The Din0 Morning Show with John Carucci

Listen to The Din0 Morning Show with John Carucci, every weekday morning from 6-10am!

Get to know the show:

John Carucci:

Born and raised in Central New York John grew up listening to classic top 40 giants WTLB, Utica, WABC, New York & WKBW, Buffalo. John became an instant Beatles fan from their first live appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show and till this day still collects Beatles memorabilia. In high school John did morning announcements, school sporting events announcements, hosted a lunch time radio show over the school’s PA system and was an art major. While attending College at MVCC and HCCC John began his radio career as a part time air talent at WRUN Utica/Rome and over an eight year period worked his way to Operations Manager while hosting a highly rated afternoon show. John made the move to the FM side of the dial when WRCK Rock 107, Utica/Rome became one of the first FM Top 40 radio stations in Central New York. In the early eighties John made his move to the Syracuse market as Program Director and afternoon host on WKFM. John made a return to the Utica/Rome market as Program Director- morning host at WUUU U-102 followed by his boyhood dream job Program Director-morning show host on Oldies formatted WTLB. In the summer of 1989 Oldies WSEN-FM 92.1/AM 1050 came calling and John made his move back to Syracuse where he still resides. When John is not on the air he hosts weddings and parties for The Great Music DJ Company. John has worked with many nonprofit organizations including floating a raft up the Oswego River to help build the Ronald McDonald House in Syracuse and has volunteered for several trips to New Orleans to repair and rebuild homes damaged by Hurricane Katrina as a member of Operation Southern Comfort. John is very excited to return to his radio home WSEN The Din0saur at the historic studios in the Inner Harbor to entertain his listeners with the classic top 40 music he grew up to.

CBS 5’s Abbey Buttacavoli:

Abbey comes to us from Northern New York, where she spent two years as a reporter and weekend anchor for WWNY 7News in Watertown. There, she fell in love with the North Country Region while honing her storytelling, video, and editing skills.

Before starting her career in broadcast journalism, Abbey attended SUNY Oswego (Go Lakers!). She majored in broadcast and mass communication with a minor in business administration. During her time in college, she was chosen to be the news director for the college’s award-winning student-run TV station WTOP10. Abbey was also the president of SUNY Oswego’s chapter of the National Broadcast Society, Alpha Epsilon Rho.

Originally from Albany, Abbey found a love for news while watching her local news stations every morning before school.

When she’s not telling a story, you can find her at the gym, watching funny animal videos, and making her grandmother’s homemade meatballs. She loves to attend Syracuse University Football games and she looks forward to exploring more of what Central New York has to offer.

Abbey enjoys meeting people and telling their stories and is extremely excited to be doing the job she loves in an area she now calls home. If you have a story idea or just want to say hi, feel free to contact her through email or one of her social media accounts.

Abbey will keep you up to date with the latest news and information every morning!


Listen at 8:35 on the Dino Morning Show for “The Pet Lady” for “The CNYSPCA Pet of the Day”:

Dr. Cynthia Roundy is the “Pet Lady” for the Din0 Morning Show and provides information on “Pets for Adoption” from multiple shelters in the Syracuse area! She has been a strong advocate for animals all of her life. A long-term employee at Bristol-Myers Squibb in East Syracuse, N.Y. she recently served as the Director of Human Resources at the CNYSPCA on Molloy Road in Syracuse.

Dr. Roundy is an alumni of Syracuse University and is a Professor in the School of Business Management at Colorado Technical University. She has additionally authored several articles in the field Management, Leadership and Ethics.

Dr. Roundy would like you to remember…”Saving 1 animal will not change the world but it will change the world for that one animal!”