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‘Today’ welcomes MSNBC anchor Tamron Hall as new co-host

Tamron Hall attends Investigation Discovery's 'Inspire A Difference Awards' on September 9, 2013 in New York City.
(Photo by Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images for Glamour)

NBC’s “Today” has a new face joining the morning show. According to the Hollywood Reporter on Feb. 24, MSNBC’s Tamron Hall has been named new co-host of the third hour of the show.

Hall is a familiar face on the show as she has been a frequent substitute filling in for Carson Daly, but on Monday she became an official member of the “Today” family, as she will be joining co-hosts Natalie Morales, Al Roker and Willie Geist.

The show is excited about the enthusiasm Hall brings and is thrilled to have her on board as summed up by executive producer Don Nash.

“We’re really excited to officially welcome Tamron into he Today family. She brings wit, enthusiasm and a keen sensibility to an all-around fantastic team, and I think Tamron, Al, Natalie and Willie will have a lot of fun together hosting the third hour.”

Tamron Hall first joined MSNBC as a news anchor back in 2007. Since then she has hosted several special reports while being an anchor on “News Nation.”

This is another leap in Hall’s career. The Texas born media personality is widely respected in the world of journalism and amongst her peers. With her addition to “Today”, the 43-year-old Hall continues to rise in the media industry.

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