Tino Ramos has been an essential part of Ohio’s media scene for nearly four decades and spent most of his illustrious career in Columbus. However, WBNS-TV recently revealed that Tino Ramos is leaving 10TV News in February 2023. Now, his followers and longtime viewers want to know what’s next for the veteran reporter and if he is staying in Columbus. So read on to find out all the latest details about Tino Ramos’ departure, including when his last newscast on 10TV News is.
Tino Ramos’ Education and Career
Gibsonburg native Tino Ramos graduated from Ohio University with a BA in Broadcast Journalism. In 1986, he began his professional broadcasting career.
Ramos’ first job was at WLIO-TV, a dual NBC/FOX-affiliated television station licensed to Lima, Ohio. While there, his work as a reporter and anchor won him several accolades.
In 1990, he moved to Toledo to work at NBC 24 WNWO. Ramos was promoted as the station’s news director, becoming the youngest person to hold that role in 75 markets across the country.
Ramos then relocated to Columbus in 1994 to join 10TV News at WBNS-TV, with numerous awards already to his name. At 10TV, he earned more Associated Press and Emmy Awards for his news reporting.
Tino Ramos to Leave 10TV News
Ramos has been with WBNS-TV for nearly 30 years and is currently the station’s senior morning reporter. But on Wednesday, February 15, WBNS-TV revealed that Tony Ramos is leaving 10TV News.
The veteran reporter is set to retire this week. His last day on air will be Friday, February 17, on Wake Up CBUS. Moreover, 10TV News has already aired a special montage to reflect on memorable parts of his career.
Meanwhile, Ramos has not made an official statement or been on social media recently. So he has yet to reveal his plans post-retirement.