Espai Rambleta in Valencia a forum for thought and entertainment under the name. FactoriesThe program consisted of personal and casual encounters with personalities from the fields of communication, journalism, cinema, television, literature and other artistic disciplines. Since 2018 it has been carrying out this model, Factorías, in other locations in Valencia and other cities in the country. The following year Conversation, (
) a format that continues the path started with Factorías, with its own team, with which it continues to program culture: it directs and conducts cultural meetings with different creators from the world of cinema, television, screenwriting, journalism or literature. She collaborates in different media, moderates meetings and participates in those events that can disseminate audiovisual, communication, culture, feminism, from different perspectives.

She is about to publish a non-fiction book for Espasa, Mejor que nunca se llama, which is a chronicle of the generation of women who are now in their sixties, and who are pioneers in a multitude of vital issues.

Fabián Barrera