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Narmeen Choudhury joined the PIX11 News team as a general assignment reporter in December 2011. She came to PIX11 from WTIC, Tribune Broadcasting’s Hartford, CT station where she was a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor since 2007.

While in Hartford, Choudhury covered several stories of national prominence including Stamford’s chimpanzee attack, the workplace shooting at Hartford Distributors and the murder of Yale University student Annie Le.

Choudhury also worked on-air in Syracuse, NY (News 10 Now/YNN.) She began her television career in Albany (Capital 9 News/YNN) where she worked at the assignment desk before being elevated to producer.

Born in Queens, Choudhury was raised in Duchess County, NY and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Boston University. Choudhury lives in Manhattan.


Recent Articles
  • Here’s how the Palisades Interstate Parkway Police keep our waterways safe

    NEW JERSEY — One hundred twenty hours of training got the members of the Palisades Interstate Parkway Police to where they are today. Their skills, four vessels and eyes are trained to police just a portion of the 315 mile long Hudson River for any and all threats. In May 2016, a vintage single engine plane from the Bethpage Air Show on Long Island crashed into the Hudson River just two miles south of the George Washington Bridge and the […]

  • NY attorney general sues anti-abortion groups for harassing patients outside Queens clinic

    QUEENS — New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed a lawsuit against anti-abortion groups that harass patients at an abortion clinic, he announced Tuesday. The demonstrators have blocked patients from entering Choices Medical Center with illegal physical contact and “horrifying” harassment tactics, Schneiderman said. Video shows protestors outside the Jamaica health care facility. “The law guarantees women the right to control their own bodies and access the reproductive health care they need, without obstruction,” Schneiderman said. “We’ll do what it […]

  • NY community rallies for teen, mom facing deportation

    OSSINING, NY — It has been four days since Diego Puma Macancela was taken into ICE custody.  His mother, Rosa Macancela, was taken into custody five days ago. Their friends, family and community are looking for answers and doing what they can to get them home. “He’s really scared. He didn’t do anything bad. Anytime he’s calling he says I don’t know why I’m here,” said Diego’s cousin, Gaby Macancela. On the day Diego was supposed to attend his high school prom in […]

  • Struggling artist’s sketch helps cops catch man who mugged her

    NEW YORK — New to New York City back in 2012, Laura Murray did what many struggling artists do to make ends meet.  She sketched portraits in Central Park to help cover rent and other expenses. She never imagined that experience would bring her to one day sketch a drawing of the man who mugged her and held her up at gunpoint, even eventually leading to his arrest. “This was my self-defense.  This was my way of not being a […]

  • Dual-language production of ‘Hamlet’ on stage at the Sheen Center

    WEST VILLAGE, Manhattan- “I really wanted to portray something that was really honest to myself and honest to the part.” Arian Moayed had a clear vision when putting together a dual-language version of shakespeare’s Hamlet. “We call it Fingalese, which is Farsi and English,” he said. It’s the brainchild of the Tony-nominated Iranian-born actor, who is starring as the lead and producing, through his nonprofit theatre group ‘Waterwell.’ “Bridging the gap between both ideas and trying to see where the middle ground […]

  • Student has graduation ceremony on subway after getting stuck on way to commencement

    QUEENS — When Hunter College student Jerich Alcantara got stuck on the subway and missed his own graduation, commuters came together to give him one on the train. The video of the subway graduation ceremony has been shared more than 8,000 times with 1 million views and counting. It all happened Tuesday as Jerich was on his way to Hunter College for his graduation. Family and friend, Bobby Rahman, were with him for the ride from Elmhurst, Queens. They thought […]

  • Cuomo, anticipating summer of commuter hell, urges short- and long-term fixes to region’s transit systems

    NEW YORK — Whether it’s the city’s subways, the LIRR, NJ Transit, PATH or even Amtrak, if you’re a commuter in this city, then you are well aware of the headaches involved. Signal problems, derailments, broken down trains are a nearly weekly occurrence. Now, Governor Andrew Cuomo is saying enough is enough. With Amtrak announcing major rail repairs beginning in July that will reduce trains by 20 percent to Penn Station, Cuomo, speaking at a news conference Tuesday, said he […]

  • Clare Rose strikers cry foul as Long Island beer distributor moves to replace them

    EAST YAPHANK, N.Y. — For four weeks weeks now, 117 union workers and more than a dozen nonunion employees on Long Island have been on strike. They claim their employer, beer distributor Clare Rose, isn’t giving them a fair shot. For 16 years, Brandon Winslow said he’s loved working for the family-run company. Now, the father of four, husband and sole breadwinner is forgoing a paycheck and benefits to hit the picket lines. “To see the family business going in […]

  • NYC councilman proposes ‘night mayor’ to protect local, independent venues

    The daytime role of NYC Mayor is currently filled and occupied by Mayor Bill de Blasio, but how does a night mayor sound? The interesting concept is in the works of being introduced by one local city councilman. Rafael Espinal of Brooklyn is behind this one and he says currently the city makes it tough on nightlife businesses to start up and operate, particularly those with smaller local owners. Endless bureaucracy turns into a tangled nightmare for some and it’s […]

  • NYC councilman pushes for new legislation to crack down on hit-and-run-drivers

    The family of DJ Jinx Paul continues to fight in his memory — and to this day the family and the NYPD still do not know who was responsible for running him over in December 2015 and leaving the scene of a crime. Unsolved hit-and-runs, like Paul’s are exactly what City Councilmember Ydanis Rodriguez hopes to target with two new pieces of legislation. “We are here today because we have an epidemic here in New York City and we have […]