Borja Voces moved from his native Spain to the city of Miami in 2015. He began his career at Univision Network quickly becoming one of the best-known faces in Spanish language media. In March of 2018, he became the youngest presenter in the network's news department, taking charge, together with the Colombian journalist Carolina Sarassa, of “Noticiero Univisión: Digital Edition”; the freshest and most dynamic newscast on Hispanic television, which is broadcast Monday through Friday at 12 noon on Univision and also live on Facebook Watch.
It is the only Spanish language news program with a presence on that platform. Borja, who has served to inform Spanish speakers daily on the progression of the coronavirus pandemic, also joined the Univision News team to cover the presidential elections, last November. He is also a member of the team at "Primer Impacto", one of the most watched programs among Hispanics for 25 years. On the show, he is proud to produce his own segment called "Secreto a Voces", where he investigates viewer submitted cases received through social media, creating a direct channel of communication with audiences. On the segment, he is highlights the specific needs of Hispanic immigrants in the United States and of those living in multiple countries throughout Latin America.
In 2020, Borja became the second man in the history of the successful program to host during the coronavirus pandemic. Thanks to his excellent work and commitment to the Hispanic community, he has earned the trust, recognition and affection of the public.
One of his greatest investigative contributions was when he uncovered the secret existence of two biological children of the late Mexican singer-songwriter, Juan Gabriel. In the summer of 2020, Borja hosted one of the most important award shows in Latin music: ¨Premios Juventud¨, becoming the first Spaniard to assume that responsibility in the first awards that were held live on television from the United States, during the coronavirus pandemic.
In addition, Borja has been one of the presenters of ¨Premio Lo Nuestro¨ and of “Latin GRAMMY®” for 3 years, the most important awards in Hispanic music, seen in more than 80 countries. Borja is also a regular contributor on the Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve specials, forming part of the small group of presenters who say goodbye every year with a countdown, from the iconic Times Square or from the iconic beaches of Santa Monica, Los Angeles.
During the early years of his career in Spain, he hosted several entertainment programs on Antena 3 and TVE. In 2003, he was a finalist for "Operación Triunfo", which allowed him to publish his first album "First Scene" and launch a concert tour of his native land. From a young age, he showed great interest in music, television and acting. He was part of the children's group “Tic Tac”, host of several children's programs on Disney Channel and Discovery Kids; and he acted in several television series.
Most recently, Borja became the host of "Mira Quién Baila", one of Univision's most successful shows.