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
  • Local businesses battling massive liquor store in Queens

    One of the country’s largest wine and liquor chains wants to bring its bubbly to queens, but local business owners are rallying to keep what they call the “Walmart of liquor stores” out of their borough. Liquor store, bodega and deli owners are worried about how a proposed Total Wine & More will impact their sales. Total Wine & More, which is one of the largest wine and liquor chains in the country, has their sights set on a vacant […]

  • Feast of San Gennaro begins in Little Italy

    LITTLE ITALY — In its 93rd year, the Feast of San Gennaro in Little Italy shows no signs of slowing down. The crowds were out early Thursday with their appetites on deck, making the trek up and down Mulberry Street for the festival’s kick off.  Some were on a quest for that perennial Italian dish. Vendors both old and new keep customers on their toes, offering up a menu you can’t find anywhere in town.  Adeline Leporesessa, co-owner of Ferrara’s […]

  • Concerns over ‘infestation’ after nearly a dozen students stung at playground

    WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, Manhattan — The first day of school could be nerve racking for many students, but in Washington Heights this week it was a terrifying experience when nearly a dozen students were stung by a swarm of wasps during recess. “[It] stung me right on the ball of my ankle,” 10-year-old student Hadenliz Bryson told PIX11. The fourth grader, a student at Kipp Washington Heights Middle School, was in the middle of recess when she says she was stung […]

  • Advocates observe World Suicide Prevention Day at City Hall

    NEW YORK — When Loren Klein lost her mother in 2011, talking about it was an impossible task. “She felt alone and she didn’t feel like it was OK not to be OK, and unfortunately suicide took her life,” she said. Now, as an advocate, Klein says a mere conversation can be a lifesaver. “The most important thing we could do is be a friend and remind our loved ones, students, our colleagues that it’s OK to not be OK,” […]

  • FDA warns leading e-cigarette maker Juul about its marketing practices

    The US Food and Drug Administration on Monday warned leading e-cigarette maker Juul Labs about illegally marketing its product as a safer alternative to cigarettes. The FDA ordered Juul to respond within 15 working days with corrective actions and its plan to comply with federal law. The warning letter noted that failure to comply could result in fines, seizures or injunction. “Regardless of where products like e-cigarettes fall on the continuum of tobacco product risk, the law is clear that, before marketing […]

  • Local officials wait on restaurant workers to raise awareness

    Elected officials served up meals to restaurant workers Tuesday to raise awareness about the conditions employees deal with in the food service industry. Representative Hakeem Jeffries of the 8th congressional district was among a group of officials who took part in the “server for an hour” event at a downtown Brooklyn restaurant. The role swap was meant to shed light on the plight of restaurant workers. PIX11’s Andrew Ramos has more in the video above.

  • Boys & Girls Club hosts ‘buzzathon’ ahead of 1st day of school

    UNION, NJ — Students head back to school Tuesday and many will start class with a new haircut compliments of the Boys & Girls Club. The organization partnered with the local engineering group Titan Engineers to kickoff the first ever Back to School Buzzathon: a 10-hour haircut marathon where children from the community received free haircuts ahead of the first day of school Andrew Ramos has more in the video above.

  • Veteran who missed his senior prom overseas gets his chance 67 years later

    Edmond Crane was just 18 years old when he was deployed — sent off to fight in the Korean War. “It was a scary event,” he said. “The enemy kept sneaking through the ground.” Crane left to serve his country before even finishing high school, missing out on nearly every teenage right of passage. But there was one he never seemed to get over: his senior prom. 67 years later, he got a chance at redemption.

  • Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg reaches NY after 15-day yacht journey from UK

    NEW YORK — Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg arrived in New York City to chants and cheers Wednesday after a trans-Atlantic trip on a sailboat to attend a global warming conference. Thunberg, 16, and her crew were escorted into a lower Manhattan marina at about 4 p.m., concluding a two-week crossing from Plymouth, England. Hundreds of activists gathered on a Hudson River promenade to cheer her arrival. Thunberg waved, was lifted onto a dock, then took her first wobbly […]

  • Protesters, water crisis and controversy mar VMAs

    NEWARK — From Queen Latifah to the Jonas Brothers, Monday night’s VMAs put a spotlight on New Jersey’s brightest. Music’s biggest stars converged on the city of Newark for the pop-culture event of the year. A day after the bright lights and fancy dresses, reality set back in for a city in the middle of a water crisis. “After these VMA awards maybe some of these actors, musicians and stuff, maybe they will help donate to our cause,” Newark resident […]

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