Dianne Derby Biography
Dianne Derby is well known American journalist from Wexford, Pittsburgh. She used to serve as an evening anchor for CBS affiliate KKTV before resigning. Derby is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and has received awards from the Colorado Broadcasters Association as well as the Associated Press. She has been The Gazette voter’s choice for Best TV Anchor for two years.
Dianne Derby Age
She has not revealed her exact date of birth.
Dianne Derby Height
Derby’s height is not known to the public.
Dianne Derby Family
Derby has shared information about her parents and siblings. We are keeping tabs and we shall update her family information as soon as possible. Derby was born in Wexford, Pittsburgh, and grew up in West View, PA. She received two Master’s degrees from her home state; one from The Florida State University in Higher Education and one from the University of Miami in Communications from her origin, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Also, she received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida.
Dianne Derby Husband
Derby is married to her husband whose identity is not clear to the public and together they have one child, a daughter known as a Claire.
Dianne Derby Wedding
Derby is a married woman. She wedded to her husband with whom they have one daughter together.
Dianne Derby Pregnant
Derby has one child, a daughter known as Claire.
Dianne Derby Kktv
Derby work as an evening anchor for CBS affiliate KKTV before resigning. She was the evening co-anchor alongside Don Ward for KKTV 11 News. Dianne joined the team in 2012. During her time in Colorado, she has covered some of the most important stories in the state such as the Waldo Canyon and Black Forest fires, the Planned Parenthood shooting, and also the deadly shooting of El Paso County Deputy Micah Flick. Derby used to co-anchor the 4, 5:30, and 10 pm newscasts along with Don Ward and Adam Atchison.
Dianne Derby Colorado Springs
Derby joined KKTV from WSPA, the CBS-affiliate in Greenville, SC, where she had been a weekend anchor for 5 years. Also, she was the station’s “Problem Solver” reporter. Derby had been anchoring the station’s 5:30, 6:30, and 10 p.m. newscasts with late Don Ward, meteorologist Brian Bledsoe, and sports anchor Jesse Kurtz since Dianne Derby Colorado Springs Derby joined KKTV from WSPA, the CBS-affiliate in Greenville, SC, where she had been a weekend anchor five years. Dianne was also the station’s “Problem Solver” reporter. Derby had been anchoring the station’s 5:30, 6:30, and 10 p.m. newscasts alongside Don Ward, meteorologist Brian Bledsoe, and sports anchor Jesse Kurtz since 19 April 2012.
Dianne Derby Leaves WSPA
Derby, a longtime KKTV evening anchor posted on her Facebook page that she has resigned. She wrote, “Goodbyes are so difficult.” “This is one of the hardest this year. I have resigned from my position at KKTV. I want to thank the viewers who have faithfully stood by me for nearly nine years. You welcomed me and Don into your homes and I am deeply grateful for your support. Please be loyal to KKTV and the wonderful team there. They have worked so hard to manage many difficult transitions over the last few months. Adam is a class act and I have supported him in moving into his new role from the beginning. He is a true professional and talented journalist. Please warmly welcome him. “There are certain stories I can never forget: the deadly Waldo Canyon and Black Forest fires, the horrific mass shooting at Planned Parenthood, interviewing President Obama, the Fort Carson soldier and his wife killed by a murderer, my ride in a USAF Thunderbird, the shooting death of Deputy Micah Flick, the shooting of Officer Cem Duzel, the police funerals, the Gold Star families who let me into their grief, the military heroes who paid the ultimate sacrifice and their families who live with the permanent emotional scars of their bravery, interviewing Senior Master Sgt. Israel Del Toro about the battle scars over most of his body and his unwavering determination, the countless patients who got a deadly melanoma diagnosis because I shared mine, the mothers of murdered or missing children who sat with me and revealed the depths of their unimaginable pain, the protests, the elections, and the tragic death of my co-anchor Don Ward. I will miss you all very much.” Derby has been among the Pikes Peak region’s most accomplished and well-liked TV personalities during her time in Colorado Springs. She has won several Colorado Broadcasters Association awards and was also The Gazette voter’s choice for Best TV Anchor twice.
Dianne Derby and Don Ward
Derby’s evening co-anchor The late Don Ward, who died unexpectedly in August 2020 was her good friend. “I am shocked and cannot believe he is not going to be by my side anymore,” she said on a news broadcast shortly after Ward’s passing.
Dianne Derby Salary
Derby receive has an average of between $27000 to $72000 annually.
Dianne Derby Net Worth
Derby has an estimated net worth of $1 million dollars.