13 Facts About Alisyn Camerota


Alisyn Lane Camerota was born on June 21,1966 and is an American broadcast journalist and political commentator.


Alisyn Camerota formerly was anchor of CNN's morning show New Day, a co-host of the afternoon edition of CNN Newsroom, as well as a presenter at Fox News.


Alisyn Camerota covered the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, the Paris and Brussels terror attacks and the Parkland school shooting.


Alisyn Camerota interviewed the Parkland student survivors and representatives of the National Rifle Association in the hours after the shooting.


Alisyn Camerota has held dozens of panels with Donald Trump supporters, and is a frequent critic of Trump.


Alisyn Camerota graduated from the School of Communication of the American University in Washington, DC, with a degree in broadcast journalism.


Alisyn Camerota worked on Ted Koppel's primetime documentaries at Koppel Communications.

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Alisyn Camerota joined the network in February, 1998 as a correspondent for its Boston bureau, reporting on a number of different stories and contributing to the network's affiliate service, Fox News Edge.


On July 14,2014, CNN and CNN International announced that Alisyn Camerota had joined the CNN news team to serve as a TV anchor with a time slot to be announced.


Alisyn Camerota co-anchored on CNN's New Day the morning of Friday, July 25,2014 and Monday, August 25,2014 and in 2015 became a permanent co-anchor of New Day, whose viewership reportedly increased by 9 percent after she was added to the program.


In September of 2022, Alisyn Camerota was selected to serve as an interim host of CNN Tonight along with Jake Tapper and Laura Coates throughout the 2022 midterm elections where she helmed the 10 pm hour.


Alisyn Camerota wrote Amanda Wakes Up, a novel she began writing while taking notes of her interviews of candidates in the 2012 presidential election.


Alisyn Camerota wrote the book with the desire to remind readers of the importance of real journalism.