News correspondent, New York
Diana Olick has been assigned to CBS News' Northeast bureau in New York since January 1998. Before that, she was based in the Dallas bureau (1995-98). She joined CBS News as a New York-based correspondent in 1994.
Among other major stories, she has covered the Terry Nichols Oklahoma City bombing trial, the JonBenet Ramsey murder and the A-10 bomber crash.
Olick joined CBS News from KIRO-TV, the CBS affiliate in Seattle, where she was a general assignment reporter (1993-94). While there, she covered a variety of stories, including Russian President Boris Yeltsin's 1994 visit to Seattle, the execution of convicted murderer Charles Campbell, the Asia Pacific Economic Conference, the development and introduction of the new Boeing 777 jet, and the Tonya Harding story.
Prior to that, Olick was a general assignment reporter for WZZM-TV Grand Rapids, Michigan, (1993) and a reporter and anchor for WABI-TV, the CBS affiliate in Bangor, Maine, where she also hosted a Sunday half-hour public affairs show (1992).
She worked for the Medill News Service in Washington, D.C., serving as a news correspondent at KDLH-TV Duluth, Minnesota, and at WDAY-AM Fargo, North Dakota.
Olick began her broadcast journalism career as a CNN intern at the 1988 Moscow Summit.
She was graduated from Columbia College in New York in 1989 with a bachelor of arts degree in comparative literature and Soviet studies and from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in 1991 with a masters of science in journalism.