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Andrew Ramos is a 4-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.

He is currently a feature and general assignment reporter for the PIX11 News at 5 and 10 p.m. From A-listers to local celebrities in the community, Andrew features their stories each night on PIX11.

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

After graduating from William Paterson University, Andrew landed his first on-air gig hosting a local 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.

He also spent time as a freelance print writer for North Jersey Media Group.

Andrew eventually worked his way up the ladder at several local TV stations in New York. It’s 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.

He served as one of the founding hosts of the popular CW Source Blog.

It was at WPIX-TV where he made his on-air debut, filing feature and entertainment stories for the PIX News at 10 and the PIX Morning News.

Over the years he has been nominated for four Emmy Awards for his reporting. In addition to being a reporter, Andrew is also a featured spokesman for the New York State Lottery. He has appeared in a handful of ads in the New York City market.


Recent Articles
  • ‘Hudson Henge’ mystifies, excites the masses along waterfront near GWB

    WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — A mystery of sorts has taken shape along Hudson River Greenway just south of the George Washington Bridge. In the past several weeks, a formation of rocks, meticulously stacked with impressive skill and precision, has become a Washington Heights tourist attraction. It’s a sight that stops passersby in their tracks. The collection of stacked stones is the work of 33-year-old Ulysses Gryka, who doesn’t consider himself an artist but rather a curious soul who would cycle to […]

  • Comic Con returns to NYC

    From the pint-sized to the colossal, the characters we love and love to hate were all on deck at New York Comic Con 2017 at the Javits Center. Thursday kicks off four days of comic books, anime, video games and more at the largest pop culture event on the east coast where fans get a sneak peak of what’s to come. Of course, the cosplay makes it all the more interesting. Some of the big events to look out for […]

  • New Yorkers push for ‘Jimi Hendrix Way’ in musician’s old West Village neighborhood

    WEST VILLAGE, Manhattan — Despite a short-lived career that spanned only four years, and cut off at the tender age of 27, Jimi Hendrix is considered to be one of the most influential musicians of his time. While his music keeps his legacy alive for generations to come — it’s this slice of New York city that has preserved his spirit in the West Village. Electric Lady Studios on 8th street between 5th and 6th Avenues was opened by Hendrix […]

  • The fake news that emerged after Las Vegas mass shooting

    NEW YORK — While authorities were trying to get a handle on what was unraveling at the Mandalay Bay hotel Sunday night, internet trolls were hard at work spreading bogus stories about a mass shooting at a country music festival, with some of them going viral. Among the hoaxes was a series of posts identifying the gunman as comedian Sam Hyde. It’s become a disturbing routine for online trolls who have identified Hyde as a suspect in the 2015 San […]

  • ‘The Breakfast Club’s’ Angela Yee, DJ Envy are making Bed-Stuy healthy & juicy

    BEDFORD-STUYVESANT, Brooklyn — When they’re not making waves on their nationally syndicated radio show “The Breakfast Club” – radio personalities DJ Envy and Angela Yee are juicing it up. Juices For Life, a trendy juice bar they opened on Malcolm X Boulevard in the heart of Bed-Stuy, is celebrating one year of promoting healthy lifestyles in a community where options are limited. “Just the other day a woman brought her son and he doesn’t eat greens at all and she […]

  • First NYC EMT infected by HIV while on duty honored 20 years after her death

    EAST HARLEM, Manhattan — Twenty years after the city of New York turned its back on Tracy Allen Lee, the FDNY emergency medical technician was honored Monday for the selfless act that ultimately took her life. In November of 1989, Lee was barely two years into her career when she treated a patient with Aids while responding to a call. She accidentally suffered a cut to her thumb which made contact with the blood of her patient. It would be […]

  • Fed up East Village resident wants ‘boozy brunches’ banned from East Village

    EAST VILLAGE — It’s a weekly tradition that makes every so-called “Sunday Funday” complete. Brunch, in most cases, has become the most important meal of the day on the weekends here in the East Village. Some restaurants offer what they call “bottomless brunch” where for one flat fee, patrons get a meal with unlimited alcohol. While the deal has scored points with some, not everyone is sold. One longtime East Village resident is calling on the state’s Liquor Authority to […]

  • Fake memorial honors those lost in ‘Brooklyn Bridge Elephant Stampede of 1929’

    BROOKLYN — It was Oct. 29, 1929, and Wall Street took a historic dive. On the same day, world famous showman P.T. Barnum walked a herd of elephants across the Brooklyn Bridge to remind the public of the bridge’s stability. No one could’ve predicted what happened next: Chaos and tragedy unraveled and the elephants charged, leaving several spectators dead and many more injured. The event, known as the Brooklyn Bridge Elephant Stampede, would get buried in the headlines as the […]

  • 4th grade teacher re-works popular rap songs to teach NJ students math, english

    HACKENSACK, NJ – Like most fourth graders, Victoria Rodriguez could do without math class. “I would say on a scale of 1 to 10, [math is] probably a 4 or a 5,” she said. This year, however, the 9-year-old is optimistic about her numerical hardships. Toney Jackson, her fourth grade teacher at Nellie K. Parker School in Hackensack, New Jersey, is taking a new approach with math and a number of other subjects. He’s incorporating hip hop and creativity to […]

  • See what the NYC Fair has to offer in 60 seconds

    NEW YORK — The NYC Fair opens Friday, just in time for Labor Day weekend, and PIX11’s Andrew Ramos is giving you a sneak peak by tackling it in just 60 seconds. The four-day fair is at Belmont Park, and open: Friday: 6 – 11 p.m. Saturday: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. Sunday: 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. Monday: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. Click here for more information.