When two talented, sparkling and wonderful creative come together, its such a happy and possibility-filled moment. And we have such a moment upon us…..DC’s CHRIS CICATELLI is heading to Houston to work with DALE LOCKETT and his team at Gannett’s KHOU. Chris has been in DC quite some time, even has his degree from University of Maryland at College Park. He’s been on-air and behind the scenes, at one time as CSD at BET and most recently doing creative at ABC affil WJLA. And yes, if you were at the DMV and saw DC On Point, that was his baby and yes, he did a super job on-camera. WJLA’s BONNIE WOOD will definitely miss him when he decamps the capital and heads towards the Bayou. Lovely news….Well Dunne! Chris.
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