Rebecca Diamond

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Rebecca Diamond (born January 30) is a former contributor on Fox Business and News Channels.[1]


Born Rebecca Lee Gomez, the daughter of Nadine Ramirez and Leandro Olmos Gomez,[2] Diamond graduated in 1991 from the University of Maryland, College Park,[2] where she majored in Broadcast Journalism. She worked as an anchor/reporter for Lifetime Television and as a business writer for The Associated Press. She also worked as a reporter/anchor for local affiliate television stations in McAllen, Texas; Phoenix, Arizona; and San Diego, California. She joined Fox News as a news update anchor when the network was launched in 1996.

She hosted the Fox Business Network TV show Happy Hour which was broadcast live from the Bull & Bear bar in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City. Happy Hour aired at 5pm Eastern on the Fox Business Network; the final episode was aired on June 4, 2010. Diamond now appears as a contributor on other Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network. Diamond has a fan following on Facebook.

In 2008, she married Brett Edward Diamond in a Roman Catholic ceremony; she changed her last name from Gomez to Diamond.[2] She was born in San Jose, California and currently lives in New Jersey.


  1. ^ Weprin, Alex (10 June 2011). "Rebecca Diamond Leaves Fox News and FBN, Plans to Start Web Venture?". Media Bistro. Retrieved 6 August 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c New York Times: "Rebecca Gomez, Brett Diamond" October 11, 2008

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