Marlie Hall

Award-Winning Broadcast Journalist and Entrepreneur

Former Correspondent for CBS

Marlie Hall is an award-winning Broadcast Journalist and Entrepreneur. As a former Correspondent for CBS News, she has covered some of the biggest national headlines including the the historic 2016 Presidential Election, the Paris terror attacks, race protests in Ferguson, Missouri, the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman trial and the Sandy Hook school shooting.

Before joining CBS News in December of 2012, Marlie served as the original Host of “Eye Opener” – a morning news program on PHL 17 in Philadelphia.

Marlie also worked as a Correspondent and Host for One Caribbean Television – an international network broadcasting to more than 30 countries in the Caribbean and Latin America as well as major cities across the U.S.

In 2010, Marlie was a Digital Journalist with NBC Universal’s It was during that time that she traveled to Haiti to provide in-depth coverage of the country’s devastating earthquake.

From 2004 to 2009, Marlie served as Anchor and Correspondent for Cablevision’s HDNews – the nation’s first 24-hour High Definition News Network. In addition to anchoring the network’s nightly newscast, Marlie reported major news events from around the country. She covered the historic 2008 Obama Presidential Election and travelled internationally to Haiti to report on the healthcare crisis there. It was this international reporting that earned her a Bronze Telly Award in 2009 among other honors.

Before joining HDNews, Marlie hosted her own show on the Food Network called “Recipe for Success” as well as several network specials.

Prior to that, Marlie worked as General Assignment Reporter for New York’s WCBS-TV in 2003. She also worked as an Anchor and Reporter for News 12 The Bronx (2000 – 2003).

She received her undergraduate degree in Journalism from St. John’s University and earned a Master’s of Business Administration at Dowling College. Marlie currently resides in New York, loves to travel and is proud to be a Haitian- American.

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