The famous Tamron Hall is a lady from Taxes who made a name being a broadcast journalist and a news anchor. Currently she is the host of a MSNBC show MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall. She is also a co-host of Today’s Take and is also a host of Deadline: Crime on Investigation Discovery channel. Tamron has an adventure loving nature and takes new challenges.
Early Life and Career
Hall was born in Texas on 16th September, 1970. She is a graduate of Temple University. She received her degree in Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast journalism. After that, she started her career from KTVT in Front Worth, Texas. She worked for WFLD-TV, for ten years from 1997 to 2007 in Chicago. She used to break news and report issues related to Chicago.
There, she also hosted a show ‘Fox News in the Morning’. This was a show of three hours duration. She has covered many segments in news including breaking news even a few devastating accidents. Later in 2007, she joined NBC and MSNBC. She has even interviewed Barack Obama before his announcement on running for presidency back in 2008.
Hall’s role in MSNBC is that of a general reporter and a fill in anchor. She has also given her contributions to the show Countdown with Keith Olbermann. She has also anchored on weekends. She was the main host of News Nation with Tamron Hall which was launched in 2010.
Tamron works in a collaborative way. She encourages the viewer’s to give opinions over critical issues under discussion. Viewers interact with her through social media like Facebook and Twitter. Hall is the first African-American woman to be a host on Today show. In 2013, she hosted a show Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall. In this show many cases were investigated. Currently she is working on a show with Hulu, Tamron’s Hall Pass.
Tamron was seen in a camping in 2014 episode of Running Wild with Bear Grylls in southwest of Utah.
Shine A Light Campaign
Tamron Hall started a campaign against Domestic Violence after her sister died of it. Tamron partly blames herself for her sister’s death. She was seen face down in a pool and there were several indications of domestic violence over her body. The case of her sister is still unresolved. Her motive is to create PSA for camps to create awareness about abusive teen relationships that are emotionally and physically hurting. Hall has been raising funds for it and so far has been successful in raising $40,000.
Tamron Hall received Lew Klein Alumni in the Media award from Temple University in 2010. She also won an Edward R. Murrow Award in 2016 for her work on domestic violence.
Net Worth of Tamron Hall
Tamron lives in a luxurious house in Manhattan, USA. She has a yearly salary of $720,000 and an annual worth of $ 5 million USD, This is the amount calculated after taking out all her investments and taxes due over her income.