Fox News meteorologist Janice Dean went viral this week for her response to a keyboard bully who body-shamed her on Facebook.
Janice Dean joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in January 2004 and currently serves as senior meteorologist.
Throughout her tenure with FNC, Dean has covered a slew of storms, including: Hurricanes Sandy, Irene, Igor, Earl and Katrina.
Prior to joining the network, Dean served as the news editor and entertainment reporter for "Imus in the Morning," which aired on WFAN-AM New York and was also simulcast nationally on MSNBC. Before her time at the radio station, Dean was a weekend on-air traffic reporter for CBS 2 New York and from 1998-2001, she hosted various radio programs in Houston, Texas including: Metro Networks, KODA-FM, KKBQ-FM and KLDE-FM. She also served as an on-camera weather host at CBOT Television in 1997.
Dean began her career in Ottawa, Canada at CHEZ-FM where she was a morning show co-host, reporter and DJ. She went on to hold numerous positions at CHUM Limited, also in Ottawa, Canada, including: morning news anchor for "Breakfast at the New RO," producer and host of "The Broad Perspective" on CFRA and an anchor for KOOL-FM.
Dean received an honors diploma from Algonquin College in Radio & Television Broadcasting. Janice is a member of the American Meteorological Society and was awarded the AMS Seal of Approval in 2009.
Stories from Janice Dean
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