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EILEEN DOUGLAS most recently worked as a correspondent on the nationally televised show "ABC-TV's Lifetime Magazine." Before that she spent 17 years at New York City’s all-news WINS Radio. First an editor/writer, and reporter, she served as the midday anchor for ten years, from 1983 to 1993. During her early years at WINS Radio, she also worked as a weekend reporter for Channel 5 WNEW-TV, and as a news anchor for the ABC Radio network.

Before moving to New York in 1975, she spent six years at WKLO Radio in Louisville, Kentucky, first as an anchor/reporter, and then as one of the country’s first women news directors. While in Louisville, she was also co-host and producer of “NOW,” a weekly television show on CBS’s WHAS-TV.

She began her career in her hometown Syracuse, New York in 1968 as a reporter for the ABC television station, Channel 9 WNYS, followed by work as a reporter for the Herald-Journal newspaper.

Author of two books, “Rachel and the Upside Down Heart,” for children about a little girl whose father dies, and “Eileen Douglas’ New York Inflation Fighter’s Guide,” she is a member of New York Women in Film and Television and is listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Women, and Who’s Who in Media and Communication.

As a partner in Douglas/ Steinman Productions, she currently is at work with Ron Steinman on a number of book and documentary projects. And she has created Dancing Magic Heart Books as a division of Douglas/Steinman Productions to publish and animate the renewed edition of “Rachel and the Upside Down Heart,” as well as her other children’s stories.