Monica Novotny is a former news anchor for MSNBC. Novotny earned a Bachelor of Arts in Mass communications from the University of California, Los Angeles graduating Phi Beta Kappa. Novotny joined MSNBC as an Internet reporter for HomePage after four years working at the Channel One network as a reporter and anchor, where her work was seen daily by some 8 million teenagers and their teachers. She is now a news anchor for Wake Up With Al on the Weather Channel, provides news updates for CNBC, and substitute anchors MSNBC Live. She has covered major stories both in the U.S. and internationally, including the 1999 A_zmit earthquake, the conflict in Kosovo, the funeral of King Hussein of Jordan and the explosion of a deadly volcano on the island of Montserrat. In the U.S.
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