Tamron Hall

Tamron Hall

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Birthday: Sep 16, 1970

Birthplace: Luling, Texas, USA

Tamron Hall was an American television news journalist who co-hosted the third hour of NBC's long-running "Today" (NBC, 1952- ) from 2014 to February of 2017. Born and raised in Texas, Hall always wanted to become a journalist. When it came time to enter college she enrolled in the journalism program at Temple University in Philadelphia. Hall would eventually graduate from the school with her B.A. in Broadcast Journalism. After graduation she moved back to Texas to take a job as a TV reporter for a CBS affiliate in Bryan, Texas. Hall stayed at the job for two years, before moving to KTVT in Forth Worth. Then in 1997 Hall got her first big break when she joined the reporting at the Fox affiliate, WFLD, in Chicago. During her decade long tenure at WFLD Hall reported on everything from local and national politics to entertainment, thus becoming a familiar face to numerous Chicagoans. It was also during her period at WFLD that Hall hosted a daily morning news program called "Fox News in the Morning." After 10 years Hall left WFLD to report on national news for MSNBC. Hall quickly made a name for herself at MSNBC as a trusted reporter and in 2010 she was given her own program "NewsNation with Tamron Hall" (MSNBC, 2010-17). As the host of the series, Hall honed her journalism skills by reporting on global issues and national politics. Her top notch reporting eventually caught the attention of the Investigation Discovery channel, who hired Hall to host its new crime series "Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall" (Investigation Discovery, 2013- ). Then in 2014 Hall nabbed her biggest break to date when she began co-hosting the third hour of NBC's long-running "Today" show called "Today's Take." Hall hosted the program, alongside Willie Geist, Natalie Morales and Al Roker, from February of 2014 to February of 2017. In early February of 2017 Hall announced that she would be leaving both NBC and MSNBC, ending her three-years co-hosting gig on "Today's Take."




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