Special to the Examiner
Diane Dimond is a modern-day journalist who defies a category. She's been called "a renaissance broadcaster" for her versatility on-air and "a reporter's reporter" for her consistently high-quality investigative storytelling. Dimond's greatest talent may be her ability to communicate complicated stories in an understandable, common-sense way. Dimond has held a variety of noteworthy positions in all branches of media: as co-host with Geraldo Rivera on CNBC's "Upfront Tonight," investigative reporter for "Hard Copy," news anchorwoman for National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" and columnist for both the New York Post and the Albuquerque Journal. Most recently Diane has branched out on multimedia platforms to tell the stories she finds so fascinating. She maintains an official website at www.DianeDimond.net and is active in the groundbreaking Internet site True Slant. Diane Dimond lives in Rockland County, New York, with her husband, fellow broadcast journalist and voiceover artist Michael Schoen.