Tamron Hall is the host of a hit talk show
An accomplished TV host, journalist and philanthropist, TAMRON HALL inspires viewers on a daily basis with her eponymous daytime talk show, which has been renewed for a second season. Since the empowering show’s premiere as the second highest-rated new talk show in five years, Hall has spent each day engaging a nation-wide audience in compelling, honest, fun, and timely conversations where no topic is off limits. From inspiring interviews with guests like Tyler Perry and Kelly Rowland to in-depth discussions on issues like the opioid epidemic and domestic violence, Hall brings a refreshing “real talk” element to every topic. You can see some highlights from the first season here.
Hall has gained notoriety as host of Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall on Investigation Discovery, as the first African American female co-host of NBC’s TODAY and as the anchor for MSNBC’s Live with Tamron Hall.
Praised by the Black Women’s Health Imperative for her “personable” and “down-to-earth” nature as a speaker, Hall motivates audiences during conversations about her profound career as well as the causes she is dedicated to, including domestic violence, homelessness, literacy and more. As the YWCA put it following an “amazing” event with Hall: “You can’t put a price tag on the value of giving someone hope.”
Tamron Hall is an accomplished TV host, award-winning journalist, and philanthropist. Her daytime talk show, Tamron Hall, premiered on September 9, 2019 and is executive produced by Tamron alongside Bill Geddie, the legendary co-creator of The View. Tamron Hall is produced by The Walt Disney Company and will air in national syndication on television stations across the country.
Since 2013, Tamron has hosted Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall on Investigation Discovery, taking an in-depth look at crimes that shocked the nation.
Previously, Tamron was the first African American female co-host of TODAY and served as the anchor for MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall. She received the 2015 Edward R. Murrow Award for her TODAY segment on domestic violence. Her special NBC News report Education Nation: Teacher Town Hall was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2011, and she served as a correspondent for the NBC News special, The Inauguration of Barack Obama , which won an Emmy for Outstanding Live Coverage in October 2010.
Prior to joining MSNBC in 2007, Tamron spent 10 years at WFLD in Chicago, where she served as an anchor, general assignment reporter, consumer reporter, and host of the station’s three-hour daily morning program. Tamron was nominated for an Emmy for her consumer report segment, The Bottom Line , which she launched in 1999. Before joining WFLD , she spent four years as a general assignment reporter at KTVT in Dallas, and she began her broadcasting career at KBTX in Bryan, Texas.
Tamron was born in Luling, Texas, and earned her Bachelor of the Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from Temple University, which honored her with its prestigious Lew Klein Alumni in the Media Award and appointed her to its Board of Trustees. In 2016, Tamron received an Honorary Doctorate from Peirce College and most recently she was a Variety Power of Women Honoree. Tamron is also an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
Tamron is passionate about many causes, including domestic violence, homelessness and literacy, and she’s dedicated her time to many deserving organizations over the years. She is an ambassador for Safe Horizon, a domestic abuse organization which also honored her with their Voice of Empowerment Award in 2014. She recently partnered with Safe Horizon to launch The Tamron ❤ Renate Fund in honor of her sister to help victims and families affected by domestic violence.