Deanna Durante joined NBC10 in 2005 as a general assignment reporter.
Prior to NBC10, she was a reporter and weekend anchor at WITI-TV in Milwaukee, Wis. She also worked as an anchor and reporter at KARK-TV in Little Rock, Ark. While there she earned several awards for journalistic excellence including Best Feature (Arkansas Associated Press) and Best Newscast (Associated Press Award). Durante began her television career as an anchor and reporter at KHAS-TV in Hastings, Neb.
A native of Conshohocken, Pa., Durante graduated from Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School where she was a news reporter for the school districts station, Colonial Instructional Television (CITV) during her freshman year. It was during high school that Durante realized she was destined to be a television news reporter.
Durante earned her degree in broadcast journalism from Syracuse University. Her hobbies include running and biking. She also enjoys designing glass Christmas ornaments which she donates to a variety of charities. While working in Wisconsin, Durante volunteered with the Humane Society and Gilda’s Club. Durante and her husband live in the Philadelphia area.