Kala Rama is the co-anchor of the PIX11 Morning News starting at 4:30 a.m.

Kala joined PIX11 from WABC where she reported for the New York station on weekday mornings.

Prior to joining WABC, Kala worked as an anchor and reporter in Orlando at WKMG, where she was nominated for several Emmy awards, in Charlotte at WSOC and in Springfield, Mass. at WWLP where she received Associated Press award for Breaking News.

She got her start in television news as an assignment editor at WTNH-TV in New Haven, Conn.

A native of Fairfield County in Connecticut, Kala is a graduate of Fairfield University where she earned a degree in political science and communications.


Recent Articles
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  • Jumaane Williams, immigration activists holding ‘Know Your Rights’ day of action in Queens, Bronx

    Public Advocate Jumaane Williams and a coalition of immigrant rights activists are holding a “Day of Action” on Tuesday as part of their #KnowYourRights public awareness campaign, they say. The day kicks off at 7 a.m. Tuesday in Jackson Heights, Queens, when Williams, along with Assembly Member Catalina Cruz and immigration rights groups, will distribute informational documents to inform New Yorkers of their legal rights at the Roosevelt Ave. station near Roosevelt Avenue and 74th Street in Jackson Heights, Queens. […]

  • $1 million donated to Camp Junior, a new summer program made in honor of slain teen

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  • Ripley’s Believe It or Not! and Madame Tussauds celebrate Pride by setting the world record for longest feather boa

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    TOKYO — President Donald Trump said Monday that he is not “personally bothered” by recent short-range missile tests that North Korea conducted this month, breaking with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who is hosting the president on four-day state visit full of pageantry Standing beside Trump at a news conference after hours of talks, Abe disagreed with the U.S. president, saying the missile tests violated U.N. Security Council resolutions and were “of great regret.” Abe, who has forged a strong friendship […]

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