Savannah Sellers, Zinhle Essamuah, Morgan Radford, and 7 other women make up the 10 female reporters for NBC News Now. On the streaming service, they put on different shows.
NBC News Now is an online live network that started on May 29, 2019, under the leadership of Janelle Rpdroguez, Senior Vice President of Editorial for MSNBC and NBC News.
The free video service has the most recent stories and breaking news about the US and the rest of the world.
The channel shows live news from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday. Overnight and on weekends, it shows NBC news shows like Meet the Press and Dateline NBC.
It is live-streamed on YouTube all over the world. In the US and Canada, Peacock streams it, and in the UK, Sky TV and Virgin Media do the same.
And in addition to having trustworthy guys as news anchors, it also has talented women who do great work and shine in the world of news because of how hard they work.
Here are the female reporters of NBC News Now whose journalism has set the standard.
10. Savannah Sellers
Savannah Sellers is an American reporter who works as a host for NBC News Now and as a writer for NBC News. She is also a co-host of the Snapchat show Stay Tuned.
She is the full-time host of Morning News Now, which is NBC News Now’s most popular morning show. Since June 2018, she has been the reporter for all NBC News and MSNBC platforms.
Gadi Schwartz and Sellers were the first people to host the NBC Snapchat show Stay Tuned, which airs twice a day.
She was a reporter for MSNBC from 2016 to 2018 before she joined NBC. Before, she worked for the network as an Executive Assistant to the President and Reporter from September 2014 to June 2016.
Sellers used to work as a Talent Assistant and in Field Production for NBC News from September 2013 to September 2014.
After being delayed for six months because of the pandemic, NBC News Now’s morning show started in October 2020. The show airs from 7 to 11 p.m. Eastern Time (ET) Monday through Friday. Sellers and Joe Fryer are the hosts.
You can watch the show on Peacock, Xumo, Pluto, YouTube TV, and the NBC News OTT apps on Roku. It covers the latest news and topics, including politics, consumer, and business stories.
Sellers went to the University of Colorado Boulder and got a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism and International Media.
9. Alison M. Morris
Morris started working as a news reporter for NBC News’s streaming service, NBC News Now, in July 2019.
Alison Morris is an American reporter and news anchor who used to work for NBC News. She was born and raised on New York’s Long Island.
She went to Our Lady of Mercy Academy, a private Catholic school for women that helped them get ready for college. In 2001, she got her Bachelor of Arts in sociology from Yale University.
In 2002, Morris started her work as a reporter in Paris for CNBC Europe and The Wall Street Journal Europe.
In 2005, she went back to the United States and became a reporter for KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh. In 2010, the reporter joined FoxCT, which is now called WTIC-TV, and became one of the news anchors for the station.
In 2014, she became the news host for Fox 5 in New York.
Morris was hired as a full-time anchor by NBC News Now in July 2019. Before that, the show had been without a host since it began on May 29. She started working for the network on Monday. She lives in New York.
On NBC News NOW Live With Alison Morris, she also talked about breaking news and how stories were changing in real time.
The news anchor and her husband, Scott Roslyn, live in Manhattan, New York City. She is skilled in French and often goes to Paris to see friends she made while working there.
8. Morgan Radford
Radford joined Vicky Nguyen as a co-anchor of the NBC News Daily in September 2022.
Morgan Radford is an American anchor and writer for TV news. She is a reporter for NBC News based in New York.
She went to school at Grimsley High School and got her bachelor’s degree in Social Studies and Foreign Language Citations in Spanish and French from Harvard University in May 2009.
Later that year, she worked as an intern at CNN for Robin Meade’s Morning Express show. During the 2010 World Cup, she worked as a production helper for ESPN.
Columbia University gave Radford a master’s degree in broadcast media in 2012. In the same year, she became a fellow at ABC News and started anchoring ABC News Now.
In September 2015, she became a reporter for NBC News and MSNBC. Morgan got her own show on NBC News Now with Aaron Gilchrist in April 2021.
She was also a reporter for NBC News and an anchor for NBC News Now. In September 2020, she became a co-anchor of NBC News Daily, which aired on NBC and was streamed on NBC NOW.
In January 2022, she got married to David Williams in Cartagena, Colombia. On February 2, 2023, they had their first child, a girl named Adelana Marcia Radford Williams. They called her “Lana.”
