Narmeen Choudhury is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and reporter for the 5, 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts on PIX11 News. She joined the team as a general assignment reporter in 2011 and has contributed to the station regularly as a fill-in anchor.

Narmeen comes to WPIX from WTIC, Tribune’s sister station in Hartford, Conn., where she served as a reporter and fill-in anchor since 2007.

Narmeen’s television career began in Albany, N.Y., at Capital News 9, YNN. Her journalism chops were first earned working on the assignment desk, a role she says taught her the very foundation of how a newsroom operates. From there, she took on the role of writer and eventually became a producer.

Her first on-air role came in Syracuse, N.Y., at News10 Now, YNN. There, she worked as a multimedia journalist, shooting, editing and reporting daily.

From Syracuse to Hartford to New York City, Narmeen has covered a number of stories of national and international prominence. From politics to security and from education to natural disasters, she has covered it all. Most recently, Narmeen traveled to Bangladesh and covered the Rohingya refugee crisis.

Narmeen’s background as a Muslim Bangladeshi-American born in Queens has provided her with a proud background and a loud cheerleader from what she calls “the best borough.”

Narmeen was raised in Dutchess County, N.Y., and received her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Boston University, where she minored in international relations. During the summer preceding her senior year, Narmeen was honored with the opportunity to travel to Israel, West Bank and Gaza with her professor and mentor Bob Zelnick, who was a former ABC correspondent. There, she assisted Zelnick with setting up and gathering interviews on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. This experience came just as the second Intifada was beginning in the area.

Narmeen lives in Manhattan with her toddler daughter and husband. You can catch up with her life as a working mom, daughter and doting wife on her Instagram page @narmeennews.

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Recent Articles
  • New plan for school safety in Westchester County

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — In response to school shootings across the country, a coalition of experts in Westchester County put together a task force one year ago. Today, they released their recommendations and best ways to keep students, faculty and their community safe from any future threat. The Westchester School Safety Commission was organized one year ago with the leadership of the County District Attorney Antony Scarpino and County Executive George Latimer. A coalition of educators, mental health experts and […]

  • ‘Green Team’ at NYC school works to protect planet, environment

    NEW YORK — Scientists predict it is our future generations who will bear the impact of our inaction relating to climate change. On Friday, a global strike is expected to bring students out of the classrooms in more 150 countries because they want action from world leaders. Here in New York City, one school is taking their role in this conversation seriously and is already doing their part to protect the planet. PS 90’s “Green Team” program was created just […]

  • MTA expected to hire 500 transit cops to fix ‘quality of life’ issues at subway stations

    NEW YORK — The MTA is planning to hire about 500 new transit cops as they continue to fix issues in the system impacting the “quality of life.” Transit cops will be hired work to battle the increasing number of fare evasions and assaults on workers, as well as tackle the homelessness crisis to better the quality of life of all commuters. New officers will wear uniforms and work alongside hundreds of NYPD transit officers. Just recently, it was published […]

  • NYC business recycles discarded fabrics from designers, keeps waste out of landfills

    A former Sanitation Department employee saw a huge problem with the fashion industry’s textile waste. At the time, Jessica Schreiber had no experience with fashion, but now, she and her company Fabscrap take bags  and bags of the fashion industry’s scraps and resell or recycle them for a new set of consumers. They estimate that in three years in business, they’ve prevented more than 400,00 pounds from ending up in landfills. Schreiber and her team attended several fashion week panels […]

  • Honoring the female first responders of 9/11

    NEW YORK — Nearly 3,000 lives were lost during the September 11 attacks 18 years ago. What many may not realize is that women were among the first responders who responded to the 9/11 terror attacks. PIX11’s Narmeen Choudhury sat down with two women who were first responders 18 years ago: One is a retired fire captain, the other is now a member an assistant chief in the NYPD. Both broke ground in their respective fields, but say on that […]

  • Study shows 13,000 NYC middle school students used e-cigarettes in 2018

    A new study shows an alarming number of New York City middle school students are using e-cigarettes. Now the city’s health department is worried too many kids are being lured into the vaping epidemic. According to the study in 2018, 13,000 middle schoolers in the city used e-cigarettes and 29,000 admitted to trying them. This comes as the sixth person nationwide dies from a vaping related illness and former Mayor Michael Bloomberg pledges $160 million to fight vaping. For more […]

  • New Vision Zero speed cameras in place for start of school year

    NEW YORK — School in New York City starts Thursday and people driving by are more likely to be captured on speed enforcement cameras. Thanks to state legislation from July, the city will be rapidly increasing its speed camera program from an existing 140 school zones up to 750 school zones, at a pace of 40 new locations per month. Expanded enforcement around New York City schools and rapid installation of speed cameras are intended to send a clear message […]

  • College counseling program helps bridge the gap

    Many kids from immigrant families say they feel lost when applying to college. A peer-to-peer council program where local college students mentor high school juniors and seniors are helping bridge that gap.

  • South Plainfield cancels Labor Day festivities after explosives found near parade route

    SOUTH PLAINFIELD, N.J. —  A man is in police custody after a suspicious package carrying a destructive device was found Monday near the Labor Day parade route of a New Jersey city, Monmouth County prosecutors said. Thomas Kaiser, 55, was arrested and faces charges including possession of a destructive device for an unlawful purpose. He’ll probably face additional charges. Kaiser’s brother believe this is all a misunderstanding. “The whole thing stemmed from a firework in a bar in Sea Bright,” […]

  • NJ task force inspects school buses

    NEW JERSEY — The school year is underway for some in New Jersey and that means it is time to check in on the safety of our school buses. A task force created by Governor Phil Murphy began the process of inspecting nearly 24,000 of the state’s school buses before our most precious cargo gets on board for the school year. Twice a year, New Jersey’s school buses face some of the toughest scrutiny and testing in the country. “I’m […]

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