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
  • Special Disney visit for children at Bronx hospital

    TREMONT, the Bronx — Kids in the pediatric unit at St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx got a visit from “Frozen” character Elsa Wednesday. It was all part of a program spearheaded by the Moment of Magic Foundation which brings entertainment and creative programming to medically vulnerable children across the country.  

  • NYPD partners took a DNA test, turns out they’re 100%… cousins

    UPPER EAST SIDE, Manhattan — NYPD Officers Harley Greco and Tyler Barbour have been working side by side for nearly half a year. Partners in the 19th Precinct, the pair — who are both from Long Island — recently found out they have a bond that goes beyond the uniform. “My grandmother called me and said ‘do you know a Tyler Barbour?’ and I said ‘yeah, I just went to his wedding – that’s my partner,’” PO Greco explained. “And […]

  • NJ police warn of ‘water testing scam’ targeting Spanish-speaking homeowners

    BELLEVILLE, NJ — Officials in Belleville are describing an apparent scheme targeting homeowners as aggressive and fraudulent . Salespeople are knocking on doors, claiming to work for the township. According to police, the salespeople conduct bogus water tests and later urge the homeowner to buy thousands of dollars worth of water filters. “They test three or four vials of water,” explained Det. Lt. John McAloom of Belleville PD. “They put some drops in and then they say ‘oh you have […]

  • NJ student wearing blackface sparks outrage

    SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J. — Officials at one New Jersey school are under fire tonight after not taking action against a student who appeared in blackface in a social media post. That photo not only caused widespread anger on campus but also got the attention of the police. The photo showing a student wearing black face while standing in front of a confederate flag. The image first surfaced on social media last weekend and quickly sparked a firestorm on campus. After […]

  • Leandra Feliz to announce support of ‘Junior’s Law,’ named after son

    LOWER MANHATTAN — Leandra Feliz, whose son Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz was killed in a Bronx bodega attack last year, announced her support for a law named after her son on Wednesday. Feliz made the announcement at City Hall. The law, named “Junior’s Law,” after her son, would create a panic-button program reimbursing small businesses for the cost of purchasing and installing the device that would notify the NYPD in case of emergency. Guzman-Feliz was killed by Trinitarios gang members in […]

  • New survey says almost half of veterans feel uncomfortable being thanked for ‘their service’

    NEW YORK  — “Thank you for your service” is an expression widely used by civilians to show their gratitude to the men and women who’ve served the country. But veteran Chief Warrant Officer Carlton Garrett, who served during Vietnam, can do without the phrase. “Sometimes it’s OK, sometimes it’s not,” he said. “Sometimes you just don’t want to hear it.” According to a recent poll conducted by Cohen Veterans Network, a not-for-profit network of mental health clinics for post-9/11 veterans […]

  • Jersey City mayor denies campaigning at polls on Airbnb question

    JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Jersey City’s mayor is denying he engaged in prohibited campaigning during voting on hotly contested measures restricting Airbnb and other short-term rental companies. A short video posted online Tuesday showed Mayor Steven Fulop speaking to someone inside a polling place near a voting booth. The conversation wasn’t entirely intelligible, but Fulop can be heard saying, ‘So vote ‘yes.'” At a news conference Wednesday, Fulop said he was thanking poll workers and that he didn’t approach anyone […]

  • Transgender marathon runner hopes to inspire

    On Sunday, more than 50,000 runners from all around the world will hit the ground running for the New York City Marathon. Pre-marathon festivities are underway near the finish line in Central Park ahead of the big race. One of the runners is making a splash.

  • Support builds for NYC African American museum despite uphill battle

    Over at City Hall today, a council committee held a hearing over a bill that would open the door to the city’s first ever African American museum, a lot like the one in the nation’s capital. While there is a lot of support for it, some say opening such a museum here in the Big Apple is an uphill battle.

  • MTA elevated track inspection blitz begins

    OZONE PARK, Queens — On the tracks, high above, crews were hard at work conducting manual inspections of the city’s 60 miles of elevated tracks. It’s the MTA’s  response to a series of dangerous incidents involving falling debris across the city, the latest one happening in Ozone Park. Workers have a lot of ground to cover in the next 7 days, where the MTA says they will inspect 325,000 metal baskets designed to catch fallen debris. As the inspections get […]

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