Tamron Hall Net Worth – How Much Is She Worth?

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Tamron Hall Net Worth

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Tamron Hall is a broadcast journalist famous for her role as the host and correspondent for several broadcast shows and TV programs. She is a former national news anchor for NBC News and NBC’s Today Show.

Hall was also a day-side anchor for MSNBC and hosted NewsNation with Tamron Hall. She currently hosts a series on the Discovery Channel titled Deadline: Crime – a magazine centered on true crime news.

Tamron Hall’s net worth was built from her endeavors as a seasoned broadcast journalist and talk show host. We dive into Tamron Hall’s net worth and her career below.

Who is Tamron Hall?

Tamron Hall is a household name in broadcast journalism and talk-show hosting. She began her career in media and journalism in 1992 after bagging a degree in broadcast journalism from Temple University.

Hall became the first female black co-anchor for the Today Show for NBC. She worked alongside other hosts such as Al Roker, William Geist and Natalie Morales. She is also a recipient of the prestigious Lew Klein Alumni in Media Award from her alma mater Temple University.

Tamron Hall’s net worth has steadily grown over time, and she has enjoyed a boost ever since she became an independent talk show host.

In addition, her thirty-year experience in broadcast journalism has made her an invaluable addition to the networks she has partnered with and a worthy example for African American girls with the dream of becoming reputable media personalities and journalists in the future.

Early Life and Family

 

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Tamron Hall was born on 16th September 1970 in Luling, Texas, to her mother, Mary Newton. Her step-father’s name is Clarence Newton Sr. He was a member of the military, and he played an instrumental role in Hall’s development as a child.

He taught a sense of discipline in her as a child and inspired her to become a journalist. She completed her early schooling in her native town.

Tamron Hall also had a step-sister named Renate, murdered in 2004. She was found floating in a backyard pool in 2004. Her step-sister’s death serves as the motivation behind her profound interest in advocacy against domestic violence and abuse.

Tamron has revealed how she felt guilty about her step-sister’s death since she felt like she abandoned her in favor of focusing on her career

 

Tamron Hall’s Net Worth Estimate

Tamron Hall’s net worth in 2022 is estimated at $6 million. She reportedly earns about $1million in salary after taxes.

She makes the bulk of her income through broadcast journalism and media. She is also very involved in charity work against social issues such as domestic abuse, human trafficking, HIV/AIDs, homelessness, and illiteracy.

 

Age, Height & Weight

Tamron Hall is about 5 feet 9 inches tall (175cm) and weighs 67kg (148 lbs). She is 51 years old, and her eye color and hair color are both black. Tamron has an hourglass body shape and a shoe size of 9.5.

Her bra size is 34D, and her breasts are natural with no augmentation or implants. Her breasts, waists, and hips are 38, 27, and 37 inches, respectively.


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Tamron Hall’s Career

Her first major media job was as the general assignment reporter for the KBTX network for Bryan College Station in Texas. She filled this role for two years until 1994, when she moved to the KTVT network in Fort Worth, Texas.

In 1997, after three years at the KTVT network, she moved to Chicago to work for WFLD-TV. Her role at the TV station was to report political issues in the city. She worked in several roles for the network.

Her roles at the network were general assignment reporter, consumer reporter, and the host of a three-hour program, “Fox News in the Morning.” Her fame gradually grew during her stint at FLD-TV since she reported most of the popular issues.

In 2007, she moved to MSNBC, where she worked for ten years. She notably conducted a one-on-one interview with the then-presidential aspirant, Barack Obama, in 2008. Tamron Hall held the position of the general reporter and fill-in anchor.

During her time with MSNBC, she gained prominence working as a substitute anchor on the program ‘Countdown with Keith Olbermann’ with the primary host of the show Keith Olbermann.

In June 2009, she joined the ‘Big Picture’ program and worked as a co-host with David Shuster. The program lasted two hours and ran from its premiere in June 2009 to January 2010. She also filled in as the anchor for Natalie Morales and during weekends too.

In 2010, the show ‘News Nation with Tamron Hall’ launched with her as the anchor. The show ran during weekdays and featured entertainment news and global events coverage. The show was also news in the US, and high-profile individuals were interviewed.

In addition, she filled the role as the correspondent for the NBC news special ‘The Inauguration of Barack Obama’ in 2010.

In 2011, she notably conducted a live television broadcast from Ground Zero in New York City after the death of Osama Bin Laden was announced. In addition, she covered other notable events during the early 2010s, including the final space shuttle launch and Hurricane Isaac in 2012.

Another series, ‘Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall,’ debuted in September 2013 on Investigation Discovery. On the show, Hall and her investigative team uncovered various crime cases examined the details surrounding each one and how each case happened.

In 2014, she made history as the first African American woman to co-host NBC’s ‘Today’ show. She frequently filled in for Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie and interviewed notable personalities such as singer Mariah Carey, former Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom and actor Hugh Jackman.

Tamron Hall had also appeared in TV episodes, such as in 2014 when she appeared in ‘Running Wild with Bear Grylls.’ In the episode, she and the Bear Grylls hiked for two days in the Pink Cliffs in Utah.

Hall also made an appearance in General Hospital in 2019, playing herself.

