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Tamron Hall: First Black Woman To Co-Anchor “Today”

Looks like MSNBC host Tamron Hall has made some Black History of her own during Black History Month.

The 43-year-old news woman has been named the co-anchor of the 9am hour of NBC’s “Today,” where she’ll work alongside Al Roker, Natalie Morales and Willie Geist.

Adding Hall to the lineup makes her the first African-American woman to co-anchor “Today.”

In addition to her groundbreaking role on the morning news show, the Luling, Texas-bred talent will continue to host the 11am broadcast of MSNBC’s “NewsNation.” She also hosts Investigation Discovery’s “Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall.”

Hall joined MSNBC in 2007.

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