Ray Raimundi has been a reporter with Fox 35 since February 2012. He comes to Fox 35 from New York City - where he was an Anchor/Reporter for the News 12 Networks in the Bronx and Brooklyn for the past five years.
Ray is no stranger to the Fox family. He returns back to the very company which helped launch is professional broadcasting career. Ray started as a Production Assistant for the Fox - MY 9 Duopoly in New York City. He was promoted to desk assistant, then weekend assignment editor. Soon thereafter, Ray became a field producer for WNYW-TV's Fox 5 evening and weekend newscasts--and was promoted to segment producer for the station's morning show "Good Day New York." During Ray's tenure at Fox 5, he was part of the team, which covered major events such as: MTA Transit Strike, Roosevelt Island Tram Rescue, and the September 11th memorial anniversaries.
In 2007, Ray was hired by News 12 The Bronx & Brooklyn - and covered major breaking news for the 24-Hour station--including U.S. Airways Flight 1549 crashing into the Hudson River; the New York State Government Political Coup and Shutdown in Albany; NY Yankee World Series games, and a host of many more major-breaking stories in New York. Ray was also one of the only reporters to expose the New York Yankees during the construction of their brand-new stadium. Ray revealed how the organization broke their promises of providing resources and parkland space to the people of the Bronx and its surrounding community.
Although Ray has left his native home of the Bronx, Central Florida has always been his second home. He looks forward to interacting with and telling the stories that matter to the people of Central Florida. Make sure you stop him if you see him in the neighborhood to say hello and tell him your story ideas.