DeWitt (WSYR-TV) – Some of the best known personalities and architects of television in Central New York will gather to celebrate a book about the medium’s history in the region.
Christie Casciano, Tim Fox, and Lou Gulino will be on hand at Barnes & Noble on Erie Boulevard in DeWitt on Saturday at 1 p.m. to sign copies of their new book “Syracuse Television.”
A veteran anchor and reporter, Casciano is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and an accomplished children's book author.
Fox is a longtime reporter and producer who developed the morning show Bridge Street.
Gulino has more than 30 years experience in the Syracuse market, working at one time or another at WTVH, WSTM, and WSYR.
The trio culled images from the Onondaga Historical Society, most local stations, newspaper archives, and personal collections of photographs.
The authors will be joined by numerous legends of Central New York television including Mike Price, Rod Wood, Carrie Lazarus, Dan Pluff, Liz Ayers, Ron Lombard, Doug Logan, Ron Curtis Jr., Bill Carey, and Dennis Calkins (Baron Daemon’s sidekick “Very Harry”).