Jorge Ramos (born approx. 1960) is a Mexican born television reporter who is the anchor of Univision's news show Noticias Univision.
Ramos was a journalist in his native Mexico and immigrated to the United States, going through the hardships of many recent immigrants. He eventually attended the University of California Los Angeles where he furthered his journalistic activities.
Ramos, who joined the News program in 1985 and Univision a short time before that, has interviewed multiple world leaders, including Fidel Castro, Bill Clinton, George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush, Vicente Fox, Hugo Chávez, Ernesto Samper, Ernesto Zedillo and many others. He has also been reporting from many places when historic events happen, including Kuwait for the Gulf War, New York, where he reported live from Ground Zero after the September 11, 2001 attacks, and Mexico City, where he covered one of John Paul II's visits.
Ramos has also authored various books, including one where he spoke of his experiences during war and while interviewing Presidents.
At the news show, he works alongside Maria Elena Salinas.
Ramos returned to Kuwait to cover the 2003 Iraq war