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John Kiesewetter on the world of local and national TV

Senior Entertainment Reporter John Kiesewetter has been covering TV and media issues for 20 years. After joining the Cincinnati Enquirer in 1975 as a summer intern, he worked as a county government and suburban reporter; assistant city editor and suburban editor; and features editor supervising the Life section. He has a B.S. in journalism from Ohio University.

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Friday, March 02, 2007

Pete Delkus Update

Been wondering what Pete Delkus has been up to at WFAA-TV in Dallas? Well, here's a clip from the the "Delkus Cam" of Pete working hard in the WFAA weather center from Gordon Keith's new Dallas TV comedy show.
Search "Delkus Cam" in the upper left corner.


at 3/02/2007 9:11 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks a little paunchier, grayer and a little less hair. Life must be good in Dallas...

at 3/02/2007 10:43 AM Blogger MEA Media said...

I was in Dallas last week. I saw him doing the weather on the TV in my hotel room. He's a solid meteorologist and they're lucky to have him.

at 3/02/2007 1:48 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good to hear that Pete is doing well, but I sure do miss him. Steve Raleigh just doesnt cut it.
Also, last week, channel 12 was celebrating the anniversary of its Saturday show, but I still dont know Gil the weatherman's last name!
from the neighborhood

at 3/02/2007 5:01 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kiese -

Listening to Burbank today, he made mention (could have been joking) that he is outta here (ie. WLW) at year end. I know he has mentioned retirement in the past. Is this the unfortunate year it happens? If so, who is in the pipeline to do PM drive on WLW? Not Sloan I hope!

at 3/03/2007 8:30 PM Blogger BrianDammit said...

If I gave a crap about Pete Delkus, I'd move to Dallas.

at 3/04/2007 10:40 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who is this guy?

at 3/05/2007 3:05 PM Anonymous Alan said...

Why blog about this guy? He's history. I didn't care for him back when he was at 9. But then again, he's still better than his replacement.
Why not do something on how the media as a whole is changing with viewer habits. With the internet, Podcasts, and now Time Warner Cable on you cell phone what's next? How long until television stations start charging a subscription fee for web site access? Missed a newscast no problem just download it on ITunes to your computer or put it on your Ipod. I'm anxious to see what changes are on the horizon. Finally with all the tv stations doing such extensive coverage of the Liz Caroll trial, live webvideo and all that, who had the most web viewers? Why not do something looking forward as opposed to looking back. Thanks!

at 3/09/2007 3:51 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speaking of former Cincinnati weathermen...I heard Jim O'brien has been hired by FOX 59 in Indianapolis.

at 3/13/2007 10:09 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

what happened to wxix weatherman rich apuzo? can't get any info from the station. thought he was the most interesting for the station.

at 3/13/2007 11:45 AM Blogger John Kiesewetter said...

Rich Apuzzo was fired by Ch 19 in early October. His contract requires him to wait 6 months -- until early April -- to work on TV in this city. He has been doing some fill-in work in Dayton, and videostreams a forecast from his websites, or

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