Diane Macedo
Full Name Diane R. Macedo
Birthdate February 28, 1982
Birthplace Mineola, New York
Occupation News Anchor, Writer
First Appearance October 6, 2010
Last Appearance November 5, 2013
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Twitter @dianermacedo

Diane Macedo is a news anchor on the Fox Business and Fox News networks. She anchors during Imus in the Morning on FBN and Fox and Friends First on FNC. In addition, she writes for She's also been a semi-regular Red Eye guest since 2010.

Diane is also a singer, singing with an ensemble called Tribeca Rhythm, who won a Battle of the Bands which took place on Imus in the Morning during the summer of 2011. Macedo sang on Huckabee with the host's house band, The Little Rockers, twice; she sang "Here I Go Again" and "All I Want For Christmas is You." She formerly sang for Paradise Alley.

Macedo left Fox News in early 2014, most likely bringing an end to her tenure on Red Eye.

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