Ryan Kristafer

Ryan Kristafer

Entertainment Reporter

Ryan Kristafer joined the “Good Day New York” and the FOX 5 team in August 2019.

Originally from Connecticut, he started his career emceeing corporate events across the U.S. as an on-stage host and DJ. Kristafer then hosted a nationally syndicated ‘Man in the Stands’ feature on NBC Sports Radio.

Following that, he spent five years at WTNH (ABC) in Connecticut as a feature reporter, and host of a daily talk show: “CT Style.”

Today, Kristafer is the Entertainment Anchor and Reporter for “Good Day New York” and FOX 5, covering celebrity interviews, entertainment headlines, lifestyle, trends and more.

Kristafer graduated from Central Connecticut State University where he majored in Marketing and Communications.

The latest from Ryan Kristafer


Velofix mobile bike repair shop is 'AAA of bicycle repairs'

According to a community health survey - nearly 1.6 million New Yorkers cycle around the city at least once a year. With 100 miles of new, protected bike lanes installed under the de Blasio administration - one company is making it easier for cyclists to get tuned up and stay on the road. “It’s like the AAA of bicycle repair.”


Preview of TINA on Broadway

The sounds of the Queen of Rock 'N Roll are hitting Broadway! ‘TINA’ follows the humble beginnings of Turner, her tumultuous relationship with Ike Turner, and rise to stardom.


Are you ready to visit ‘Central Ave.’?

Back in the 1950’s, Central Avenue was a popular place in South Central Los Angeles, especially for members of what was called ‘Black Hollywood’ at the time.


'The Wizard of Oz' re-released in 4k Ultra HD

This year marks the 80th anniversary of the release of 'The Wizard of Oz' on the big screen.  Tuesday, you can see a clearer version of the story of Dorothy and her ruby red slippers, as the film is being re-released in 4k Ultra HD.


The Working Journal

Michael Fiedler is a former Navy photojournalist. He’s continuing his passion for photography and storytelling in his new book: ‘The Working Journal.’


A creepy Sleepy Hollow weekend

This weekend you can become part of the Sleepy Hollow Experience in Irvington, New York. It has been 200 years since the epic Halloween tale The Legend of Sleepy Hollow was written by Washington Irving.