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Jennifer Bisram

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Jennifer Bisram is a multi-emmy nominated television reporter, who's had assignments in the New York metro area, Orlando, Miami, and Detroit. Her stories have aired both in local markets and on national affiliates including CNN, FOX News and CNBC. She's an expert in media relations with extensive experience as a weekend morning anchor, investigative reporter, and problem solver. The Indo-Caribbean journalist worked closely with the Detroit Police Department’s Homicide Unit weekly to help locate fugitives while working in Michigan, and has extensive experience writing for daily and weekly newspapers in NYC, including New York Newsday, New York Amsterdam News, and Queens Chronicle. She continues to perform Master of Ceremonies duties for community events and possesses the ability to self-start and identify opportunities. Affiliations include: the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), the South Asian Journalist Association (SAJA), the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA), and the International Radio and Television Society (IRTS) Foundation.

The wife and mother reported at PIX11 News in NYC for nearly 6-years. She covered crime, the city's education crisis, Rikers Island, covid-19, parades, marches, rallies, and issues surrounding NYC's Caribbean community - one of the largest in the country.

Jennifer also worked at WXYZ-TV, the ABC affiliate in Detroit, MI as a weekend morning anchor, investigative reporter and problem solver. Detroit's Most Wanted and Taking Action for You-  were two franchises she focused on.

Before Detroit, Jennifer worked at the number one english-speaking station in Miami, FL, WSVN-TV, where she covered everything from wild crime and drug news to refugee crises and the Miami Dolphins bullying scandal.



Before her move to Miami, she worked at WOFL-TV, the FOX affiliate in Orlando, FL - where she she covered the deadly shooting of Trayvon Martin from the night the tragedy unfolded.

She began her television reporting career at News55 on Long Island and quickly moved on to the News12 Network – where she reported for nearly five-years.


When she's not reporting, she's writing.

She's the author of First Day of School: Do You Want to be My Friend? (2014) and Grandma Used to Say (2022).

Jennifer earned her Bachelor's degree at the City University of New York's Queens College.