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

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
  • subway MTA signs

    NYC subway signs offer important directions and occasional misspellings

    Dozens of signs and often thousands are produced every day at the MTA’s Bergen Street Sign Shop in Brooklyn. The MTA granted PIX11 News Reporter Greg Mocker a tour of the facility. The crew is working on signs for, among other things, the upcoming service change on the Q line.  

  • Subway performers rally to support arrested musician

    NEW YORK (PIX11)–The Tuesday evening commute at the Metropolitan Station in Brooklyn was filled with music and song. Subway performers, buskers, and supporters gathered on the mezzanine of the station to make a stand after a guitarist was arrested over the weekend. Andrew Kelleen was arrested and charged with loitering. Video of the arrest shows the guitar player explaining the rules to the police officer who says he needs to leave the area. The NYPD is reviewing the tape. Performers […]

  • subway train packed

    Record number of riders take NYC Subway in September

    NEW YORK (PIX11) – On Tuesday, September 23, 2014, you shared a ride on the subway with a record 6,106,693 passengers. Four other days in September logged record-breaking milestones. The MTA released ridership numbers for the month which are the highest numbers since daily figures were first recorded in 1985.  “Four other September days also saw more than 6 million customers,” said an MTA News Release. “The 149 million customers over the month were more than in any other September […]

  • Controversial ‘Tennis Climb’ route sends planes ROARING over Queens neighborhood

    What do you think of NYC airports?

    Airports are the front doors of New York City. Last year, 27 million people travelled through LaGuardia Airport and nearly double that number went through JFK. Yet the airports remain among the least popular in the world. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has focused attention on the gateways to the state and the city. On Monday, he hosted Vice President Joesph Biden at a conference that focused on infrastructure projects at regional airports. “The Governor’s initiative includes holding Master Plan […]

  • Brooklynites angry over Verrazano Bridge toll cuts for only Staten Island residents

    Verrazano Bridge marks 50th anniversary with more construction

    Plans are being made to celebrate and work on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. The upper deck will be replaced. One new feature will be a lane for commuter vehicles. Some neighbors are asking for a bicycle and pedestrian pathway. The MTA is studying a possible path. That study will be done in 2016. On Saturday, neighbors and cyclists met on the grounds of Staten Island’s Alice Austen House to advocate for a bicycle and pedestrian pathway. The Harbor Ring has organized events. […]

  • NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 29:  Commuters ride the R train from Brooklyn into Manhattan during rush hour August 29, 2011 in New York City. One day after Hurricane Irene hit New York and New England, the mass transit system, including subways and buses, began moving again in a limited capacity in time for Monday's rush hour.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

    Should the MTA expand its subway etiquette rules?

    NEW YORK (PIX11) — A prankster recently posted a very official-looking addendum to the rules of conduct in the New York City subway, voicing the silent complaints of many straphangers. Right now, the MTA’s rules of conduct include not littering, smoking, gambling and drinking, but is the list comprehensive enough? Are the posters getting out the message? The MTA recently began new ad campaigns for sick passengers, electronic theft prevention, and the dangers of standing too close to the edge of the platform. […]

  • cell service

    Wi-fi and cell service arrive at 40 more NYC subway stations

    Check your phone. More subway stations have service. The MTA and Transit Wireless announced 11 new Manhattan stations and 29 in Queens are wired for wi-fi and cell service from the major carriers. 76 stations are now connected. Hubs are on line at Jackson Heights/Roosevelt Avenue Station, Jamaica Center Station, Court Square Station, 42 Street Bryant Park Station, 34 Street Herald Square Station and Grand Central 42 Street Station. The first 36 Midtown Manhattan underground stations came on-line 18 months […]

  • queensway

    Supporters announce preliminary plans for Queens Highline

    The QueensWay could end up being the Queens version of the Highline, a popular park (that was an old railroad line) on the westside of Manhattan. It’s an abandoned LIRR line that runs north to south in Central Queens. Some other neighbors are advocating for reactivation of the rail line that connected Elmhurst, Rego Park, Forrest Hills, Ozone Park and the Rockaways. New York City officially owns the land. A spokesperson for Mayor Bill de Blasio said, “We look forward […]

  • NYC students win $20,000 for video about Sandy cleanup

    FAR ROCKAWAY, Queens (PIX11) – The grand-prize winner in the NYC Department of Education’s “Build A Better School” Initiative is P.S. 43 in Far Rockaway, Queens. It’s also known as the “School by the Sea” and after Hurricane Sandy swept in, the sea was in the school located at 160 Beach 29th St. Students used that as inspiration for their video entry. PIX11 is proud to have worked with the program’s sponsors, including Municipal Credit Union (MCU), United Federation of […]

  • NYPD steps up enforcement of traffic laws

    NYC to consider banning cars from some roads in Central Park

    New York City Council will again consider a measure to remove cars from the corridors that run north-south through Central Park. A test period would prohibit cars on West Drive and East Drive in July, August and September of 2015 as the NYC Department of Transportation gathers data during a test period. It would not impact the cross-town transverses. The proposal requires approval from the full NYC Council. It also needs a hearing before the NYC Council Transportation Committee. “Currently, […]


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