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Ramy Inocencio has been a New York-based anchor and reporter for CBS Mobile News since May 2007.

Most recently, he served as a freelance reporter for MacNeil/Lehrer Television Productions, Marketplace Business Radio and Public Radio International on a wide range of international issues. Filing from Beijing, Singapore, and Washington D.C., he has covered such topics as U.S.-Asia ties in the new Democrat-majority Congress, North Korean nuclear disarmament, and China's preparations for the 2008 Olympic Games.

Prior to this, Inocencio anchored live hourly bulletins on the international Asian satellite news network Channel NewsAsia while based in Singapore (2004-2006). Broadcast to more than 16 million homes across 20 Asian territories, he also hosted and reported for Insight, his own weekly current affairs show. At CNA, he covered major regional issues including the avian flu epidemic, rising Muslim conservatism, and the 117th International Olympic Committee Session.

Through his work, Inocencio has also had the opportunity to interview such notables as former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, House Foreign Relations Chair Tom Lantos, former U.S. Ambassadors to China James Sasser and J. Stapleton Roy, and well-known international terrorism expert Dr. Rohan Gunaratna.

Before Singapore, Inocencio lived in China for five years. He first served as a volunteer with the U.S. Peace Corps (2000-2002) in rural Sichuan province, teaching environmental issues to university students and training teachers in those topics. He later worked in Beijing for the global conservation group The World Wildlife Fund as their international communications coordinator. Ramy also served as host and producer of Center Stage, a popular culture and music series on China Central Television International, and as national morning DJ for China Radio International 91.5 FM.

Inocencio graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1999 with a double degree in Biology and Environmental Science. He also attended Beijing University's Chinese Language School in 2003. Inocencio was born in San Diego and grew up in Alexandria, Va. His known passions - international affairs, world travel, U.S. politics, and the environment. His secret pop obsessions - Facebooking, speed texting, and karaoke singing.