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Black History Month First: Tamron Hall

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Tamron Hall is an award winning multimedia journalist everyone should know. The reporter currently hosts Deadline Crime and has a journalism resume that hosts a plethora of notable work. Hall who formerly anchored NBC News has made career advancements to inspire anyone.

The Texas born journalist got her start at Temple University where she recieved her Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism. Hall began her career with WFLD, a Chicago station where she covered breaking news, general assignments and hosted a three-hour segment Fox News In The Morning.  From there, Tamron Hall joined MSNBC and NBC news in 2007.

Tamron Hall’s notable work with the MSNBC and NBC networks include landing an interview with Barack Obama before he announced his presidential campaign in 2008.  While at MSNBC, Hall anchored in place of Keith Olbermann on Countdown With Keith Olbermann and her platform began to rise.

Hall continued to host, taking lead on NewsNation With Tamron Hall, which debuted in 2010. The news broadcast program reported on international and national news, entertainment news and featured many prolific interviews.  Tamron Hall used this show as well as social media platforms to provoke important dialogue on impactful news stories.

Tamron Hall proceeded to work her way to the top when in 2014, she joined the Today show and became the first Black woman to co-host the popular datytime show.  Hall brought a vibrant energy to Today’s Take with Natalie Morales, Al Roker and Willie Geist. On February 1 2017,  Hall announced that with an expiring contract with MSNBC and NBC,  she would not be returning to the program.

Currently, Hall is said working on her own show, Tamron’s Hall Pass set to stream on Hulu in 2018. Her excellence in journalism is recognized as well as her vocal campaign against domestic violence. Hall in 2004 lost her sister to domestic violence and since then has worked endlessly with the “Shine A Light” campaign to raise funds to end homelessness, hunger and abuse.





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