Jarrett Hill is an award-winning journalist and host focused on the intersections of pop culture and politics. His 17 years in the entertainment and news industries span radio, television, and digital media, with a roster that includes iHeart Radio, Sirius XM Satellite Radio, Fox, TBS, and the UK's ITN.
Based in Los Angeles, Jarrett is known, most notably, for breaking the 2016 Melania Trump/Michelle Obama RNC plagiarism story. Since then, he has provided perspective and analysis for CNN International, MSNBC, Access Hollywood Live, and NBC Nightly News. Today, he also contributes to a variety of prominent outlets, including The New York Times, The Hollywood Reporter, ESSENCE, and Conde Nast's them.. He's currently writing his first book, which is due in 2019.
Prior, Jarrett has reported from high school and collegiate news outlets, hosted, reported and produced for national and local news, documentary and talk shows.
This Bay Area native, who was named to the Ebony Power 100 in 2016, currently serves as the Vice President of the National Association of Black Journalists’ Los Angeles Chapter. He is fond of carbohydrates, cooking, interior design… and watching more television than he publicly admits.