7. Hallie Jackson
Since November 17, 2021, Jackson has been hosting Hallie Jackson NOW on NBC News’ streaming station, NBC News NOW.
NBC News’s Senior Washington Correspondent is Hallie Jackson. She also works as a newsreader for NBC News Now.
She also fills in as a reporter on NBC’s Nightly News, Today, and Sunday Today With Willie Geist.
The news reporter was born in Yardley, Pennsylvania, and she went to Pennsbury High School. After that, she went to Johns Hopkins University and got a B.A. degree in political science in 2006.
In 2006, she started working at WBOC-TV in Salisbury and Dover. She stayed there until 2008, when she moved to WFSB in Hartford and New Haven.
She started working for Hearst Corporation in 2012 and reported from Washington, D.C. for their 26 stations. In 2014, she became a writer and journalist for NBC News and covered the Ted Cruz campaign for president.
In 2016, Jackson became the host of the MSNBC Live show at 1 pm ET. In January 2017, NBC made her its top White House reporter. She also hosts the 10 a.m. hour on MSNBC.
The reporter then went to MSNBC Live at 3 p.m. on September 20, 2021.
On November 17, 2021, Jackson took over as host of NBC News Now’s Hallie Jackson Now. Monday through Friday at 5 p.m. ET, you can watch the show online. Later, her show grew to last two hours.
6. Zinhle Essamuah
Essamuah is a reporter for NBC News and a guest anchor on NBC News NOW and MSNBC.
Zinhle Essamuah is a regular anchor for NBC News Now and MSNBC. She is a reporter for NBC News.
She is known for her wide range of broadcast, digital story, and documentary work, which draws new people to both old and new forms of media.
During her time at NBC, Essamuah talked about many different things, like the climate, justice, race, and police work. She also led the morning, afternoon, and evening shows on MSNBC and NBC News Now.
After a lot of news about the Jackson water disaster, she hosted the documentary special Boiling Point: A City’s Fight for Clean Water in 2022.
Essamuah used to work as a reporter for Now This News, which was the most-watched video news source on social media. There, she was the host of Know This, a daily evening news show.
During the three years that the show was on, she was in charge of the daily Instagram series and the election/debate night events.
As the series grew, the journalist went on to host KnowThis Live, a weekly live interview show that covered the biggest and most recent news stories from around the world.
Zinhle was in charge of interviews that were important to the news, like a conversation with Vice President Kamala Harris that aired in prime time on OWN and Discovery Plus in 2021.
5. Kate Snow
Kate became a reporter for Dateline NBC and a writer to other NBC shows in 2010.
Kate started working for NBC News in 2010 as a reporter for Dateline NBC and a contributor to other NBC shows.
Kate Snow is a reporter for NBC News who works on TV. She is a Senior National Correspondent for Today, Dateline NBC, NBC Nightly News, and MSNBC, all of which are owned by NBC.
She is the host of the NBC Nightly News on Sundays and generally fills in for the weekday and Saturday shows. She used to be in charge of MSNBC Live.
She was born in New York and grew up in Burnt Hills. In 1987, she finished from Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School. She went to Cornell University and Georgetown University, where she got a master’s in foreign service.
Snow started her work in 2003 when she joined ABC as the White House reporter for Good Morning America.
She started working for NBC News in 2010 as a reporter for Dateline NBC and a writer to other shows. In September 2015, Snow became the host of NBC Nightly News on Sunday nights.
She started leading a two-hour block on MSNBC Live that same month. Snow won a News & Documentary Emmy Award the next year for her interviews with women, such as Andrea Constand.
In April 2017, she stopped being a host at MSNBC and started working as the Senior National Correspondent for NBC News.
She started co-anchoring a two-hour block of NBC News Daily on NBC (for one hour, based on how the affiliates schedule their shows) and all of NBC News Now.
Kate also hosts “Top Story NBC” at 7 pm on NBC News Now.
4. Vicky Nguyen
Nguyen’s news has been shown on NBC News Now, The Today Show, 3rd Hour Today, and Nightly News with Lester Holt.
Nguyen’s reporting has been shown on NBC News Now, The Today Show, 3rd Hour Today, and Nightly News with Lester Holt (source: facebook).
Vicky Nguyen is an American writer who was born in Vietnam. She works for NBC News in New York, where she is based.
She started her work with Central Florida 13 in Orlando. There, she filmed, wrote, edited, and gave live reports on her stories. She then got a job as a nighttime reporter and fill-in host at KOLO, an ABC station in Reno.
