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The beautiful and talented Jessica Montoya, Reynosa Tamaulipas, Mexico Native, is a veteran in the radio and television broadcast industry with more than 15 years of experience. Her bubbly and energetic personality has earned her a strong following among local viewers and fans of entertainment segments such as ”Alegre Despertar,” ”Que Pasa en el Valle,” and ”Que Nuevo” on KNVO Univision 48, and now as co-host of Fox2 morning show, Good Day Valley.

Jessica Montoya launched her entertainment career at the early age of 10 when she worked as a radio personality for a Mexican radio station. Even at this early age Jessica Montoya was responsible for a successful children’s show,“Exactitos, she not only conducted the show, but also prepared the material for the segments.

After 10 years of working for EXA FM 102.5 Jessica migrates to the U.S. and finds a home in the successful Latino TV station KNVO Univision 48 and affiliated radio stations. Jessica not only hosted her own radio show, she also developed into an important TV personality for the KNVO news team and morning shows.

Jessica rises every morning to do what she loves most, her fun personality has made her an invaluable asset to the “Alegre Despertar Morning Show” and “Good Day Valley” teams. Among her many duties Jessica participates as a weather reporter, community reporter, researcher and presenter for KNVO Univision channel 48 and Fox2 News. Jessica is a presenter and MC to many local events and much more.

Jessica graduated from the The University of Texas Pan American with a bachelor’s in Public Relations/Advertising/Journalism. Jessica’s grandest talent is bringing smiles to the people she interacts with on a daily basis, via TV or in person. Jessica Montoya continues to brighten the mornings of the Rio Grande Valley and Northern Mexico community, bringing smiles and laughs to her followers.

There is no telling what Jessica will come up with next, her incredible talent for adlib and improvisation have created her a strong audience curious of what she will do next.