Tamron Hall was born on 16 September 1970 in Luling, Texas, United States. She is a graduate of Temple University with Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism. She had a sister named Renate who was the victim of domestic violence.
Taking this issue Tamron Hall did an Anti-domestic violence campaign. Later in one of the interview, she said that she had a call saying that her sister is dead and her body has been found in a pool. During the time she came across many domestic violence but did not really act against it to which she partly blames herself for her sister's death.
To talk about her personal life biography, it has been said that Hall never got married. But there has been the rumor that she has already got married and her husband is named as David Hall. It has not been confirmed whether the rumor is true or not. Some of the sites also claim that she is in the love relationship with her boyfriend Lawrence O’Donnell.
In the initial phase of her career, she joined KTVT located in Fort Worth, Texas. Working there for certain years she moved to the WFLD-TV in Chicago, Illinois and worked there from 1997 to 2007. Before that, she also worked for KBTX. While working for WFLD she served as a consumer reporter and general assignment reporter. She also hosted a three-hour segment called Fox News in the Morning.
Tamron Hall in WFLD-TV covered multiple breaking news stories which made her very much famous. After she left the channel she then was hired by the MSNBC in the year 2007. She was also the host of NewsNation with Tamron Hall. In 2014 she became the co-host of Today's Take with Natalie Morales, Willie Geist, and Al Rocker. This made her the first African-American lady to host the Today's show.
Her 'Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall', an Investigation Discovery, came on 1 September 2013. Later in February 2017, she left NBC and MSNBC.
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Tamron Hall's consumer reporter part 'The Bottom Line' first aired in 1999 was nominated for the Emmy Award. Then her second nomination won the Emmy in October 2010, which was a news segment done by Tamron for NBC 'The Inauguration of Barack Obama'.
She has also been honored with a Lew Klein Alumni in Media Award during 2010 from Temple University. In the year 2010 Tamron Hall was again nominated for a report on 'Education Nation: Teacher Town Hall'. She even won the Edward R. Murrow Award in 2016 for the report she did regarding domestic abuse.