Tamron Hall

Tamron Hall is an American award-winning television journalist and national correspondent for NBC News. She is a well-known activist and fighter against domestic violence.

Tamron Hall was born in Luling, Texas on September 16th, 1970. She grew up with her mother and stepfather who had a great influence on her to become a journalist. Tamron always dreamed of becoming a famous journalist. She attended the Temple University where she received Bachelor of Arts in Broadcasting Journalism. Hall started her career as a general assignment reporter at KBTX network in 1992. After that, she moved to Fort Worth where she served from 1994 till 1997 at KTVT network. The longest period of her career Tamron spent in Chicago, where she worked for WFLD-TV for 10 years, from 1997 till 2007. Her job was to report on a Chicago politics and issues related to it. Hall covered many breaking stories including Amtrak accident in Illinois.  She secured a one-on-one interview with then-Senator Barack Obama, shortly before he announced his run for the US presidency.

While she worked at WFLD-TV, Hall held several important positions including general assignment reporter, consumer reporter, and host. After 10 years at this station, she moved to MSNBC in 2007, where she is still working. She covered several successful stories such as the declaration of Osama Bin Laden’s death and also Hurricane Isaac in 2012. Tamron encouraged the viewers to express their own opinions about controversial news stories through the social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter. Hall hosted the series on Investigation Discovery called “Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall”, which started on September 1st in 2013. Since February 24th, Tamron Hall is a co-anchor of “Today’s Take” show and she was the first African American women to co-host the show.

Tamron Hall is an Emmy-winning journalist and she received this prestigious award for serving as a reporter of the NBC News segment called “The Inauguration of Barack Obama” in 2010. Tamron also received the Lew Klein Alumni in the Media award from Temple University in 2010. She had a couple of more Emmy nominations.

Tamron is a known fighter against domestic violence. In 2004, her sister, Renate was a victim of domestic violence and murdered. The police knew who committed the crime, but that person was never been arrested and sentenced. Hall blames herself for the loss of sister because she noticed many signals of domestic violence at her sister’s home, but she did not do anything to stop it. Renate’s murder is still unsolved.

Although there were numerous rumors about Hall’s marital status, Tamron is still unmarried. She keeps her personal life in a very low profile and some sources claim that she is in a relationship with a 60-year-old Lawrence O’Donnell. The long-legged 44 years-old sexy journalist certainly has a big list of males standing in a queue to make her their mistress, but the beautiful Tamron is still avoiding getting herself into a serious relationship and she is completely dedicated to her career.


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