She departed NBC and MSNBC in 2017 after releasing a joint statement with the network. Rumors were rife that she would lose her co-anchor slot with the network on the ‘Today’ Show, and the show’s duration was being cut by an hour.

Other sources claimed NBC offered her a significant raise to make her stay, but she chose to end her time with the network.

She later teamed up with Harvey Weinstein before his shaming from #MeToo allegations. She signed a development deal with The Weinstein Company after negotiations. She later joined the Discovery Channel, where she hosts ‘Deadline: Crime.’

In August 2018, Tamron entered an agreement with Disney-ABC Domestic Television to host and produce a syndicated daytime show. Hearst Television later picked up the new show for distribution in 24 markets.

Most ABC-owned and operated stations were expected to air the new show. However, WLS-TV in Chicago passed on it since it already had another show, ‘Windy City Live,’ for the daytime slot. So instead, Hall’s show is aired in Chicago on CW affiliate WCIU-TV.

Her work as a TV host also includes a stint as the host for Discovery’s news special, ‘Guns on Campus: Tamron Hall Investigates,’ which marked the 50th anniversary of the Tower shooting at the University of Texas.

Other special reports she has anchored include ‘Making the Grade,’ ‘Debating the Black Agenda,’ ‘Dateline,’ ‘Education Nation: Teacher Town Hall,’ ‘Rock Center,’ and many others.


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Social Campaigns

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Tamron Hall is interested in many social campaigns that advocate against societal ills like homelessness, illiteracy, and domestic abuse. In addition, she has teamed up with several charitable organizations.

In 2010, she wrote an article for theGrio.com in which she wrote a personal reflection on her sister’s unsolved murder. She garnered praise for her honest examination of her feelings regarding her sister’s death and drawing attention to dating violence and domestic abuse.

In an interview with Television Critics Association, Tamron described her experience of how she received the call informing her about her sister’s demise. There were many signals of domestic abuse before her death, but she did nothing to intervene, and she feels guilty for not doing anything to prevent her death.

Her advocacy against domestic violence is mainly motivated by her resolve to try and help people with similar predicaments of unresolved murder cases.

In 2014, she was involved in the ‘Shine A Light’ campaign for the ‘Today’ Show. Each anchor for the show had to pick a cause to support. Tamron chose to combat domestic abuse to create awareness in schools and camps against social evils like emotional and abusive teenage relationships, domestic abuse, and homelessness.

She contributed to fundraising efforts for the nonprofit organization Day One New York, which fights dating abuse and domestic violence raising $40,000.

She is also an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists. The association came out in support of her after her talk show was canceled by NBC in favor of a show by former Fox News host Megyn Kelly and accused NBC of “whitewashing.”

However, they also reiterated their opposition towards NBC’s decision by re-emphasizing Megyn Kelly’s history of offensive remarks against people of color.

 

Awards

Her first Emmy nomination was in 1999 for a consumer report segment titled ‘The Bottom Line, which aired on WFLD-TV. She won the Lew Klein Alumni in Media Award from her alma mater, Temple University, in 2010 and has also been inducted as an Alumni Hall of Fame Honoree.

In 2010, the NBC News Special ‘The Inauguration of Barack Obama’ in which she worked as the reporter, won an Emmy. She earned another Emmy nomination for her segment ‘Education Nation: Teacher Town Hall’ in 2011.

In 2020, she won a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host for her talk show ‘Tamron Hall.’ She also won the Edward R. Murrow Award in 2016.

She has also been interviewed and featured in several magazines and publications like Forbes, Ebony, and The Huffington Post. The Krewe of Muses Parade during Mardi Gras in New Orleans also named her the Honorary Muse for the parade in 2017.

Personal Life and Relationship History

 

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Tamron Hall was very private about her personal life during the beginning of her career. In 2011, she started dating MSNBC anchor Lawrence O’Donnell who was twenty years older. Their affair was a low-profile one, but they later broke up.

She later started dating music business executive Steve Greener, and she later announced in March 2019 that they had gotten married and were expecting their first child together. She gave birth to her son Moses on 25th April 2019. She lives in Harlem with her son and husband.

 

Interesting Trivia about Tamron Hall

• She has two nephews in the media industry
• She likes to cook on most days of the week and does her face mask every day
• She recently published a thriller novel titled ‘As the Wicked Watch.’
• She and her son regularly get facial comparisons to Bruno Mars
• She once did humanitarian work in South Africa
• She has a distaste for dark liquor but loves margaritas
• Steve Greener (her husband) proposed to her in Paris
• She took piano lessons and played clarinet as a child
• She’s had a pet bird since she was a teenager and currently has a pet from Senegal named Jojo.
• She ran track in high school, and her favorite bike ride is across the Brooklyn Bridge.

Tamron Hall’s net worth is sure to enjoy steady growth as she becomes a media and broadcasting journalism veteran. Her move to establish herself as an independent talk show host will also boost Tamron Hal’s net worth.

NameTamron Hall
Real NameTamron Hall
Age51
Place of BirthLuling, Texas
OccupationJournalist
Net Worth Estimate$6million
Mother
Mary Newton
HusbandSteve Greener
SonMoses Greener
Weight67kg (147.71 pounds)
GenderFemale
Height5 Feet 9 inches (175 cm)
Current LocationHarlem
Zodiac SignVirgo
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack