TONIGHT on WDW News Tonight (11/14/19): Our Craziest Disney Parks Stories, The Math Game, Bad Orlando Billboards, and More!

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Tonight! It’s WDW News Tonight, now with a live audience from our new studio on I-Drive in Orlando (tickets available here)! Join us at 9PM ET for a review of the week’s news, WDWNT: The Math Game, crazy Disney Parks stories, and more!

The show can be watched live at on your computer or mobile device (but it is also available on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube). You can also use WDWNT: The App to watch and chat along. The show also utilizes a live chat and the ability to call-in to interact with the show.

Hosted by Tom Corless and Nick LoCicero, WDW News Tonight is a live, weekly audio and video program that 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.

Coming up on this week’s show:

  • A recap of the latest Disney Parks news (with a WDWNT comedic twist)
  • A discussion of our craziest Disney Parks stories
  • We play WDWNT: The Math Game for fabulous prizes
  • Bad Orlando Billboards
  • And more!

We hope that you will tune in tonight at 9PM ET for WDW News Tonight!

If you missed our last show, you can watch it here:

About the author

Tom Corless

Tom has been regularly visiting the Walt Disney World® Resort from the time he was 4 months old. While he has made countless visits in the last 28 years, he did not become a truly active member in the Disney fan community until the summer of 2007, when he decided to launch the WDW News Today website and podcast. Tom has since become an Orlando-local and is a published author on Walt Disney World.
Contact Tom at [email protected]

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