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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
  • Dodging death on NYC streets — there are several apps for that

    NEW YORK (PIX11) – Whether you’re on a New York City street or the Garden State Parkway, everyday distractions could spell out disaster and recent headlines are proving just that. It’s exactly why AT&T launched the ‘Connected Intersections Traffic Safety’ challenge, calling on tech gurus to develop solutions to improve traffic safety on New York City streets. “We wanted to take this to an urban environment where you’re just not behind the wheel all the time, you’re on the street, […]

  • New Yorkers decide the best and worst New York tunes

    NEW YORK (PIX11) – If Billy Joel isn’t crooning about it, Jennifer Lopez is reminding us that it’s where she’s from. New York City has served as inspiration in countless songs by several artists over the years. Some tunes have gone on to become classics like “No Sleep Till Brooklyn” by the Beastie Boys, “Autumn in New York” by Billie Holiday and the perennial favorite “New York, New York” by Frank Sinatra. While others, we’d like to forget about. (See […]

  • 100-year-old Brooklyn math teacher who refuses to retire says she ‘can’t sit back and do nothing’

    BROOKLYN (PIX11) – For most of us, hearing about your birthday on the radio is a seldom occurrence. However, in the case of Brooklyn math teacher Madeline Scotto, it’s pretty much warranted. “This is very exciting!” Scotto said as she and her daughter Michelle crowded around a radio in a quaint living room, listening to a news report honoring her birthday. Mrs. Scotto is celebrating a milestone turning 100 years old. What’s even more incredible, she is still part of […]

  • New documentary looks back on Banksy`s month-long residency in NYC

    NEW YORK (PIX11) – A series of chaotic scenes unraveled nearly every day in New York City in October of 2013 and an Apple product played no part. It was this time last year when graffiti artist Banksy embarked on a month-long tour where he unloaded works of art across the five boroughs. A new documentary on the artist’s stint in the Big Apple will premiere next month, shedding light how Banksy managed to captivate a city. At the time, […]

  • So-called ‘toughest workout in NYC’ promises to shed calories, build superhero physique

    NEW YORK (PIX11) – Crossfit, been there. Soul cycle, done that. Now a new workout trend being offered here in the Big Apple, is promising to deliver some super results. Dubbed the toughest workout in town, “Grynd” offered at Epic Hybrid Training in Midtown promises to shed as many as 1200 calories in just one session. Co-owner Alex Nicholas takes no prisoners and offers up a simple warning. “The first session is definitely the hardest – it’s a shot to […]

  • Off-Broadway play about Columbine H.S. shooting to debut in November

    NEW YORK (PIX11) — It was on April 20, 1999, when 18-year-old Eric Harris and 17-year-old Dylan Klebold walked into Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo. and opened fire on fellow students and teachers. A total of 13 were killed and more than 20 were injured before the teens turned the guns on themselves. Fifteen years after the shocking tragedy, a play written from the perspective of the two teen killers is set to make its Off-Broadway debut. The Erlkings […]

  • From mobile apps to prosthetics, these advances are making life better for pets

    NEW YORK (PIX11) – Innovators and pet lovers gathered in New York Tuesday in the name of pet care and with a goal to better understand our four-legged friends. The second annual “Better With Pets” summit hosted by Purina put the spotlight on new technology and ground-breaking ideas that aim to strengthen the bond between pet and owner. “[We’re] bringing these thought leaders all into one room where they’re discussing and [presenting] new ideas and really expanding our future with […]

  • Day 2 of Comic Con kicks off at Javits Center

    NEW YORK (PIX11) --  Whether they’re spooky, kooky or just plain old super — costumed characters are taking over the Javits Center for Comic Con this week. PIX11’s Andrew Ramos — or Superman — was there for Day Two.

  • Customers stream out of the Macy's flagship store in Herald Square after reports of a fire in the building on Oct. 10, 2014. (Photo: PIX11's Andrew Ramos)

    Macy’s flagship store evacuated due to ‘fire concerns’

    MANHATTAN (PIX11) – Macy’s flagship store in Herald Square was evacuated Friday due to “fire concerns,” authorities on the scene said. There was a heavy presence of FDNY first responders, and 34th and 35th streets between Broadway and Seventh Avenue were closed in the area. An employee said it appeared that there was a fire on a loading dock that has since been evacuated. Customers were evacuated from the store, which until 2009 was the largest department store in the […]

  • New York Comic Con kicks off with the biggest crowd to date

    NEW YORK (PIX11) — From superheroes to pint-size princesses, the Javits Center looked more like a live-action comic book Thursday with an endless cast of characters. Day one of New York Comic Con was a monster right out of the gate, proving the notion: if you build it, they will come. In nine years, attendance at the annual convention has exploded from 33,000 when it first started to an estimated 150,000 expected this year. Making the first day in the […]

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