Logan Hall is a multimedia journalist reporting on news and politics for Spectrum News 1 SoCal.

A Southern California native, Logan is a graduate of Pepperdine University in Malibu, where he majored in Broadcast Journalism and played Division I tennis. In addition to his time spent on the tennis court, Logan was the anchor and executive producer of Pepperdine’s student newscast, "NewsWaves 32." While at Pepperdine, Logan interned for KTLA and was hired as a producer after graduation. 

In 2019, he joined the Spectrum News team. It was Spectrum News’ unique approach to local news that drew him to the network. Before becoming a reporter, Logan was on the other side of the camera, working as the senior producer of “Your Morning” on Spectrum News 1.

He lived a self-proclaimed nocturnal life for years, arriving to work at midnight to begin producing the morning broadcasts. Logan won Golden Mike and LA Press Club awards for his work on “Your Morning.”

When he’s not working, Logan loves spending time with his French bulldog, Frankie. Logan still has a passion for sports, and you are likely to find him on a tennis court on his days off.

You can follow Logan’s stories on X (formerly Twitter) @LoganHallNews.