Looks live we’ve lost our Cincinnality for good. Radio/TV host Dean Miuccio, who created/produced/co-hosted the short-lived “Cincinnality” TV variety show, signs off Cincinnati radio today.
He has been working as a WLW-AM (700) newsman since he shut down “Cincinnality” in late February. His last shift is 2-10 p.m. today on the Clear Channel station.
On Friday and Saturday, he’s holding a huge moving sale at his Liberty Township home (7:30 am-1:30 pm). His Facebook post says he’s selling “furniture, electronics, CDs, DVDs, kitchen misc., bicycles, toys, and so much more.”
Then he heads to South Florida, to work for the Miami Media School. He says he’ll be “doing a little bit of everything my experience in radio/TV/video production,” including helping place graduates in jobs, finding active students internships and doing some teaching. He’ll also talking to Clear Channel about opportunities at WIOD-AM, Miami’s big news/talk station.
A New York native, Miuccio was moved here in 2002 to do mornings for WARM98 from doing radio/TV in Orlando. His morning show with Randi Douglas was named one of the six top adult contemporary teams by Radio & Records in 2006.
After he was fired in 2010 budget cut, he ran a production studio and started putting together the “Cincinnality” TV variety show. It was tested on Fox 19 for a week in September 2011, but took another nine more months to resume production — as a weekly show– on Fox 19. He pulled the plug on it nine months later.
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