- Full Name Frank Thorp V
- Nickname Frank Thorp
- Occupation Journalist
- Nationality American
- Birthplace (Not Disclosed)
- Birth Date 30 May (Year Not Disclosed)
Frank ThorpFormer Associate Producer of CBS Show 'The Early Show'
At NBC, Thorp worked as their Haiti events producer and reporter from February 2010 to March 2011. After that, he spent another three and a half years as an Off-Air Reporter of the US House of Representatives. He moved from reporting news about the House of Representatives to writing about the United States Senate in September 2004. Since then, he has been the NBC News' Off-Air Reporter-Senate.
Frank Thorp is a news channel producer and reporter. He is best known as NBC News' reporter for the US Senate.
Who is Frank Thorp?
Frank Thorp is an NBC News' Off-Air reporter for the Senate of the United States. Before the Senate, he was the Off-Air reporter for the House of Representatives. Moreover, he has been one of the producers of NBC News for 12 years, i.e., from February 2010 to the present.
Thorp has not disclosed his birth information, parents' names, and other aspects of his family life to the public. However, considering his partner's Instagram post on his birthday in 2016, he celebrates his birthday each year on 30 May.
Thorp began his journalism journey as a research intern on NBC News' segment, Today Show, in May 2004. He worked there for four months. After that, in September 2005, he joined WWVU Radio in West Virginia as their full-time radio reporter.
While at WWVU, Thorp covered several live reports and stories, both national and international. Moreover, for his reporting contributions in Morgantown, West Virginia, WV Press Association awarded him the title of 'Best Reporter in West Virginia' in 2006.
He worked with WWVU Radio for about one year and nine months before joining NBC News in April 2007. He initially worked as a Today Show Researcher in NBC News. However, after a few months, he worked his way up to become a desk assistant and eventually a full-time researcher.
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Thorp left NBC News in January 2009 and immediately joined CBS News. He worked there as an associate producer of the CBS show The Early Show. But again, after around a year at CBS News, he moved back to NBC News.
At NBC, Thorp worked as their Haiti events producer and reporter from February 2010 to March 2011. After that, he spent another three and a half years as an Off-Air Reporter of the US House of Representatives.
He moved from reporting news about the House of Representatives to writing about the United States Senate in September 2004. Since then, he has been the NBC News' Off-Air Reporter-Senate.
As of 2022, Thorp is following up on the United States Senate's response to the Russian declaration against Ukraine. In his 2 March tweet on handle @Frank Thorp V, as an NBC correspondent, he reported, "Sen Graham will hold a press conference tomorrow to introduce a Senate resolution calling for Vladimir Putin and his regime to be held accountable for the numerous acts of war, aggression, and human rights abuses that have been conducted under his watch."
In addition to that, he also updated on the appointment of the judges on the circuit court as well as the supreme court.
Frank Thorp and Hallie Jackson
Thorp and his partner Hallie Jackson are parents to their only child Monroe Jackson Thorp. Although the pair have already welcomed a child, they have not announced their marital status. Thus, there is no verified information about if FrankThorp and Hallie Jackson are married or not.
Thorp and Hallie welcomed their baby girl Monroe on 9 March 2020. They regularly share pictures of their daughter on their social media handles. Lately, on 30 January 2022, Thorp shared photos of his daughter playing on a snowy sidewalk. He also wrote,
Us: Keep your mittens on please. Ro: Let's chalk up the snowy sidewalk with bare hands in freezing temps. Us: Ok, we love you.
Hallie Jackson Short Bio
Hallie Jackson is the NBC News correspondent born in Yardley, Pennsylvania, in 1984. She is a 2006 graduate of John Hopkins University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. Other than that, she has not revealed any aspects of her early life to the public.
Hallie has gained high recognition and fame as a news correspondent. As of now, 79.9k people follow her on her Instagram handle @hallie_gram. In addition, she regularly updates her followers about her personal and professional life through her Instagram posts.
Hallie Jackson Career
Hallie's journalism career began in 2006 as a reporter for WBOC-TV. After two years with them, she joined WFSB-TV in the Connecticut area, where she spent four years working as a weekend anchor and reporter.
In June 2012, Hearst Television hired her as their national correspondent. She worked in the Washington DC area for two years before joining NBC News in July 2014.
Hallie initially joined NBC News as their news correspondent. However, after almost three years there, she earned the Chief White House Correspondent post. She then became the channel's Senior Washington Correspondent in 2021.