With the rise of television news, there’s been an influx of female talent who’ve gone on to make big-name television roles, but few women who’ve been able to follow in their footsteps and be as big a presence on the air as the Covets’ Lauren Covingtons.
The Covingons are, at times, the biggest draw in television news.
Lauren Covetons career in television began at CBS, where she first began her career as a reporter for a local station in Covingtousville, New York.
Lauren has since worked in numerous local and national news outlets, including CNN and the Los Angeles Times.
Lauren also recently joined NBC News, where, among other duties, she serves as a contributor to Today.
In 2018, Lauren became the first woman to host NBC News’ Morning Joe, the longest-running daily show in cable news.
She was also named as one of Time magazine’s “30 under 30” in 2018.
Lauren joined NBC in March of 2019 and was given the role of chief political correspondent.
Lauren currently hosts a morning show on MSNBC, which is hosted by the same woman who hosted MSNBC’s Morning Joe.
She has also been a contributing writer for the New York Times, and is currently a contributing editor at The New Republic.
Lauren is also a former writer for ABC News’ World News Tonight with David Muir.
Lauren began her news career at CBS as a news producer for the CBS Evening News.
She also covered news for the local station for the city of Covingsville, where CBS has a regional television news bureau.
Lauren was hired by CBS in May of 2019, and she served as the station’s chief political reporter in 2020.
Lauren started her first television news job at CBS in August of 2019.
In 2020, she was named as the network’s first female political reporter.
Lauren moved to CNN in January of 2021 and is now a contributing columnist for the network.
Lauren recently joined The New York Post as a political analyst.
Lauren, along with her husband, Steve, is the co-founders of The Covetts, a women-owned television production company.
Lauren and Steve have two sons, Alex and Jack.
In 2017, The Coves won the 2017 National Television Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.
The show was produced by Lauren, Steve and their business partner.
Lauren co-wrote and co-starred in the upcoming comedy series, In the Name of the Child.
The series is set in a parallel world in which children are born with special abilities and have been given the ability to become leaders in their communities.
It was co-created by Amy Poehler and James Corden, and was directed by Mike Schur.
In the second season of In the Litter, Lauren, the show’s co-executive producer, will continue to co-produce and executive produce.
Lauren became a founding partner of the nonprofit network, which works to end child poverty in her hometown of Coveton, New Jersey.
In March of 2018, The New Jersey Coalition for the Abolition of Child Abuse and Neglect, which Lauren cofounded with her son, Jack, was named the “most influential woman” in television.
The group has since helped pass laws in the state to support child abuse victims and to end the “unbearable burden” of child poverty.
In addition to her work on the Coves’ show, Lauren has written for The New Yorker, the New Yorker Online, The Atlantic and other publications.
She is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, the National Association of Broadcasters, the Society for Professional Journalists of America, and the American Society of News Editors.
Lauren’s other credits include: • As an executive producer, she created and produced the groundbreaking NBC News program Today in 2020, which was nominated for an Emmy for outstanding news coverage and featured news personalities including Charlie Rose, Savannah Guthrie, and Matt Lauer.
• As a producer on the hit CBS comedy series Last Man Standing in 2018, she developed the series as a pilot for CBS Television Studios, the network that produced The Newsroom and The Good Wife.
• In 2018 and 2019, Lauren served as a producer and executive producer on The Voice, the Emmy-winning comedy series that has become the longest running primetime show in primetime television history.
In May of 2018 she announced that she would leave her CBS job to become the executive producer of the new Netflix original series, The Ranch.
The pilot episode of the series will premiere on Netflix in the fall of 2018.
This series is co-produced by Amazon Studios and CBS Studios, which also produced the Emmy Award-winning hit The NewsRoom.
Lauren graduated from the College of William and Mary in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Politics.
Lauren lives in New York City with her partner, Jack.
She and her husband have two daughters, Alex (19) and Jack (18).