The Estimated Net Worth of Tamron Hall is $5.5 Million. The Net Worth of Tamron Hall has seen a hike of 21% over the past few years. Tamron Hall is an American broadcast journalist. While calculating the Net Worth of Tamron Hall we have included the data updated as of this Quarter.Check out the Exclusive information on Tamron Hall Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Car Collection, Investments etc. Also read Net Worth details of Megan Fox, Jessica Alba and Jennifer Lawrence.
Tamron Hall Net Worth
|Estimated Net Worth||$5.5 Million|
|Average Annual Income||$0.8 Million|
|Personal Investments||$3.2 Million|
|Luxury Cars – 2||$0.3 Million|
Tamron Hall Cars included in her Net Worth
The Car collection of Tamron Hall is quite Small. She owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Tamron Hall include Mercedes Benz and Mini Cooper.
Tamron Hall House included in her Net Worth
Tamron Hall Resides in New York. She bought this Luxury Home in 2013. Estimated Value of this Luxury Apartment around $0.6 Million.
Tamron Hall Biography
Tamron Hall (born September 16, 1970, in Luling, Texas) is an American broadcast journalist. Tamron Hall was formerly the American national news anchor for NBC News, day-side anchor for MSNBC, host of the program MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall, and a co-host of Today’s Take, the third hour of Today.
Tamron Hall currently hosts “Deadline: Crime” on Investigation Discovery channel. In summer 2016, Investigation Discovery premiered a new special, “Guns on Campus: Tamron Hall Investigates”, which commemorated the 50th anniversary of the tower shooting at the University of Texas at Austin.
Tamron Hall received her Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from Temple University. Tamron Hall quickly moved to KTVT in Fort Worth, Texas. From 1997 to 2007, she worked for WFLD-TV in Chicago, Illinois.
As a former Chicago resident, Tamron Hall frequently reported on issues related to Chicago politics. She held several positions at WFLD, which included general assignment reporter, consumer reporter, and Tamron Hall was the host of the three-hour segment “Fox News in the Morning”.
Tamron Hall covered many “breaking news” stories at WFLD, including one of the most devastating accidents involving Amtrak in Illinois.
Tamron Hall joined national news network MSNBC in 2007. Tamron Hall also landed a one-on-one interview with Barack Obama before he announced his run for presidency in 2008.
At MSNBC, Tamron Hall served as a general reporter and fill-in anchor, first achieving prominence as a substitute anchor for Keith Olbermann on Countdown with Keith Olbermann.
Tamron Hall then joined David Shuster as co-host of a two-hour program, The Big Picture, which premiered June 1, 2009, and concluded January 29, 2010. Tamron Hall anchored as a substitute for Natalie Morales, and also anchored on the weekends.
It was announced in July 2013 that Tamron Hall would host another series, Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall, on Investigation Discovery. It debuted on September 1, 2013.
The weekly newsmagazine series features two crime occurrences per episode with Tamron Hall and her investigative team digging deeper to uncover details on why/how things happened within each case.
Tamron Hall dedicates the series to her older sister, whose death was ruled a homicide in 2004, and remains unsolved. Tamron Hall’s team is extremely diligent in their efforts, in and out of the studio, to retrieve information from as many reputable sources as possible in this one-hour program.
In 2004, Renate, Tamron Hall’s sister, was murdered, following bouts of domestic violence. Initially, officers informed Hall’s family of their certainty of her attacker’s identity. However, as of this writing, that person has not been brought to justice.
During an interview at the Television Critics Association, Tamron Hall described the awful day when she received the call that her sister was found dead face down in her pool.
Tamron Hall said there were many signals of domestic abuse that she realized at the time, but did not do anything to intervene, and Tamron Hall also partly blames herself for the loss of her sister.
Tamron Hall was nominated for an Emmy for her consumer report segment, “The Bottom Line,” which first aired in 1999. Tamron Hall served as reporter of the NBC News segment “The Inauguration of Barack Obama,” which won an Emmy in October, 2010.
Tamron Hall received the Lew Klein Alumni in the Media award from Temple University in 2010. She also had another Emmy nomination for her segment called “Education Nation: Teacher Town Hall” in 2011.
Tamron Hall has also been featured in several major news publications, including ones by Ebony Magazine, Forbes, Huffington Post, and several others. Tamron Hall won an Edward R. Murrow Award for her report on domestic abuse in 2016.
Tamron Hall Net Worth Growth Estimate
The Net Worth and Income of Tamron Hall is expected to continue to grow at a Strong pace. Over the next few years, Tamron Hall’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 30%.