Diane Mack

WWNO
3:35 pm
Wed July 18, 2012

Award-Winning WWNO Producer Diane Mack to Host New Half-Hour Version of "Inside the Arts"

Starting Tuesday, July 24 at 1:00 p.m. 89.9 WWNO's long-running, multi-award-winning feature series Inside the Arts will debut in a new half-hour version hosted by Diane Mack. WWNO's Fred Kasten picks up the story.

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All Things New Orleans
7:58 pm
Thu July 12, 2012

Good Times, Bad Times

This is New Orleans, one of the country's most distinctive cities. Many aspects of activity, identity, heritage and tradition shape that distinction. Some of those elements are good, some are bad. It's time to look at both. It's time for All Things New Orleans.

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6:16 pm
Tue July 10, 2012

Diane Mack — Top Female Achiever

Lead in text: 
This month, New Orleans Magazine recognizes WWNO's Diane Mack as its Top Female Achiever. "Over the years [Diane] has been the local host of NPR's flagship news programs, hosted a classical music shift and written and produced interviews for coverage of Tulane University's Friends of Music concert series. She is also the award-winning producer of "Inside the Arts," the station's series on the cultural arts." At WWNO we all know and admire Diane for her hard work, dedication, and creativity, and we are delighted that New Orleans Magazine has likewise recognized her talents.
  • Source: Myneworleans
  • | Via: New Orleans Magazine | Photo by Marylou Uttermohlen
Announcer and Producer, WWNO-FM Monday through Friday, beginning at 5 a.m., the smooth voice of WWNO-FM's Diane Mack begins to gently ease thousands of sleepy New Orleans area listeners into their daily routines. Mack's distinctive delivery style made its on-air debut here in 1982 when she joined WDSU-TV as a newscaster.
All Things New Orleans
10:45 am
Fri March 2, 2012

Shannon Powell Beats the Skins; President Jackson Visits NOLA

Drummer Shannon Powell pounds out the rhythm of New Orleans; President Andrew Jackson visits the city in the 19th century; and a new executive director is appointed to the Louisiana branch of the National Audubon Society.