Guillermo Blanc (Sarandí, February 21, 1946-Adrogué, November 21, 2021)  was an Argentine journalist, lawyer, broadcaster and television host.
Born in Sarandí, he moved as a child to Wilde and then to Dock Sud where he perfected himself in the field of soccer.
He studied law but his passion for soccer and his fanaticism for Boca Juniors led him to study sports journalism at the Círculo de Periodistas Deportivos. 
On television, Blanc began on Channel 11, in the program The people wants to know that Lucho Avilés and Pinky were driving. Together with Raúl Becerra, he had the idea of creating the program I love TV, of which Blanc began first as a panelist, and then as a presenter.  He also participated in some chapters of Todos contra Juan in 2008, starring Gaston Pauls.
On radio he conducted general interest cycles such as La noche de Blanc; The morning of Soldán with Silvio Soldán, Mauro Viale, Raúl Fernández, Calígula and Daniel Batolla; and Good Boys, who led Radio 10 afternoons along with Jorge Jacobson, Rolo Villar, Beto Casella and Lito Pintos.  He worked in important stations such as Radio Miter, Radio Continental and Radio del Plata. He was also head of shows for Radio Rivadavia.
His career was nourished by having been director of Radiolandia 2000 during 1980. He also served as an active member and secretary of APTRA (Association of Argentine Radio and Television Journalists), intervening dozens of times in the awards ceremonies. Martin Fierro.
He was also one of the interviewees in the book History of Argentine television told by its protagonists. As a photojournalist he worked as a columnist for the magazine La Primera (2000).
He died of an acute myocardial infarction at age 75 on Sunday, November 21, 2021 after suffering a decompensation the day before. He was admitted to the IMA clinic in Adrogué where he was hospitalized for a urinary infection. His son is the producer and journalist Patricio Blanc. 
2008: All against Juan
2006/2013: I love TV (host)
1999: The Periscope (producer)
1998-2002: I love TV (panelist)
1989: The people want to know
The morning of Soldán.