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Julio V√≠ctor Ram√≠rez, hijo (born 1965) is a freelance Puerto Rican investigative reporter, raised in Mayag√ľez, Puerto Rico. He is better known for joining, and later being controversially dismissed from, La Comay, program in 2006 as a paparazzo and interviewer.

As of August 2008 Ramírez is the host of "LO MAS CALIENTE" a program aired by Red 96.5 FM, the first news station in the FM radio band in Puerto Rico, while also working as a news reporter for the station.

Ram√≠rez was the host of NOTIUNO 630 radio news network morning show Notiuno en la Ma√Īana and the afternoon summary Desde La Redacci√≥n. With NOTIUNO, Ram√≠rez, hijo's work was known for his accuracy, speed in coverage, and valor in dangerous situations.

Julio's father, Julio V√≠ctor Ram√≠rez, was a famous newspaper reporter of western Puerto Rico news and a radio and television producer for over forty years. Father and son often did television broadcasts together, when Julio Jr. was as young as eleven. Eventually Julio Jr. became a radio and television reporter for local media in Mayag√ľez, Aguadilla and San Germ√°n, and later appeared in various news broadcasts. He became the Mayag√ľez news reporter for WKAQ-AM in San Juan for many years, as well as the local bureau chief for The San Juan Star and a color news reporter for X-100, an FM radio station based in Bayam√≥n.

Julio is also known for having exclusive rights to divulge the Premios DUH!, a satirical series of awards parodying Puerto Rican celebrities and odd news every December 28 - the Latin American equivalent of April Fool's Day (or the closest weekday if the date falls on a weekend).


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