Diane’s radio career began in promotions and as a weekend deejay in 1978 at Clearwater’s WTAN-AM and WOKF-FM. Her next three years were in music research and on-air work for WLCY and as a sports beat reporter and producer in 1981 after the station became news and information WNSI.
In 1982, the Robinson High School grad left Tampa Bay to become a senior producer for Cox’s WSB AM/FM/TV in Atlanta. She moved to Phoenix in 1985 for a similar position with KFYI, and then became director of talk programming there at KTAR. A move to Salt Lake City in 1993 resulted in nine years freelancing for CBS, work with News Radio KSL, Bonneville International, and KBZN-FM. She was also an adjunct faculty member of Salt Lake Community College (17 years) and the chief relationship officer (CRO) for business development, marketing and sales, and a broadcast producer at Systems Thinking Network in the Greater Salt Lake City area.
Diane returned to Tampa Bay in 2017 and signed on as an assignment editor and engineer technician for WFLA-TV. Three years later, in 2020, she moved to the news assignment desk at WFTS-TV Ch. 28.
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1978 - 1979 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)
1978 - 1979 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (Promotions)
1979 - 1982 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)
1979 - 1982 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (Show Producer)
1979 - 1982 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (Sports)