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Employment History

Director of Editorial Services

Cablevision Systems Corp.

Editorial Manager

Cablevision Systems Corp.

Master of Ceremonies

Cablevision Systems Corp.

News Correspondent


Cablevision's News 12 Editorial Writer

Women In Management

Web References (28 Total References) - Westport, Connecticut's 24-hours News and Information Source [cached]

After 13 years as director of editorial services of Cablevision in Connecticut, Westport's Dianne Wildman is calling it quits. Today Cablevision News 12 Connecticut aired her last editorial -which really wasn't an editorial.

Wildman is married to television journalist and author Eric Burns.

Dianne Wildman, Director ... [cached]

Dianne Wildman, Director Editorial Services, Cablevision of Conn.


The three-member panel chaired by ... [cached]

The three-member panel chaired by Dianne Wildman of Channel 12 News, presented their respective insights into the problems and resolutions resulting from the surge in immigration now in the everyday news.

Dianne Wildman, editorial manager of Cablevision, and Kate Peccerillo, regional manager of Save the Children federation, gave us their Sunday afternoon.

Upcoming Events [cached]

Master of Ceremonies Cablevision's Dianne Wildman!

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PTA Hosts Ed Board Candidates’ Debate - - Westport, Connecticut [cached]

Dianne Wildman was moderator.

The occasion was a standing-room-only, PTA Council-sponsored event moderated by television journalist Dianne Wildman in The Westport Library's McManus Room.
Wildman, a Westporter and former Cablevsion executive producer and NBC News correspondent, said at the outset that she wanted the candidates to mix it up and quipped about bloodletting.
Wildman asked McGovern.
Wildman also asked whether the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) program piloted in middle school this year would cause other electives, such as the arts, to suffer. She described the scene of a girl violin prodigy not being able to excel.

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