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Greg Mocker joined PIX11 in April 2010 and he has been on the trail of something different ever since.

He was awarded the NY Emmy for best transportation reporter in 2017.

He began his journalism career in 1995 as a Reporter/ Bureau Chief at KTEN in Ardmore, OK. He moved to WJBF in Augusta, GA and then in 1999 to KOB in Albuquerque, NM. At both stations he served as a Reporter/Anchor and covered City Hall and neighborhood issues. He worked at KPHO in Phoenix, AZ until 2007.

In 2008 Mocker moved to New York to produce and create video content for TurnHere and StudioNow.

At PIX11, Mocker has focused on the MTA and city agencies. He has been accused of being “overly dogged.” He is best known for removing a television from the lake at Prospect Park in Brooklyn.

Mocker graduated from Ohio University bachelor’s degree in Journalism. He lives in Queens.


Recent Articles
  • MTA makes repairs after another morning of transit troubles

    Power problems, signals and switches spelled trouble on the A, B, C, D, E, F, G and M lines Monday morning. MTA officials say reparis were made by 9:30 a.m. after problems appeared around 8 a.m. Riders are encouraged to use the MTA’s website and Train Time applications. The agency’s twitter account also provides updates. Luis Rivera says he checks multiple sources before he heads out to the station. He hopes the MTA provides the information as quickly as it […]

  • Milestone calls comes into NYC 311

    There’s no shortage of questions, concerns, or complaints in New York City. Thursday morning, more than 311 million of them were officially logged with NYC 311. Three hundred eleven million, three hundred eleven thousand, three hundred eleven to be exact. Look at it by the numbers and you can see the reason for the newsworthy posts: 311,311,311. The service was created in 2003 and now tens of thousands of people use it everyday by phone, the NYC 311 app, or […]

  • New subway entrances begin to appear in NYC

    The MTA and the city of New York have agreed to include some transit projects in new developments. It’s part of the plan to address growth and the crowds. Here’s what’s happening at the corner of Driggs Avenue and North 7th Street. Reena and Cathleen spoke to PIX11 News about the possibility of a new staircase at the Bedford Avenue stop. It could be in front of their front door in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Other locations on the corner acknowledge the […]

  • Creator of “Hamdog” combines hamburger and hotdog and tries NYC sales pitch

    It’s all about the bun. Mark Murray, who hails from Australia, has been on a mission for the last year. The “hamdog” is a combination hamburger and hotdog. They’re arranged in a certain way and enclosed in a special bread. After eating a a hamburger and a hot dog, he says he had the idea to put them together. A patent for the baking tin is on file. He’s working to bring the dish to New York City.

  • Vampire Removal Services advertised in Brooklyn

    Do you have a problem with Vampires? Who you gonna call? Flyers have appeared in the past month along the Avenues in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. They advertise monster disposal and a website is included. It connects you to “The Ambrose Light,” a blog that focuses on politics and life in Bay Ridge. It was created a few months ago by Dan Hetteix. He describes the site and the card as satire. It is also meant to encourage people to register […]

  • Little Red Lighthouse shines and you can see inside during NYC festival

    The little light has been shining for almost 100 years along the Hudson River in Fort Washington Park on Manhattan’s Upper West side. In the 1930s, The George Washington Bridge tried to outshine it. Some children campaigned to save it in 1951. You can get a rare look inside this Saturday. Little Red Lighthouse will be celebrated with the season’s final Summer on the Hudson Festival. NYC Department Of Parks and Recreation and Riverside Park Conservancy also host the celebration […]

  • Candidate for NYC Mayor spends a week on city streets to listen and talk about plans

    One of the candidates to be the next Mayor of New York City is spending the next week on the streets of the city. Mike Tolkin says he wants to bring attention to homelessness and the economy. The tech-industry businessman who lives in Brooklyn has been speaking, day and night,  with citizens and posting the experiences on social media. As of the beginning of October, these names are on the citywide mayoral ballot: Bill de Blasio, (Incumbent) Democrat & Working […]

  • MTA removes some subway seats to deal with overcrowding

    NEW YORK — Look for fewer seats and more room to stand on some E trains. The MTA removed seats from the end of each car in an attempt to increase passenger capacity by 80-100 passengers per train, officials said. Plans were previously announced  to remove some seats in cars that travel along the L line and Grand Central Shuttle in Manhattan. The MTA has started rolling out 100 “refurbished and reconfigured” R- 160 type trains cars on the E […]

  • Mayor de Blasio announces $750K plan to fight city rat problem

    NEW YORK — New York City’s mayor is doubling down on the war on rats, pledging three-quarters of a million dollars to fight the scourge. Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio made the announcement Thursday at a park in the Upper West Side. Parents have complained that rats have taken over parks in the area, with some residents saying the animals have attempted to jump into their children’s strollers. The mayor says his administration plans to replace wire trash cans with […]

  • New interactive map shows best time to take Citi Bike — and when to take a cab

    NEW YORK — Ask any New Yorker about the fastest way to get from here to there and you will get a few answers. Mass transit is an option for millions everyday — but how about the debate between bikes and cars? One commuter says he crunched the numbers to provide some insight. Todd W. Schneider has lived in New York for more than a decade. He is interested in the data that many public agencies and businesses post or […]