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Andrew Ramos is a two-time Emmy Award nominated journalist who has spent nearly a decade in front of and behind the camera working in television news production in New York City.

A native of Passaic, New Jersey, Andrew is the youngest of two brothers and one sister.

While attending William Paterson University in 2004, Andrew landed his first on-air gig reporting for a public access music video show in New Jersey. He got his foot in the door landing interviews with several then-up and coming artists like T-Pain, Ciara and Pitbull.

Andrew would later land freelance jobs at several local TV stations in New York where he would learn all about the back end of production, working as a writer and producer. Along the way he has made pit stops at NY1, The Montel Williams Show, HBO Sports, WNYW FOX 5 and WPIX-TV.

It was at WPIX-TV where he made his on-air debut, filing feature and entertainment stories for the PIX News At Ten and PIX Morning News.

In 2009, he was honored with a New York Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Host/Anchor/Reporter. In 2012, he was nominated again for the PIX Morning News segment he reported and produced, Live Fine on 99.

Recent Articles
  • Delightful bearded guy high-fives New Yorkers hailing cabs

    NEW YORK (PIX11) – New York City has served as a back drop for some of the biggest videos on YouTube. Some make it big for all the wrong reasons while others manage to put a smile on your face in the process. A bearded Brooklyn man armed with good intentions – and a film crew – pounced on unsuspecting New Yorkers, offering up high-fives as they hailed cabs in the city. The final product was “High Five New York,” […]

  • Dog shot in the face by NYPD cop gets second chance at life

    NEW YORK (PIX11) – It’s the video that’s hard to watch for just about anyone. On August 13, 2012, a pit bull named Star was left scrambling after its owner, a homeless man, suffered a seizure on an East Village sidewalk. Confused, the pit lunged at an NYPD officer and was shot in the face. The shocking and disturbing incident was captured on video and splashed across the YouTube. Suffering severe head trauma, Star lost her left eye but miraculously […]

  • ‘Central Perk’ pop-up shop opens in SoHo for ‘Friends’ 20th anniversary

    SOHO (PIX11) – They’re the “Friends” who needed no invitation and for 10 years, viewers welcomed them into their homes making Rachel, Phoebe, Monica, Chandler, Joey and Ross household names. While their hilarious story lines live on in re-run heaven, the iconic sitcom which made its premiere in the fall of 1994, is marking its 20th anniversary on the air with a Central Perk pop-up shop in SoHo. It’s where the gang called their home away from home and James […]

  • Historic cannoli eating contest kicks off San Gennaro festival in little Italy

    LITTLE ITALY (PIX11) – The competition was fierce and the only thing on the menu was cannoli. The 13th annual cannoli-eating contest kicked off the festivities Friday, the first of many events happening at the feast of San Gennaro in Little Italy. When it was all said and done, Marcos Owens of Queens walked away with bragging rights and a tummy ache, inhaling 34 cannoli in 6 minutes – a new record. “I only started eating them recently,” Owens told […]

  • Hudson Bond needs a heart transplant. (Hudson's Heart/Facebook)

    Facebook sorry after rejecting dad’s ad featuring sick baby who needs heart transplant

    GREENSBORO, N.C. (PIX11) — A father looking to raise money for his 2-month-old son’s heart transplant was shocked when Facebook denied an ad for his fundraising page due to “offensive” content. Hudson Bond was diagnosed with the heart disease cardiomyopathy. The child is living on an artificial heart at the Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit in Duke Children’s Hospital, ABC11 reported. When Hudson’s parents found out he would need a heart transplant, they went to Facebook to raise awareness and […]

  • Brooklyn's Famous Junior's Restaurant To Be Sold To Developer

    Junior’s Restaurant staying in Downtown Brooklyn

    BROOKLYN (PIX11) — It’s the decision that will keep the Downtown Brooklyn landscape – at least on the corner of Flatbush and Dekalb avenues – intact. After months of speculation of relocatinG, the 2-story building that houses the iconic Junior’s Cheesecake Restaurant is staying puT at the site it’s called home for 64 years. In a city where landlords are caving in to dollar signs, Junior’s owner Allan Rosen turned down several lofty offers for the property – one said […]

  • How to outsmart the MTA – and save cash – when buying MetroCards

    NEW YORK (PIX11) – Refilling your MTA card is a pretty standard procedure for anyone traveling underground in New York City. But for those who pay attention to the details, you probably noticed that annoying leftover balance that’s either a nickel or dime, or just a few cents shy of a ride. In other words, it’s useless. According to Ben Wellington, a data guru and assistant professor at the Pratt Institute, that odd number is no accident. “I’d be surprised […]

  • Staten Island’s Derek Tabacco attempts to fill Jets’ void left by Fireman Ed

    (PIX11) — This weekend the new York Jets will be kicking off their While Gang Green will be without their beloved, now-retired chant leader Fireman Ed. They will have new blood on deck, rallying up the fans. With the help of an online contest, the Jets have chosen 8 lucky hardcore fans to lead chants for the 8 upcoming home games at Metlife. First up, Staten Island’s Derek Tabacco will lead the charge — and fans– in section 118 Sunday. […]

  • ‘Twitter school’ is now in session for less-than tech savvy NYPD cops

    NEW YORK (PIX11) – If there’s anything we’ve learned in recent years, social media could be your best friend — that’s if it’s used correctly. The New York City Police Department is learning the hard way after a few epic blunders caused more damage than good. It’s now prompted officials to send officers to a so-called “Twitter school.” It was back in April when the department attempted to reach out to the community, urging followers to share their photos with […]

  • Brooklyn West Indian costume shop working around the clock ahead of parade

    CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN (PIX11) – It may not look like much on the outside, but on the inside of 183 Empire Boulevard, its crunch time in the name of all that is West Indian. From head dresses to elaborate costumes, craftswomen were hard at work Friday inside this Crown Heights mas camp. It’s just one of the many sites in the area manufacturing the extravagant ensembles set to “wine” down the West Indian American Day Parade Monday. “Every year we […]


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