VIDEO: Pixar Pier, Magic Kingdom Dining, The Map Game and More on WDW News Tonight

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Last week on WDW News Tonight…

    • Pixar Pier is coming… yup
    • WDW gets an “Official Protective Case”
    • More Italian is coming to Springs
    • We begin our WDW Dining Location Rankings with The Magic Kingdom
    • “The Wonderful World of Psychotic Comments presented by The WDWNT Inner Globe Society
    • We play WDWNT: The Map Game for great Disney themed prizes

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Hosted by radio veterans and life-long Disney fans Tom Corless and Nick LoCicero, WDW News Tonight is a live, weekly, audio and video program presented on 105.5 FM, 660 AM, and AM 1520 WBZW in Orlando, Florida, as well as online at WDWNewsTonight.com every Wednesday from 9-11pm EST. The show covers the Walt Disney World Resort and other Disney news. The show combines the latest headlines, comedy, trending vacation topics, call in games, and in-depth discussions to bring Disney fans a one-of-a-kind 2-hour program covering the Disney Parks. While the show is being live-streamed in both audio and video, listeners and viewers also interact via a live chat online. The show is also available on demand as an audio download, online audio stream and can be watched live or recorded on YouTube.

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Nick LoCicero

Nick LoCicero has over a decade experience in the Orlando radio market. He has worked on numerous Disney related media projects and currently co-hosts WDW News Tonight. He has been visiting Walt Disney World since 1982. After moving to Orlando in the late 90’s he became a passholder, developed a fascination with the history of the attractions and has spent way too much money on theme park merchandise.

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