Oswaldo Borraez Named Anchor for Univision Los Angeles

By Kevin Eck 

Oswaldo Borraez has been named anchor of Noticias 34 a las 6 p.m. on Univision Los Angeles.

Borraez has been anchoring alongside Andrea Gonzalez since January. Univision 34 Los Angeles is the No. 1 station in the market for local news, regardless of language, according to Nielsen.

“Borraez has an extensive expertise and knowledge of the market, which makes him an undeniable asset to Univision. Beyond that, he is committed to empower and serve the Los Angeles community through our news brand,” said Marco Flores, news director and vice president of news. “Our industry is everchanging and evolving—and his adaptability to flow is instrumental to staying relevant and top of mind in this competitive market.”

​Borraez has covered high-profile stories including police shootings, the California fires and earthquakes—and is credited with breaking scandals like the L.A County Coroner’s Office’s rat infestation.

He also serves as a board member for the Radio and Television News Association and is a Journalism, Broadcasting and Investigative Reporting instructor at UCLA. He also teaches media training for Los Angeles City and County authorities.