Diane Lee is an Emmy nominated anchor and two time Emmy Award winning reporter with more than 15 years on-air experience.
She anchors the 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. news.
In 2018, she was nominated for Best Anchor among broadcasters throughout the Southeast including the Atlanta market.
Diane won a Southeast Regional Emmy Award for a story she did on protecting oneself from identity theft and an Emmy for her investigative story on a debt collection scam.
Diane began in the Upstate as a weekday morning anchor for 7 News. Prior to that she was a weekday morning anchor for FOX23 News in Albany, N.Y. and an evening anchor at WYOU, the CBS affiliate in Scranton, Pa.
In her first on-air job, Diane was a full-time video journalist responsible for shooting, writing and editing daily packages for WRNN, a cable news station covering the Hudson Valley counties north of New York City.
In addition to her work in TV news, Diane loves to sing. She performs frequently with the Spartanburg Jazz Ensemble and Spartanburg Community Band. Diane produced a Christmas CD for the Children’s Miracle Network, and the project raised $20,000 for the non-profit in 6 weeks. She continues to indulge her love of singing, and is often asked to perform the national anthem to open professional sporting events, most recently the 2019 live broadcast of the SEC Tournament in Greenville.
Diane graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. She lives in Greenville, S.C. and has two children. She is also an avid jogger and hiker.