Earlier we asked, where’s Tamron Hall? Answer: Three Rivers, Michigan where she was braving 6 degree temps this morning!
Here’s a picture of the St. Joseph River (known locally as The St. Joe)
Tamron just took this picture while covering a story. Where is she? And how cold is it where she is?
Tamron strikes a pose with two members of the NewsNation studio crew: Mike Golebiowski and Don Wormley.
Behind the scenes at NewsNation with Tamron Hall and Angie Dorr. Wonder what Tamron’s thinking right now….
How lucky is Tamron? Pulitzer prize winning photographer David Kennerly snapped this picture of Tamron on an iPhone while at the Inauguration!
Look who’s the host of a new series on Investigation Discovery!
INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY SIGNS ON NBC NEWS / MSNBC ANCHOR TAMRON HALL FOR NEW SERIES “DEADLINE: CRIME WITH TAMRON HALL”
- DEADLINE: CRIME WITH TAMRON HALL Premieres on Investigation Discovery in Fall 2013 -
(Pasadena, CA) - Crime investigation, as any homicide detective will testify, is all about speed: time lost is time wasted. In an all-new Investigation Discovery (ID) series, DEADLINE: CRIME WITH TAMRON HALL, no time is wasted by its host, NBC News / MSNBC’s Tamron Hall, the respected network and investigative journalist, who knows first-hand the effect of violent crime. Tamron’s older sister was a murder victim in a case that is still officially unsolved. Produced by NBC News’ Peacock Productions, the new 13-part series, DEADLINE: CRIME WITH TAMRON HALL premieres on ID in fall 2013.
In each one-hour episode, Tamron is joined by a core team of correspondents with extensive knowledge of law enforcement and a passion for storytelling. DEADLINE: CRIME goes beyond the headlines to explore not only what happened, but why it happened, and how it was investigated.
“We are thrilled to welcome Tamron Hall to the ID family as host of this fast-paced, hard-hitting investigative magazine show,” said Henry Schleiff, president and general manager, Investigation Discovery. “Given Tamron’s own personal tragic experience and vested interest in finding justice for other victims and their families, Tamron will provide the unique personal perspective that our audience so appreciates.”
Going out of the studios and into the street to find answers, Tamron and the team of correspondents bring their personal points of view and signature styles to each story they cover. DEADLINE: CRIME talks to detectives, prosecutors and psychological profilers - as well as criminals and their victims - to reveal what caused people to turn to crime and whether justice was ultimately served.
DEADLINE: CRIME WITH TAMRON HALL is produced for Investigation Discovery by NBC News’ Peacock Productions with executive producer Loren Michelman. For Investigation Discovery, Eugenie Vink is executive producer. Sara Kozak is senior vice president of production and Henry Schleiff is president and general manager.
Here’s Monday’s “Behind the Scenes” picture: Tamron with NBC Latino’s Sandra Lilley. Sandra interviewed Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor about her new book and visited the NewsNation to talk about how Justice Sotomayor made history as the Court’s first Hispanic justice. Click on the picture to read the story on NBC Latino.