Diane Mcinerney

To a few, writing may come as an easy task while to others, it may be one of the most difficult things to do. Let’s tell the tale of one of the finest writers around, Diane Mcinerney, who is equally a broadcaster and a regular host for most CBS shows. She began her broadcasting career shortly after bagging a Bachelor’s degree in Communication from St John University. Diane then cruised from being a local news reporter to the national level.

Diane is very gifted and efficient in what she does, so, it is only natural that she has bagged an Emmy nomination for one of her works. Though this media personality has never lacked words in expressing herself at work, she has been schtum when it comes to her love life. This has not discouraged people from prying; if anything, it has engendered a lot of narratives about her wherein facts are overshadowed by speculations and sentiments.

Diane Mcinerney Came to The Limelight When She Worked as a Weekend Anchor and Reporter for Long Island’s News 12

Details of her early education may not be known to the public but it is not a secret that she bagged a degree in Communications from St John University, a private Roman Catholic university in New York City.

Also, the factors that inspired Diane’s dream of becoming a broadcaster are not known. However, her first step towards attaining that dream was her job with WFXL-TV in Albany, Georgia, where she served as an anchor. At the station, she fronted many news events, including the horrible floods that took place in 1998. Soon, she began to gain expertise and control over her work but soon left the station.

Following her broadcasting stint with the Fox-affiliated station, Diane joined News 12 Long Island, where she was placed as a reporter and weekend anchor. Her excellent performance at the station later earned her an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Crime Series. This marked the beginning of more accomplishments in her career as she gained wider exposure that contributed to taking her career to a national level.

Diane Mcinerney spent almost 3 years working for News 12. She joined the media house in May 1999 and left in December 2001.

She Worked as a Reporter for WNYW FOX 5 Before Joining CBS as Weekend Anchor of Inside Edition

After the journalist left News 12, she joined WNYW-TV, a Fox-affiliated station based in New York. Her new job exposed her to another aspect of the work as she served as a live reporter. Diane Mcinerney continued making waves with the local station and was subsequently recruited by the national television news network, CBS. She joined CBS in 2003 after serving WNYW FOX 5 for over a year and a half, from January 2002 to July 2003.

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Diane Mcinerney has been with CBS for over 17 years and counting. Over the years, she has come to be the face of the network’s newsmagazine show, Inside Edition.

Apart from being the anchor of the show, she works as a writer, coordinator, and reporter for a wide range of shows. Amongst her many works with CBS is her report on the royal wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. More so, she has made several other television appearances, especially on The Wendy Williams Show.

Having worked for a good number of years with several media houses, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that Diane Mcinerney has been able to gather an enviable fortune for herself over the years. She has moved from working for local news outlets to the national scene. This meant more income for her even though details of her salary are hard to come by. Anyway, it is believed that the total value of her wealth is as much as $2 million.

The Inside Edition Anchor Was Once Married to Criminal Defense Attorney Edward Palermo

Despite being a public figure, Diane Mcinerney has been frugal with details of her personal life. However, we have been able to uncover that the media personality was once married to Edward Palermo, a criminal defense attorney.

While we can confirm that Diane is no longer married to Edward, we are yet to authenticate what happened to their marriage, just as it is not known when they got married and when the union packed up.

Nonetheless, reports have it that the marriage saw to the birth of two adorable daughters who are now grown. The family resided in New York City until things fell apart between the journalist and attorney.

Diane Mcinerney Is Now Engaged to a Rock Musician

For a while, Diane Mcinerney’s love life was largely left to speculations but that changed in February 2020 when People reported that she is set to get married. As reported, her fiance is the famous American rock singer-songwriter, Don Felder.

From what we gathered, the two had been dating for about two years and although the rock star is 24 years older than Diane, she accepted his proposal for marriage on the 19th of January during a sunset stroll in Malibu beach, California. It is said that the singer proposed with a custom-made, five-carat diamond ring. For those wondering how old Diane is, the television host was born on the 2nd of September 1971 in New York.

It has been deduced that Diane is excited about building a family with Don as much as the musician is in love with her. As it is with the media personality, it would not be the first time Don Felder is getting married. The Hall of Famer (Musician Hall of Fame and Museum) was once married to a woman identified as Susan Pickersgill and the union lasted from 1971 to 2000. Don and Susan’s marriage saw the birth of two sons named Cody and Jesse and two daughters named Rebecca and Leah.

Don is an accomplished singer known for being the lead guitarist of the American rock band, The Eagles. After the band disbanded in 1980, Felder began a solo career. He would release his first solo album, Airborne, in 1983 and has remained a dominant figure in the industry. The musician and TV personality seem to have found the perfect love with each other.

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