Tabitha Soren is an American journalist and former MTV News correspondent. She was born on August 19, 1967, in San Antonio, Texas, to a family of Jewish immigrants from Poland. Her father was a doctor and her mother was a homemaker. She has two older sisters. Soren attended the University of California, Berkeley, where she studied English literature and political science. She began her career as a news intern at KGO-TV in San Francisco.
She later worked as a reporter and anchor for KCBS-TV in Los Angeles. In 1992, she joined MTV News as a correspondent. She covered the 1992 presidential election and the 1994 Northridge earthquake. She also reported on the O. J.
Simpson trial and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. In 1996, she left MTV News to join NBC News. She was a correspondent for NBC Nightly News and Today. In 2001, she left NBC to join CNN. She was a correspondent for CNN Headline News and CNNfn.
In 2003, she left CNN to join Fox News. She was a correspondent for Fox News Live and Fox Report with Shepard Smith. In 2006, she left Fox News to join CBS News. She was a correspondent for CBS Evening News and 60 Minutes. In 2012, she left CBS News to join Bloomberg Television.
She is currently a Bloomberg Television anchor and reporter. Soren has won three Emmy Awards and a Peabody Award. She is married to Michael Lewis, a writer, and they have three children.