Later, the reporter went to Phoenix, Arizona, to work for KSAZ, where she could cover stories from all over the country.
In January 2007, she moved back to Northern California and became an independent reporter for NBC Bay Area. She got a full-time job after that.
She also worked as a reporter for KNTV on special projects. Eventually, KNTV moved her to anchor and senior investigative reporter.
Nguyen worked closely with the NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit while she was in that position. In April 2019, she went to New York so she could work for NBC News as an investigator and consumer reporter.
She has been on NBC News Daily, NBC News Now, 3rd Hour Today, MSNBC, The Today Show, and Nightly News with Lester Holt since she started working for the network.
She co-anchors NBC News Daily with Radford for an hour, based on when the affiliates air it, and NBC News Now from 12 to 2 p.m. ET.
3. Ellison Barber
Barber is a writer from the United States who works for NBC News, MSNBC, and NBC News Now.
Ellison Barber is an American reporter who works for NBC News out of New York. She has been on NBC’s NBC News Daily and NBC’s NBC News Now with Nguyen.
She was doing her job as a reporter outside the US Capitol when a crowd attacked and took over the building. But the reporter stayed live on NBC News for the rest of the night.
The person from Atlanta, Georgia, has a BA in English from Wofford College.
She started working for NBC News as a reporter in New York on April 15, 2020. Barber wrote a lot about the coronavirus outbreak in the United States in 2019 and 2020.
Previously. She was a general assignment writer for WUSA in Washington, DC. She was also the Deputy Bureau Chief for Prince George’s County.
At WUSA, she covered a wide range of events, such as the U.S. There was the lockdown of the Capitol, the riots after Terrence Sterling was shot, and the mass murder of the Savopoulos family in Washington in 2015.
Barber became a general assignment reporter for Fox News in April 2017. She also wrote about the trouble in Venezuela’s government in 2019.
She was the first English-language reporter from a US-based network to go to Maicao and cover the UNHCR aid camp, which helps people who have left Venezuela because of the political situation there.
2. Valerie Castro
Castro is based in New York and works on NBC News Now. He also reports for all NBC platforms.
Castro works in New York and focuses on NBC News Now. He also does other reporting for all NBC channels.
Valerie Castro is a reporter for NBC News. She works out of New York. She mostly works on NBC News Now, but she also does other reporting for all NBC channels.
She was a reporter for The News With Shepard Smith on CNBC from May 2021 to January 2023.
From May to August of 2005, she worked as an intern at ABC News. Castro then went to Denver to work as an intern in the newsroom at KCNC-TV.
In August 2006, she started working at KOBF-TV in Farmington, New Mexico, as a reporter, host, and photographer. The next year, she went to KOB-TV in Albuquerque to work as a reporter and host.
She was a reporter for CBS4 Denver from December 2009 to December 2014.
Castro was a full-time reporter for CBS2 from December 2014 to March 2020. She worked as a general assignment reporter for an 11 p.m. news show and as a CBSN NY host for a digital news show that was streamed online.
In March 2020, she started working as a reporter for The Report by NBC News and Quibi for NBCUniversal Media, LLC. There, she was the host of the Evening Report and a reporter for The Weekend Report.
She did more news from the field for NBC News Now, MSNBC, and CNBC’s The News with Shepard Smith.
1. Kristen Welker
Welker is a White House reporter for NBC News based in Washington, D.C.
Kristen Welker is an American who works for NBC News as a TV reporter. She writes about the White House from Washington, D.C.
She also co-hosts the Saturday version of Today, called Weekend Today, with Peter Alexander.
She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and went to Germantown Friends School. In 1998, she got a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard College. In 1997, she did an internship for Today while she was at Harvard.
In 2005, she started working for NBC at NBC station WCAU in Philadelphia. She was the weekend host and reporter there.
She started working for NBC News in 2010 as a reporter for the NBC News West Coast Headquarters in Burbank. In December 2011, NBC hired Welker to cover the White House.
She often goes to the daily White House press meetings for NBCUniversal’s MSNBC and reports live for different shows on the channel.
Welker comes in sometimes on NBC Nightly News, the most popular evening news show on TV that is shown on NBC News Now in the UK, and Today.
Last year, she worked with Chuck Todd to host the NBC News Now special Meet The Press Election Night Special. The main results came from Arizona, Missouri, Michigan, and Kansas, and the broadcast was live.