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Hallie Jackson Opens Up About Mental Health and Burnout in Her New Show

In a segment of Hallie Jackson's new show, Hallie Jackson Now, the NBC News and MSNBC political journalist sits outside talking to her producer about the "deep shame" she's been working through in regard to her mental health. The segment was shot at a wellness retreat in North Carolina, which Jackson attended in both a professional and personal capacity. For the show, she interviewed other attendees — including healthcare workers and a man who lost three family members in the Surfside Condo collapse this summer — who were present to process burnout and grief. But Jackson also attended sessions to work through her own mental health issues — and the set up put her in an unusual position, one in which she's both reporting as a journalist, feeling as a human being, and navigating between the two roles.
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Screen Time with Hallie Jackson

NBC News’ senior Washington correspondent Hallie Jackson is launching a new show this week. The new NBC News NOW streaming show aims to “strip away some of the formality that I think you get in a more traditional newscast and try to make this feel like regular human beings talking to other human beings,” the journalist says.
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NBC To Launch Show Starring Washington Correspondent Hallie Jackson

NBC has announced that it is preparing to launch a new show starring its Senior Washington Correspondent Hallie Jackson. Hallie Jackson NOW! will feature a number of stories about mental health, domestic policy and other pressing issues. The show will also offer a behind the scenes look at what it takes to put a story together before it airs.
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Hallie Jackson Set to Debut New Streaming NBC News Program

Hallie Jackson will double the amount of time she spends anchoring each weekday, while dividing those duties between cable outlet MSNBC and the streaming hub NBC News Now. Jackson, a senior Washington correspondent who has been with NBC News since 2014, will launch “Hallie Jackson Now,” a new hour-long program  on NBC News Now that starts Monday, November 15, at 5 p.m. eastern. “I’m a reporter at my core and we’re especially excited to showcase the incredible work that my friends and colleagues across the network are doing, and to pull back the curtain to show our audience what it’s really...
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‘It Just Hurts So Much’: Afghan Journalist Describes Harrowing Escape to NBC’s Hallie Jackson

NBC’s Hallie Jackson spoke with a woman journalist from Afghanistan who told the story of her dramatic escape from the country after it was taken over by the Taliban. Fatema Hosseini, writing for USA TODAY, published her recollections on Thursday of what it was like to be in Kabul on the day the Taliban seized control over the Afghan capital city. As a journalist who didn’t follow the Taliban’s oppressive societal norms, Hosseini described the alarm that overtook her family on the day of the takeover, the burning everything in her apartment that the Taliban would’ve deemed incriminating, and how she messaged her colleagues for help.
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MSNBC Shakeup: Jose Diaz-Balart Scores New Daily Show, Hallie Jackson Moves to a New Hour, Ayman Mohyeldin Heads to Weekends

MSNBC is shaking up its weekday lineup. In a press release Tuesday, the network announced that José Díaz-Balart will now anchor the 10 a.m. hour weekdays. That time slot was previously held by Hallie Jackson — who will take over the 3 p.m. spot. Ayman Mohyeldin — who previously anchored that hour — has been moved off the daily lineup altogether, and will host a weekend show for the network, along with a Friday program for the streaming service The Choice from MSNBC.
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NBCUniversal News Group Expands In Streaming, Hiring 200 Staffers; Tom Llamas, Hallie Jackson & Joshua Johnson Get New Daily Shows

NBCU News Group is adding 200 new positions in a major expansion of its streaming and digital operations. Describing the growth spurt as a “substantial investment,” the NBCU division did not put figures to it but said it would result in several new hours of live, original programming on NBC News Now. The streaming outlet, launched in 2019, now averages 44 million views and 14 million hours watched per month, the company said.
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NBC's Hallie Jackson dines on cicada scampi, describes it as 'pretty good'

Scientists, nutritionists and food adventurers have long advocated for humans to consider insects as a sustainable food source, prompting NBC News' Hallie Jackson to dine on a rare treat: The 17-year cicada. Jackson noshed on cicada scampi at Thip Khao Restaurant in Washington, D.C., in footage aired Wednesday on "Hallie...
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Bug appétit! Watch NBC's Hallie Jackson try cicada scampi at a DC restaurant

Scientists, nutritionists and food adventurers have long advocated for humans to consider insects as a sustainable food source, prompting NBC News' Hallie Jackson to dine on a rare treat: The 17-year cicada. Jackson noshed on cicada scampi at Thip Khao Restaurant in Washington, D.C., in footage aired Wednesday on "Hallie...
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MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson Apologizes for Using Image of the Wrong Congressman to Report on Alcee Hastings’ Death

MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson apologized on Wednesday morning for using an image of the wrong congressman while reporting on Rep. Alcee Hastings’ (D-FL) death. “We do want to apologize for a mistake that we made on this show yesterday when reporting on the death of Congressman Alcee Hastings,” Jackson told her viewers. “We mistakenly showed video of Congressman Bennie Thompson (D-MS), which should never have happened. We are sorry it did.”
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NBC’s Hallie Jackson on being a mother during COVID-19

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — As the coronavirus pandemic has plagued the country for a year now, NBC’s Senior Washington Correspondent Hallie Jackson spoke with KCRA 3’s Edie Lambert about how the coverage has become personal for her. In addition to the demands of being a high-profile NBC News correspondent and hosting...
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