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
  • Cat, trash thrown from windows of Harlem apartment building into school playground

    HARLEM, Manhattan — A school in Harlem is dealing with what they call a nightmare neighbor. Tenants in a nearby apartment building are being accused of throwing trash from their units into the school’s playground. Parents and administrators are fired up over a recent incident when a cat was thrown from a window in the middle of recess. It died as students watched in horror. “There are some who saw it and that is not something students should be dealing […]

  • National ‘Coffee With A Cop Day’ brings law enforcement and communities together in nationwide effort

    WHITE PLAINS, NY  — There was no shortage of coffee or conversation at the Dunkin’ Donuts along Tarrytown Road in White Plains Wednesday. The Greenburgh Police Department led the chat with customers who came in for a cup o’ joe and left with a whole lot more. It was all part of national “Coffee With A Cop Day,” an annual event that aims to encourage “open, honest and barrier-free communication” between law enforcement and the communities they serve. “The community […]

  • Renowned Ailey School still a force in dance world a half century later

    NEW YORK — For 50 years, the Ailey School on the west side of Manhattan has provided world class training to dancers of all ages and backgrounds from New York City and around the globe. From Madonna to Jasmine Guy, alumni have gone on to be trailblazers in the industry. Launched by Alvin Ailey in 1969, the school started out with just 125 students and aimed to provide access to arts and dance to under-resourced communities. Ailey’s message of inclusivity […]

  • Residents rattled day after Bronx explosion

    THE BRONX — Just 24 hours after a gas explosion rocked an intersection in the Concourse section of the Bronx, tensions are high while streets remain closed. That explosion, captured by surveillance cameras, shows the moment of the blast, the impact lifting a parked SUV, sending a cloud of dust and debris across Walton Avenue and east Clarke Place. The SUV that suffered the most damage is still drivable and aside from a shattered back window and according to the […]

  • What’s the smell? Officials investigating mysterious odor in Bayonne

    BAYONNE, NJ — The city of Bayonne has a mystery on its hands – and it stinks, literally. Officials are trying to figure out what or who is behind a foul odor that engulfed a good part of the city Tuesday night. It has some residents concerned. The Bayonne Office of Emergency Management noted Thursday night that the smell had returned, according to residents. The office shared an update from Hudson Regional Health Commission, who investigated the complaints earlier this […]

  • New Jersey doctor saves life of Facebook friend from New Zealand he’d never met

    RIDGEWOOD, N.J. — It’s the last place some of us would think to go for medical advice but a New Zealand woman says it was the advice from a Facebook friend she’s never met that saved her life. After undergoing months of surgery and radiation therapy for throat cancer, Diana Craig thought she was in the clear. But a routine follow-up with her doctor this past May showed that the cancer had returned.  Her team of specialists in New Zealand, […]

  • Bronx zoo’s Happy the Elephant gets day in court in fight over ‘personhood’

    THE BRONX  — Happy the elephant has called the Bronx Zoo home for more than four decades. Although she’s had some roommates over the year, the Asian elephant has been solo since 2006 in what animal rights activists describe as a “cramped and lonely” enclosure. It’s the reason why they’ve waged a legal fight to get her out and into a sanctuary. In a historic court hearing Monday in Bronx Supreme Court, Happy became the first elephant ever to have […]

  • Fans celebrate 25th anniversary of ‘Friends’ at PIX Plaza

    PIX Plaza hosted an event to celebrate one of television`s great sitcoms on Friday.

  • On-demand bus service comes to Jersey City

    JERSEY CITY, NJ —  An on-demand bus service that gets riders on the road with just a swipe of their smartphone is coming to Jersey City. The transit alternative comes at a time where complaints about NJ Transit have hit a boiling point. The new service will be the first of its kind in the state. Jersey City will partner with ride-sharing app Via to provide the new transit alternative to riders often left behind due to overcrowded buses or […]

  • Virtual tour of teen bedroom helps parents detect drug use

    BROOKLYN — A tour in Brooklyn allows parents to see potential red flags of teenage drug abuse. PIX11’s Andrew Ramos took a look.

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