The veteran journalist and ID channel’s Deadline: Crime host partnered with Safe Horizon, one of the nation’s leading victim assistance organizations, to create The Tamron ♥ Renate Fund. Established in honor of Hall’s late sister, the fund provides support for those harmed by domestic violence. Go to safehorizon.org for more info on how to get involved.

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The former TODAY show co-host just signed with WME agency

Paula Rogo
May, 01, 2017

Tamron Hall is back!

Three months after the gorgeous journalist stepped away from her high-powered anchor role at NBC News, she has signed with mega agency WME.

WME will help Hall on strategic opportunities involving TV and digital content, as well as speaking engagements and brand partnerships, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

After a decade with the TODAY show and MSNBC, Hall decided to not renew her contract and move on from the network earlier this year.

The change occurred just as NBC announced that controversial former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly was coming to TODAY and would take over Hall and Al Roker's 9am -segment.

We are excited to see what some of her first projects will be! Congrats Tamron!