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Diane Eastabrook is the Chicago bureau chief and correspondent on PBS's Nightly Business Report. In July, 2012, she interviewed [[John J. Lothian]] on the futures industry's reaction to the bankruptcy, and subsequent missing customer funds, of the [[FCM]] [[PFGBest]]. She has been with the program since 1993 and has reported on various topics including the auto industry, manufacturing, agriculture, [[commodities]], housing, and small business.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.linkedin.com/pub/diane-eastabrook/14/b0b/87|name=Diane Eastabrook Bio|org=LinkedIn|date=July 17, 2012}}</ref> Her features also appear on WTTW's Chicago Tonight.
 
Diane Eastabrook is a staff writer at Haymarket Media US. She is also a freelance contributor to Next Avenue, a website from PBS stations.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.nextavenue.org/writer/diane-eastabrook/|name=Diane Eastabrook|org=Next Avenue|date=May 12, 2020}}</ref>
 
Previously, she was a freelance correspondent at Al Jazeera America. <ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.aljazeera.com/profile/diane-eastabrook.html|name=Diane Eastabrook|org=Al Jazeera|date=May 12, 2020}}</ref>
 
Previously, she was the Chicago bureau chief and correspondent on PBS's Nightly Business Report. She was laid off from Nightly Business Report when they closed their Chicago Bureau.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.timeoutchicago.com/arts-culture/chicago-media-blog/15935416/%E2%80%98nightly-business-report%E2%80%99-cuts-jobs-closes-chicago-bureau|name=‘Nightly Business Report’ cuts jobs, closes Chicago bureau|org=Time Out Chicago|date=November 26, 2013}}</ref>
 
In July, 2012, she interviewed [[John J. Lothian]] on the futures industry's reaction to the bankruptcy, and subsequent missing customer funds, of the [[FCM]] [[PFGBest]]. She had been with the program since 1993 and has reported on various topics including the auto industry, manufacturing, agriculture, [[commodities]], housing, and small business.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.linkedin.com/pub/diane-eastabrook/14/b0b/87|name=Diane Eastabrook Bio|org=LinkedIn|date=July 17, 2012}}</ref> Her features also appear on WTTW's Chicago Tonight.


== Background ==
== Background ==
Eastabrook started out her career in 1982, reporting as a weekend anchor and general assignment for WSAW TV in Wausau, WI. In 1986, she moved to a similar position at Peoria Illinois's WEEK-TV. Eastabrook then moved into the business reporting space when she took a job at WNYT Albany covering consumer scams, product testing and consumer financing up until her start at nightly Business report.   
Eastabrook started out her career in 1982, reporting as a weekend anchor and general assignment for WSAW TV in Wausau, WI. In 1986, she moved to a similar position at Peoria Illinois's WEEK-TV. Eastabrook then moved into the business reporting space when she took a job at WNYT Albany covering consumer scams, product testing and consumer financing up until her start at nightly Business report.   
== Education ==
== Education ==
Eastabrook received a B.A. in Journalism from Northern Illinois University in 1982.  
Eastabrook received a bachelor of arts degree in Journalism from Northern Illinois University in 1982.  
== References ==
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Diane Eastabrook
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Occupation Staff Writer
Employer Haymarket Media US
Location Chicago
Twitter @EastabrookDiane
LinkedIn Profile

Diane Eastabrook is a staff writer at Haymarket Media US. She is also a freelance contributor to Next Avenue, a website from PBS stations.[1]

Previously, she was a freelance correspondent at Al Jazeera America. [2]

Previously, she was the Chicago bureau chief and correspondent on PBS's Nightly Business Report. She was laid off from Nightly Business Report when they closed their Chicago Bureau.[3]

In July, 2012, she interviewed John J. Lothian on the futures industry's reaction to the bankruptcy, and subsequent missing customer funds, of the FCM PFGBest. She had been with the program since 1993 and has reported on various topics including the auto industry, manufacturing, agriculture, commodities, housing, and small business.[4] Her features also appear on WTTW's Chicago Tonight.

Background[edit]

Eastabrook started out her career in 1982, reporting as a weekend anchor and general assignment for WSAW TV in Wausau, WI. In 1986, she moved to a similar position at Peoria Illinois's WEEK-TV. Eastabrook then moved into the business reporting space when she took a job at WNYT Albany covering consumer scams, product testing and consumer financing up until her start at nightly Business report.

Education[edit]

Eastabrook received a bachelor of arts degree in Journalism from Northern Illinois University in 1982.

References[edit]

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