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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
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  • Americans amazed by solar eclipse from coast to coast and in the New York area

    NEW YORK — The Great American Eclipse of 2017 delivered an experience not seen in the United States in 99 years. PIX11’s James Ford made the trek across the country to Lebanon, Oregon where he was among the first in the nation to bear witness to this coast-to-coast astronomical event, telling us all about it on Facebook LIVE. “I was crying, I was shouting,” Ford, a science enthusiast, said of the solar eclipse moments after it completed the so-called totality phase. […]

  • Total eclipse: When does it start, how long does it last and other questions

    This is the first TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE to be visible to the U.S. mainland since 1979. And the first coast-to-coast eclipse since 1918. It makes landfall in LINCOLN BEACH, OREGON at 10:19 PACIFIC TIME (1:19 PM EST), goes across the country at a rate of 1,500 MPH, passing through 14 states then leaves land in CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA just before 3PM EST. The eclipse will last 2 minutes on average, but it really depends on where you are. In CARBONDALE, ILLINOIS, the entire event will last the […]

  • All-male nude production of Hamlet in Prospect Park aims to drop jaws, open minds

    PROSPECT PARK, Brooklyn — William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” is the timeless story of revenge and tragedy and it still keeps actors on their toes – and employed – over 400 years after it was written. In the latest production rolled out by Torn Out Theater at Prospect Park , the play gets the raw treatment. An all-male cast will go costume-free, letting it all hang out for the company’s summer production that kicks off Aug. 10. Director Pitr Strait understands the curiosity behind […]

  • Solar eclipse glasses, viewing tips and more: Key facts about historic celestial event

    NEW YORK — To say people are excited about this month’s total solar eclipse would be an understatement. Hotels along the 70-mile wide and 3,000-mile-long swath where the solar eclipse will pass through are completely booked and have been for months. Starting in Oregon and ending in South Carolina, cities across this cross-country belt expect a surge of historic traffic and, in some cases, a port-a-potty shortage. “People who live in that shadow path, they will see day turn into […]

  • Bedford-Stuyvesant basketball courts renamed to honor Notorious B.I.G.

    BEDFORD-STUYVESANT, Brooklyn — He’s one of the biggest names to ever come out of Bedford Stuyvesant. The late Christopher Wallace, also known as the Notorious B.I.G. was only 24 when his life was cut short but it was more than enough time to make an impact not only on hip hop, but also on his community. They paid him back on Wednesday. City officials, along with friends and family of the late rapper, dedicated newly-renovated basketball courts at Cispus Attucks playground […]

  • Cubs fan involved in heated encouter with Gov. Christie challenges him to MMA-style fight

    NEW YORK — It’s the moment that still has plenty of people talking when New Jersey Governor Chris Christie confronted a heckler at a Chicago Cubs game Sunday. “You’re a real big shot,” Christie is heard telling the fan. The man identified as Brad Joseph admitted he did tell the Governor that he “sucked” and was a “hypocrite” at two points during the game, which prompted Governor Christie to get in the Cubs fan’s face. The Governor gave his account […]

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    NEW YORK — It’s called Sarahah – an app that functions a lot like a social network, except users send and receive messages anonymously. Its developers initially wanted to help employees give anonymous feedback to their bosses to encourage a more productive work environment. With zero marketing, Sarahah – which is the Arabic word for “candor” – has become a monster hit with teenagers in the United States, propelling it to the top of the iTunes app store and Google Play. While the app encourages […]

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    NEW YORK — As the mayor, governor and MTA continue to trade barbs over the city’s ongoing woes with mass transit, the answer to the non-stop train trouble may lie in a simple swipe and click on your smartphone. It’s called Chariot — an app based, ride sharing, on-demand shuttle service launched by Ford that aims to fill the gap between taxi and bus service, helping commuters get from point A to point B — drama free. “Chariot is leading […]

  • Want to become the next podcast star? New podcast studio opens in Astoria

    ASTORIA, Queens — Like most New Yorkers, Chris Gersbeck has a lot to say. Instead of going on endless rants on social media like many do, he spews it all on his podcast “Overkill,” which he records once a week inside a makeshift studio basement. The studio is part of new creative space at Astoria comedy club and creative space QED. “Podcasting is a really hot trend right now,” QED owner Kambri Crews told PIX11. “Everybody has one, is getting […]