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Diana Baker Calland

broadcasting executive

Diana Baker Calland, American broadcasting executive. Recipient 1st place award for children's radio Institute for Education by Radio and television, 1959; Cris award Film Council of Greater Columbus, 1965; award Council on International Non-Theatrical Events, 1965. Member Alpha Epsilon Rho.


Calland, Diana Baker was born on October 24, 1935 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Paul Allen and Helena (Schwartz) Baker.


Bachelor, Ohio State University, 1957. Master of Arts, Ohio State University, 1962. Postgraduate, Ohio State University, 1966.


Writer, producer Station WOSU-FM, Columbus, 1957-1962. Public relations director Ohio State Nurses Association, 1962-1963. Research associate, administrative research Ohio State University, 1963-1966.

Manager cultural affairs programming Station WFCR-FM, Amherst, Massachusetts, 1966-1971. With radio activities department Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Washington, 1971-1981, also, director radio activities. Radio marketing manager Adler Enterprises, Ltd., McLean, Virginia, 1981-1982.

National Public Radio PLUS marketing director National Public Radio, Washington, 1982-1984. Director network marketing Action Line Group, 1985-1987. Manager sales Wold Communications, Inc., 1987-1989.

President Calland Associates, 1989-1994.


Member Alpha Epsilon Rho.


Married Frederick Fremont, September 23, 1966.